What's behind this old turquoise door? Use your imagination. It could be anything. But chances are its magical. A great addition to any white wall! I had the opportunity to visit New Orleans and tour the French Quarter. Such a beautiful city. I am offering this as an 16x20 fine art photograph. $75.00
turquoise shutters..new orleans
the candy colors of harbour island... - Oh Joy!
Table is painted in CeCe Caldwell's Santa Fe Turquoise then Distressed and Glazed in a Deep Whiskey Hue. Santa Fe Turquoise Table
Santa Fe Turquoise Table
"Timeworn and Sophisticated: Timeworn mixed with glam is another popular approach to cottage style. The easygoing nature is achieved by mixing and matching flea market finds with pretty new pieces and repurposing old relics in creative new ways. "
Antiques & Shabby French Decor to Romance your Home and Garden .
Beautiful blue ocean and sandy beaches photograph on a room divider screen
Palm Folding Screen: Daniel Grant and Ingela Noren: Wood Folding Screen - Artful Home
Folding screen headboard. I've found a lovely old bamboo screen that apparently came from the old Hong Kong Yacht Club. Now I have to decide on a colour for my daughter's room...
Photo Gallery: Boldly Painted Furniture
Personalised folding screen, various sizes available From £249
French Door Room Divider
MARTHA MOMENTS: French-Door Room Divider
Old salvaged windows have seen many re-uses over the years, but this is a personal favorite. Indoors or out, in a retro loft or a coastal cottage, it adds an element of the unexpected to a space that needs a little definition without sacrificing any light... I spotted this old window porch divider on a quaint little street in Annapolis.
Find Shutters....Paint them....Instant Card Display...would also make a really cute room divider!
Where the Grass is Greener...: Shutter Island - Any Ideas?
She shows how she got this aged look and created shutters out of louver closet doors. The big trick I never knew about was staining the piece and then using vaseline on the areas you didn't want the paint to hide. DUH!