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Let’s face it: decisions are difficult. When it comes to decorating, it can make the best of us come to a standstill. Knowing you have to (literally) live with the choices you make can be intimidating. Thankfully, there are chic solutions that you can easily switch upon a whim, making decor one less decision to [...]

6 Chic Decorating Ideas for the Indecisive

Let’s face it: decisions are difficult. When it comes to decorating, it can make the best of us come to a standstill. Knowing you have to (literally) live with the choices you make can be intimidating. Thankfully, there are chic solutions that you can easily switch upon a whim, making decor one less decision to [...]

heaveninawildflower:  Textile (late 18th century) block printed. Cooper–Hewitt, National Design Museum rwHQQKTKU8Jihg at Google Cultural Ins...

heaveninawildflower: Textile (late 18th century) block printed. Cooper–Hewitt, National Design Museum rwHQQKTKU8Jihg at Google Cultural Ins...

GOD IS SIMPLY AMAZING!  Look at this...  Banksia coccinea, Western Australia  The Scarlet Banksia can still be found in a few nature reserves and national parks in the SW of Australia. It flowers in spring.   It is to a minor extent grown for cut flowers, too. Asians reportedly refuse to believe that the flowers are real and examine them to find out how they have been made.   The numerous honey-eaters, parrots and other birds of the region find banksia flowers a very attractive source of…

GOD IS SIMPLY AMAZING! Look at this... Banksia coccinea, Western Australia The Scarlet Banksia can still be found in a few nature reserves and national parks in the SW of Australia. It flowers in spring. It is to a minor extent grown for cut flowers, too. Asians reportedly refuse to believe that the flowers are real and examine them to find out how they have been made. The numerous honey-eaters, parrots and other birds of the region find banksia flowers a very attractive source of…

Su Di Bridge on West Lake (HANGZHOU, CHINA).  The Lotus flowers in the foreground are part of the Quyuan Garden, which features more than 200 species of lotus flowers growing in five ponds.

Su Di Bridge on West Lake (HANGZHOU, CHINA). The Lotus flowers in the foreground are part of the Quyuan Garden, which features more than 200 species of lotus flowers growing in five ponds.

thebookfarer:  “They were all Turcomans, the ladies in red chintz covered with flowers, the men in plain red or more rarely in gorgeous multi-coloured silks woven lightning zigzags.”- Robert Byron in The Road to Oxiana

thebookfarer: “They were all Turcomans, the ladies in red chintz covered with flowers, the men in plain red or more rarely in gorgeous multi-coloured silks woven lightning zigzags.”- Robert Byron in The Road to Oxiana

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