Wednesday, August 2, 2017

It's good to be home

We're home and slowly settling back to normal programming :) I'll be back blogging regularly with lots of painted furniture and tutorials. I've got some great things to share and also still a few posts from the end of our trip. 

In the meantime here's some photos of the house. It's been lovely coming back, being here in our nice cosy home and catching up with friends. 

Lots of blue and white: my favourite combination. And a new little Gail McCormark painting. Love her work.

Believe it or not, I still have lots of little projects to do around the house. The house itself is finished but I haven't got all the furniture looking how I want and still have some empty walls for art. As you all know, it's an ongoing process isn't it. I prefer a slowly gathered, curated home that evolves over time even if it means you always have a to do list in the back of your mind. 

Have a lovely day. I'm off to Jonty's class room for Education week. Last year of primary school. The years are flying by quickly.

Fiona xx


  1. Welcome home! I always feel like I need a vacation from the vacation once I am home again! Looking forward to future posts from you!

  2. Wow. This one is the perfect art design and I believe that using it, we can easily make our indoor more impressive look. Thanks for sharing it.

  3. Dear girl,
    What an inspiration you are. I'm glad you're home too, even though I've moved to Melbourne (terribly homesick at the moment but it will pass).

  4. Lovely home, love the colour palette you use, so restful and calm, I want to copy, blue and white my favourite combo too.

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