Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Design Lesson






Do you know what it is yet?



Still guessing?



"A simple grouping of anything, is interesting to look at."



30 comments:

  1. They move our eye, they catch our attention.

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  2. True...I like the last one best...come say hi :D

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  3. Sometimes more is more!

    Love no 2.

    xCharlotta

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  4. Oh I so agree. All of the pics are just wonderful. I really like the simplicity of them and they all look so elegant. Hugs, Marty

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  5. I agree! Of course, l love the deer antlers!

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  6. Oh yes! Multiples...they always look so good. Love the room with the series of botanicals!!!

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  7. Ooh, you are so right. Groupings always make things more important looking.

    Great post.

    hugs
    Sissie

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  8. Great post, simple, concise and oh so right!!

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  9. oh, so glad to have found YOU! you had me at that first image. now I'm a follower. hello, new friend...

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  10. I am lovin' the collection of...anything..:-) A collection is a clue to who the owner is...inside info on personality. Love that!

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  11. Well I think I am good in the groupings category, I have a group here and group there, here a group there a group, you get the gist:)!~ Nice pictorials though, you always have the best pics to share!~

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  12. I was thinking that too much of anything is too much
    As in the horns... : )

    Having a giveaway please stop over!!

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  13. I like this post!
    God bless,
    d

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  14. As usual, I am here catching up on all of your posts! WONDERFUL as usual! I love the kitchens that you showed and the three mannequins in the first pic.

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  15. Gorgeous! I also noticed that each grouping was done in an odd number such as 3, 5, or even 21 which I think adds to the appeal of the grouping. ~Lili

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  16. LOVE the rug in the first photo!

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  17. Odd numbers work for me too...love the dress forms.

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  18. masses ... of class
    love love the body forms ...

    this has always been my mantra ... lots of good stuff massed correctly

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  19. Yes!
    I agree.
    I really loved your blog...
    Will come back!
    ;o)

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  20. Yep! I guessed it right. With so many collections that I have, I like grouping also.....Christine

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  21. How on earth have I not found your blog sooner! Love it! I love the mirrors in the stairwell! LaurieAnna

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  22. ooh...just discovered your blog...love it to bits!

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  23. wow, how timely! I'm just now working on turning the vestibule that leads to our bedroom into a little photo gallery. I'll need another slice of time next weekend to make more progress, but I think my humble results could be considered among these examples. :) thanks again for keeping me encouraged!

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  24. Good morning teacher, I am pretty dumb today. You are right, I used to think if you had many pieces that were somewhat the same that you should scatter them all over the room. But i can see what you are saying, I wonder what I need to change, I will go and take a look. (But I must say I really dislike the bleached antlers.)

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  25. I am playing catch-up with my favorite bloggers this morning ... your post has pushed me over the edge!!! I just want to clear everything from my home (including light fixtures & flooring) and begin anew! See what you have done, little Missy????

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  26. Hi Vicky,
    Wall groupings are the best! I'm thinking more and more I want to do one with beautiful mirrors. Also my mother always taught me if you have a bunch of "clutter" displayed on a table, just put it all on a tray. It gives everything a puropse and makes it a grouping. All of your posts are so fun.
    Kelly

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  27. I love groupings and the top photo is just wonderful!

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