Wednesday Wantings & GIVEAWAY!!

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Today I am wanting a beautiful Kitchen, just like this because I am sick of looking at our 70’s wooden doors in the one we have now.

via the vintage rose
somewhere I could have my lovely white ironstone pieces out with pride, and possibly with a work wooden counter like this table top…

Tim Irving
…somewhere I could hang prints like these in…

This one of a Metro sign in Paris.
Tim Irving
…or this one called “Ripe Red”, which would amazing with a huge white mount board around it…

Tim Irving

…or this one called “View Of Paris”. All of these prints are from the very talented Tim Irving, and have been shot with an antique camera lens to give the appearance of an old photo. I love them and their ageless appeal…and by leaving a comment this week, you can WIN TWO OF TIM’S PRINTS!!! and he will ship to any where in the world…yay!
I hope you all have fun working out what two you will pick if you win. It will be drawn on Friday.
Good luck,
Ness xx

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  • ooOOooo that rumply linen on that rustic table made my heart race – so did that View of Paris photo!! Ahhhhhh!
    xo Isa

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  • Those latest pics of Tim’s are even more divine. Thank you for introducing him. xo

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  • love the Paris Metro sign one!!!!

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  • Those cherries are too cute to eat

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  • Don’t you just love the simplicity of ironstone?
    Tim’s artwork is beautiful. I think they would all look wonderful in your home.
    Happy wednesday, Ness.

    xo
    Brooke

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  • I love the cherries print!

    Leeann x

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  • Seeing these prints are making me long to return to Paris! xx

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  • The cherries print is absolutely lovely:).
    Thank you for another chance to win your give-away!

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  • I love the white ironstone! His prints are beautiful. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  • I would be difficult to pick just two, I see about 20 I want!

    Tired of those old wooden doors? Why not paint them?

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  • I am LOVING the cherries! He is so talented!

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  • ooohh such a wonderful giveaway! those cherries are beautiful! xo

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  • I so love that kitchen. It is beautiful. Please add my name to your giveaway.
    Smiles,

    Carol Casey
    jcdas@msn.com

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  • Love the cherries! It would be very hard to pick.

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  • I love all white kitchens. We currently have mahogany in the house we just sold and it is beautiful, but I will go with white in my next kitchen for sure!

    I would love to be entered in the wonderful giveaway! Thank you for the opportunity.

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  • Thanks for the pretty kitchen pics!

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  • what a great giveaway from a great blog! thanks!

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  • Ness~
    I want that kitchen too! Love the photos!
    xx’s

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  • I lovee that “view of Paris” picture! It is so beautiful!

    Thanks

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  • Yummy cherries! Tim Irving is a brilliant photographer – keeping my fingers crossed to win!

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  • What a talented photographer!

    LOVE the paris Metro sign.

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  • the metro sign, the cherries – i love the dusty reds of each…if you look at photos of my apartment in my blog, you’ll see little bits of paris here and there…there is never too much paris.

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  • Gorgeous artwork ~ I would love to be entered in your giveaway ~ Thank you.

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  • Oh, I love the one of Paris…it’s almost like being there!

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  • So glad I discovered your blog recently. I am in a major “change everything in my house” mood and you are a great source of ideas. Tim’s prints would find a place in my plans for sure.

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  • Love, love, love the cherries on the green table! enter me again please!

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  • I still love the one of The Eiffel Tower. I also went and checked out The Vintage Rose…what gorgeous things she has in her shop…I don’t suppose she ships to the U.K. does she ?

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  • There is something so fresh and divine about a white kitchen!

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  • have lots of empty walls for these gorgeous prints, oh my but who could pick……………

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  • I especially love the photo of the set table…lovely. Mr. Irving is takes great photos and what a clever idea to use the old lens!
    marcie

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  • Count me in for the draw! Tim contacted me about a giveaway but then I never heard from him again. Oh well, this way maybe I get a chance to WIN!!

    xo Terri

    P.S. I agree – a fresh kitchen would be wonderful, wouldn’t it?!

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  • Love that HUGE island! The whole kitchen is awesome.

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  • Paris! Paris!! I love them all! Tim is a genius! Let’s hope the giveaway gods are on my side…

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  • pretty
    KawaiiNeko2008 at aol dot com

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  • They are very beautiful – great giveaway.

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  • My ex husband would simply love the yellow jersy photo.

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  • wow!! even better views of Paris- & those cherries… how cheery! here’s hoping

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  • Ness, all it takes is a can of paint and the sky is the limit!! I love all these prints! I won’t win because I never could be so lucky, but also because I could never make up my mind!!! Thanks for the inspiring pics! xxx kim

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  • i love the vintage color quality of these prints! so pretty!

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  • The prints are just gorgeous, aren’t they?? and I love the tones of grey and white with wellworn surfaces – just think of all the people who have sat around that grey table – and the story of their lives!!

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  • I never saw the Metro sign photo til just now, but recently took a photo of a similar sign while in Paris, however Tim’s is superior…I just recently did a post called Signs of Paris… Anyhow I am a big fan of Tim’s work…have some photos on my wish list

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  • I love the look of the white ironstone on the weathered table
    Tim’s photos are sensational
    Alison

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  • At the moment I’m living in a very uninspiring rented property in Japan that I’m trying my best to inject some of my personality into.I check out your blog daily for both inspiration and relaxation. Thanks for a wonderful blog!
    mdoveton_globalathotmaildotcom

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  • I love the teal color behind the cherries! Gorgeous!
    Terry in Milwaukee
    tczarnecki@crabel.com

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  • I love the metro!

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  • Oh, these pictures are sinply divine! Thank you for telling us about Tim!

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  • Paris Metro for me.

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  • I love his watery vision but must admit I’m mad for the cherries!!!

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  • The cherries print is so great! The colors are beautiful and they look tasty!!

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  • Ooo, what perfect timing and inspiration! I am slowly but surely saving for my air fare to Paris next year 🙂

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