All I had to do was turn the corner in my living room to find some pink and black.
We can take a closer look.
While on a shopping adventure in a vintage store, I found this print. Actually, after I posted my shopping adventure, Suzanne mentioned in a comment that "this was wrapping paper" and I thought "I think I have seen that print before" so I looked in my stash under my bed and guess what I found. I had this print all along. That confirmed I must really like this map of Paris. I have read "Paris is the most romantic city". I don't know about that but maybe some day I can check it out.
When I showed this print to Mr. VH he wasn't impressed. He said the frame was not good so he set out to put it under glass and square-up the frame. He, also, painted it black for me.
The metamorphosis was complete.
If you want to Romance your home....Inspiration is found everywhere you turn.
From the same shopping adventure, I came home with this black Underwood typewriter. The unique part that made my heart beat faster was the fact that it had a "pink" key.
If you take a closer look, the key on the top right is "pink". It is on a teeter-totter mechanism with a black key. It seems these keys were used to change the colors on the ribbon because it shifts the ribbon up and down. I guess I'm really aging myself because I remember typing on machines that did that.
If you would like to check out the post of this fun shopping adventure click here on Rock-a-Billy Adventure.
More romantic detailing with this pair of pink birds.
Notice the author's name on book....Byrd.
I don't know if you noticed, but the photos in this picture frame change.
There are so many fun ideas for decorating your home.
I just love watching my three grandsons have fun.
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Romancing your Home
Be inspired by visiting these following links I've joined:
Show and Tell Friday at My Romantic Home
Junkin' Finds Friday at Al a Carte
Inspiration Friday at At the Picket Fence
Pink Saturday at How Sweet the SoundMetamorphosis Monday at Between Naps on the Porch