Tuesday, May 8, 2012

The New Bit Of Lovely In My Home!


When I posted the newly painted birdcage, bringing in a happy pop of color, 
I hinted another little bit of prettiness was on its way to my home.


After interviewing Lulie Wallace for the House of Fifty story, and working with her on the painting for the cover, I just couldn't get her work out of my mind. So, I treated myself to a favorite piece spied at her shop.


I'm not sure it will remain in this spot, and I need to figure out a frame...


But oh, what a delicious bit of happiness I know I'll enjoy for years to come!!



25 comments :

  1. Fabulous. I was at a dinner party last weekend singing the praises of original artwork. Makes such a difference in a room I think and as you said, you can enjoy for a lifetime :)

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  2. I am loving this! So gorgeous. Brings just the perfect amount of color and playfulness to any space!

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  3. Love how your buffet looks, Janell! That birdcage is just wonderful in that color!

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  4. Look how the color of your pillow ties into your new painting. Gorgeous!

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  5. I have admired Lulie's work for some time and was delighted to see your feature in HOF. What a lovely piece, this is a beautiful treat. Congrats on your anniversary, loved your hubby's tribute!

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  6. Lovely artwork! Congrats on a wonderful issue!

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  7. Very pretty , the painting and the birdcage !

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  8. Oh how I ADORE Lulie Wallace- your painting is divine!!!

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  9. Beautiful...love it! like having fresh flowers in your room every day...and you deserve the "treat"!

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  10. She is amazing and I love it! Great anniversary gift for you!

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  11. wow, lucky you! It is a delicious piece of happiness! It looks great on those gray walls. It makes you happy just looking at it!
    Nancy
    Powellbrowerhome.com

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  12. I am in love with that blue chair! I've got my eye's peeled for one with a similar shape that I could recover/paint. Love, love, love you're design style!

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  13. Oh I love it. Lulie is a friend of mine and is just as cheery as her art!

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  14. What beautiful colours in that painting! It looks particularly gorgeous above the chair and cushion with the little peek of the flowers. Paula x

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  15. So glad you bought one! I was enamored of your house of fifty cover, she's been a favorite of mine...just gotta save my pennies and get my own!

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  16. Yes, I struggled with hitting that "buy" button, but delighted I did! Something I'll treasure more and longer than a handbag or other item I could wish for! :)

    Janell

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  17. It's beautiful! I could not stop looking at her artwork in the new issue - which by the way is fab! Congrats on the one year mark - you should be very proud!

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  18. That is really beautiful. I love all the colors and you can pull so much from it.

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  19. L O V E! I loved these in the new issue and I adore it in your home. I think it'll make you happy at every glance.

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  20. Janell...I started reading the new issue of HOV last night. The cover is amazing and her artwork is so dang gorgeous I can't stand it! Lucky you :)

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  21. Oh how beautiful! I loved that painting on the cover of HOF and am so glad you treated yourself to it! You deserve it Janell. It looks beautiful where you have it hanging...perfect with your chair and pillow.

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  22. The artwork is very gorgeous! Love the bright and cheery colors!

    Jessie
    www.mixandchic.com

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  23. What a fantastic painting! I'm a painter and frame all of my paintings. I would recommend a floating frame so that you can see the painting from "edge to edge." Traditional frames have a rabbit which can hide from 1/4 to 1/2" of the circumference of your painting.

    Best,
    Ann

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