Warmth

One of the things I love about our new house is our living room/mancave.  We no longer have a formal living room, but instead have an open floor plan with a “great room” (we never call it that)- where we sit by the fire in the evening and watch TV.  It’s designed for comfort and warmth, with recliner couches, a fireplace with a gas log, and a TV. I have added flowers and some decorative touches to dilute its mancave-ness; it suits me as well as the male members of the family.

This photo shows my gerberas in front of a lantern (with a battery operated candle in case of power outages). You can see fireplace bokeh in the background.

25Jan2014-1699-EditTextured with ecru by Kim Klassen.

2 responses

  1. Beautiful and warm Melinda! I like how you adjust to the gathering room for the men in your family.

    January 28, 2014 at 8:09 am

  2. Lovely! Warm and inviting – and those flowers are so cheery too! Lovely texture work too!

    January 28, 2014 at 9:19 am

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