Wednesday, January 7, 2009

Things I like

Today, I am deep in contemplation. I have this project that I want to get moving on, which involves me shopping on ebay.. blegh. I have a website that I need to begin... I'm trying to put together some sort of "package" for myself and unfortunately, my name isn't the most dynamic as a designer, so I'm looking for something else to use there as well. Blah blah blah, right?

So.. to make my life easier today, I've decided to quickly throw together some images. I'd say that each image encompasses something that I like, something that makes me feel excited, something that I'd like to do myself.. basically a good mix of everything.

We have an EXTREMELY small garden space, but I'd like to work on it when it gets warmer. I'm thinking "mini jungle"... complete with little monkeys.

It's not very often that people can spare this sort of storage space just for shoes.. but I have... let's just say "a lot" of them, and I would love to do this.

I'm a sucker for sinks - specifically the old farm house variety.

Three words:

old. junky. furniture.

endless possibilities!

Images from: desire to inspire. apartment therapy


Dean said...

I agree with regards to the back area. We have an enclosed space, but it is *very* cute in the summer when the sun is blazing down. I really enjoyed sitting out their with a tall glass and my laptop. If you're wanting to put your own stamp out there, then I'd be more than happy!! :D

Mlle said...

Hrmm.. yes, I think our ideas of "cute" differ quite a bit. Be sure that I will be putting my "stamp" out there :P

Di Mackey said...

I like the idea of the monkeys ...

Are you thinking sea monkeys? Perhaps the variety that require much alcohol with friends to become visible?

tabbycat said...

I think it's exciting to choose a new name for yourself. That's such a good way to begin to create an artistic identity. Come up with any good ones yet? I do recommend you keep the "Shannon" - any middle names or maiden names in your family history that could work? How about an artist or a musician you admire? Bob Dylan chose his name from the poet Dylan Thomas. (Bob Dylan's real name is Robert Zimmerman.)