The flowers have completely invaded our ninth decorative week. Marta has used them to make a decoupage on this little table, inherited from an aunt, who had a broken leg and many hands of white paint. He has also used them to give another opportunity to an old-fashioned kitchen cabinet that now, as we can see in his blog, looks in the hall.
Rosina has painted her oil hydrangeas on a rubber bucket, of which they are used to mix mortar in the works, which she found lying on a road. Now it has become a flower pot That has turned out to be the star of the garden.
Démo has found a paper with black flowers, even at the bottom of his blog template. So he has decided that he will cover the bottom of the shelves of his new house. Luckily, after so much exuberance, in is-architecture they return us to the purity of lines with La Casa Equis, a Barclay & Crousse project. It is a detached house by the sea, in Cañete (Peru), which was projected from a prism to which parts were removed in order for the house to adapt to the topography of the land. In that process, decisions were taken that led to spectacular solutions, such as hanging pool Over the sea on the first floor.
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