wishlist: pebble rug

this is actually a rug!

ecological rugs from Norway. local stockists at Eco Age


wishlist: wall decals & mirrors

maybe because paintings are a bit too overrated and finding the right one can be too hard sometimes, i think i’ll consider wall stickers to make that wall not look too empty.

good ones here:
dawanda cherry blossoms
Vunk Bird song
Vunk Autumn Tree
Supernice Blik Wall Graphics

and this stick on mirrors look really interesting. though i’m filing this just because they look nice. i think they won’t just suit anywhere:

wishlist: coat rack

i think this is one that will forever be in my wishlist. for one, i don’t think we’ll have the space for this. no, it’s not that it’s big, but coat racks usually sits in the hallways where space is a premium, so wall mounted ones will have to do. Another reason is that I don’t think it’s available here. And even if it is, i doubt that i can afford it (or would be willing to spend much for a coat hanger).

but i’ll file this, just because it’s so pretty. maybe i can have one made by a craftsman in manila…

(got the pics from the designboner)

wishlist: colour scheme

i love the calming effects of blue and gray and white. ideal for the bedrooms. (credits: i filed this photo not remembering where i copied it from). but maybe i’ll stick to crisp white linens and gray throws/bedspreads.


still haven’t found the perfect sofa. this is close to ideal (from www.sofasofa.co.uk). only that it should be in leather. i love white. but i am still unsure as to how easy it would be to maintain. maybe dark brown?

i want furniture that lasts. no more ‘this will do for now’. no more beech ikea stuff. (though our ikea stuff were all in very good condition when we sold them after 5 years of use).

hopefully, it will still be credit crunch by the time we get to buy furniture. he he. i can still remember when sofas like these cost more than a grand. sofa prices are always the first to drop when people start tightening their belts.