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Monday, March 1, 2010

Timeless Tuesday ~ Five

Welcome to Timeless Tuesday ~ Five. Today, the classic I would like to bring to the party is trees. Trees?! Yes, trees. We all know the beauty of trees, the benefits to our environment, providing shade on the warm day.... What about is interior design though? We have branches and trunks literally pulled into designs... Gorgeous!

Mariette Himes Gomez published in Architectural Digest

And we have them represented in many other ways. Here's just a few...

Anne Tarasoff and Gail Tarasoff-Sutton published in Elle Decor

The painted mural.

Published in Elle Decor


Amy Lau working with artist, Jo Lynn Alcorn, and wallpaper company, Maya Romanoff,; published in Elle Decor

Three dimensional mixed material.

SkB Architects of Seattle and Jo Braun published in Elle Décor

And mosaic repurposed mirror.

Trees are timeless. They are naturally soothing and have wonderful shape and form that add interest and dimension to almost any space. We have just seen examples of a living room, a stairway, a dining room, and a bath. Different spaces; different perspectives and materials. And all the simple, elegant, classic tree.

Now it's your turn to show off your classic self ~

1) Add your permalink below ~ not your blog's address in general but the specific post you want people to visit. To obtain the actual post link, click on the title of your post once you have published it and copy and paste the URL into Mister Linky.

2) Leave your name and say a couple of words to describe your post (e.g. "Coco Chanel suits" or "Classic interior design for children" or "Delicious meals in a snap."

3) Copy and paste the Timeless Tuesday logo button (on my right sidebar) to your Timeless Tuesday posts. This is a sure way for your readers to know you have joined in the party.

4) Link back to the host blog, that's me ~ Paula Grace Designs Blogspot Timeless Tuesday ~ so all the bloggers that joined the party will receive many interested visitors.


  1. Paula!! I love the bath! The mirrored mosaic is stunning...and I am sure expensive! I really love this...and I am kind of picky about bath design:) These are beautiful pix. Ok, so trees...how about this...am doing extra large master bath and we are doing tiles that have irridescent trees sort of as an image over the tile....sounds weird but is gorgeous..am meeting with them tomorrow and want them to wrap the corner with the same tiles...48" long by 24" wide..the tub will set freestanding in front of the trees on the tile. You have to see it to believe it. Very modern but I love it!! We are simpatico!

  2. Love these images! I added my post here as you suggested. Will do steps 3 and 4 tomorrow. Thanks!

  3. Oh I messed up - did it twice. Remove the 1st one please. Thanks! I'm new to all this.

  4. Honestly Vanessa, you did not mess up. It just takes doing it a few times to get the hang of it. Plus, the folks I would like here ARE new to this. I appreciate your link!
    Paula Grace ~


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