A Dollop Of My Home: Looking up and out

Thank you for sending in your photos for the A Dollop Of My Home series!
I've received lovely contributions that will be showcased every Friday.
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Every time Friday comes around and a post for A Dollop Of My Home is due, I can't believe how the week has flown by! I hope yours has been a good week and that a restful weekend lies ahead!

Today's photos are from Zentrek, a woman of many talents and interests. This first photo is really one after my own heart as I adore large, open bookshelves like this! It is one of her favourite places in her home, and she feels fortunate to have this space for her collection of books that used to be stored in boxes. She gets a happy feeling when she walks into this room and see the wall of books!

The deep brown of the wood with the grain showing is beautiful, and really admire how neatly she has kept the books. Love the mix of horizontal and vertical arrangements. I've already told Roboman that I want a bookshelf like this if we ever move apartments! hee

This next one shows a gorgeous living room view that she enjoys. I would love to live on a high-floor like this, with unblocked views! One can just imagine standing by the window appreciating the surroundings and breezes that come by.

The terrariam, one of the many potted plants in her home, is a lovely touch on the window frame. Like many of us living in an urban environment, she has come to appreciate little pockets of green around the house :)

Thanks Zentrek for sharing! :)

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imp said...

OMG. That view and those books against the wood. I love.

Corsage@A Dollop Of Me said...

I do too. Totally!!

Mum in the Making said...

WOW! Love the bookshelves. Wish ours were as neatly arranged! And that terrarium is so nice too! :)

Corsage@A Dollop Of Me said...

I always wish my home is neat too! But hey, remember this series is about spots in the home we love. We're ALLOWED to have messes elsewhere ;)