Glass Plates | Ceiling

Photography of interior architecture

There is often much to see when looking up.  Fine architecture and beautiful symmetry aren’t limited to flooring or our eye-level surroundings.

Interior photography is a pleasure to look at, and inspires me to keep my eyes open when out and about the city, whether in a bookstore, library, or shopping mall.

Let’s remember to look up every once in a while, and enjoy what beauty we may find there.

Much Peace and Keep Roamin’

Exterior photograph of a domed roof. Library Interior Ceiling

Upcycled Wall Decor

Upcycled Wall Polka Dots

Wall Flowers Close-up

There’s nothing wrong with paint, to each their own, but when it comes to adding color around the house, I’d rather my decor options were a little more eco-friendly and removable.

Currently one wall is partially decorated with some circles punched from colorful cardboard packaging.  Cardboard and paper packaging with designs and colors we like are everywhere, and probably wrap the things we already buy.  So take a second look at what you toss in the recycling bin.

Held up with just a bit of tape, they’re a great alternative to paint when it comes to adding a little color and design to a wall!

Much Peace and Keep Roamin’

Thrifted Decor Teapot Wall Decor Close-up

Beauty in Surprising Places

Library Interior Ceiling

There is beauty all around us that often goes unnoticed and unappreciated.

Look up.

Look down.

Crutch.

Stand on your toes.

Tilt your head.

What do you see?

Beauty is everywhere, but still manages to surprise us.  Make it a habit to look up.  There are beautiful light fixtures that go unnoticed, incredible geometric patterns to enjoy, all where we never think to look.

Let’s make a habit of looking where we often don’t.  Let’s see the beauty we often overlook, whether it’s under our nose or above our head.

Much Peace and Keep Roamin’