Monday, May 08, 2006

Vancouver Digs

Will I grow whiskers living in such a masculine space?

The living room


Looking the other way

The kitchen

Stairs to the deck

10 comments:

Tatt22dGoddess said...

Well my friend thats class and in one of my fave cities in the world...the city brings back romantic memories for me...beautiful! ((Big Hugs))
Sharon

Deborah said...

Thanks Sharon! I'm not sure how romantic this city will be for me...but I'm open for it!

Amie said...

That IS a great space.. Let's see, 3 stools at the breakfast bar, that means you could have 4 or 5 art projects going at one time! Good luck with the work stuff! ;-)
Amie

neilornstein said...

What great digs!

Andrea at Lochthyme said...

Wow! That's a great looking space! I actually like the look of it...so uncluttered..unlike my house. :0 Andrea in MA :)

Caty said...

I used to live in Vancouver for 8 years Tell me if you need information aout the city. I know the best sushi restaurant there and where it is the best small mystery book's library and B.C. is Nicks Bantock's pl

Caty said...

I used to live in Vancouver. Tell me if you need information about the city. I could recommend you the best sushi resturant for example (I love sushi!) B.C. is also Nick Bantock's place! Do you know him?: a writer and illustrator.

Caty said...

sorry I posted my messge twice.....this is the third now then.......

Suzanne said...

Well Deb - it IS stark. But think of it as Japanese instead of masculine! Buy some flowers and a bright bowl of oranges. It can be a canvas for your inate and cool Deb-ness. And what a great view! I hope you are at home enough to enjoy it.

Tongue in Cheek Antiques said...

The space without a few of their details, and a few of your added details will make this place whisk off whiskers and bring in pink powder puffs!
I ilke the structure!