Tuesday, July 13, 2010

hello~


thanks for all the great comments and well wishes about the move ~ am happy to say it all went well and smoothly.
the sun coming in, and not having to use heaters during the day is such a positive change! {why can't all houses make use of the natural heat/light etc ~ even just to save the planet . . .}.
my desks are set up in our room ~ you can only imagine my excitement when i realised that my new desk AND my old desk fit in under the window {the hoarder within started to panic about having to get rid of the old one, even tho it's grubby etc!!}.
can't wait to get to work now . . . tomorrow.
hope your week is going well :)

13 comments:

june at noon said...

What a great workspace! I'm a huge fan of having as much sunlight as possible. :)

Aris said...

Oh Belinda It is lovely. I am so happy for you!!!!

anika said...

wow! a wall of windows! that looks like an awesome workplace set up.

paintingpam said...

Yes, to using natural materials and ways to heat and cool.

Beautiful space!

Cathy said...

Big windows and clean white walls- ahhh! Nice little painting on the wall, too. Is that an ashleyg miniature portrait next to it? I really wanted that one! ;)

vadjutka said...

your new room looks great - I love that huge window!

hollie said...

now i am completely envious of your new workspace! the floor os beautiful. you'll have to do a house tour in pictures for us when you get all settled! congratulations!

Ooty said...

How great! Bright and lovely =)

Sarah B. said...

Fantastic! I love houses with a lot of natural light ... makes crafting easier too :)

fleurfatale said...

oooh, indeed these big windows are so important, .... artwork needs that kind of light!

helena / little mo said...

oooooohhh what a different the light is making to all your photos! And I bet your energy and inspiration is renewed!!! Just gorgeous!! xoxoox

inaluxe said...

It's so beautiful - love your extra huge windows/walls! Gorgeous photos too :). kisses and hugs, K

ArtMind said...

Yay for moving into your new home!
It is hard work but also very rewarding! Hope you found yourself a happy home, Belinda! :)

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