Hello Simply Neutral Tuesday'ers!!
Here's number 4 already!
Gosh, time flies when you're having fun... I've been too busy this week playing with paints and almost forgot this week's party!
My share of neutrals this week is all about beautiful doors.
Like the wooden one above somewhere in a village in the Provence, France.
(Can't remember where but it's close to my dad's home.)
A detail of a door of the cathedral of Canterbury, UK, above.
A small door of castle De Haar in the Netherlands.
And a detail of it.
And a detail of the main entrance door of that same castle.
Features of last week
Again you had linked up so many beautiful things.
Thank you so much, it's really a fun party because of you!
Here's what I chose this week.
First of all this beautiful collage of Nancy of Sugar Lump Studios.
I'm really happy to see her creating again
after what she went through last year.
I had to choose Shane's photos again (of Roses Lace and Brocante),
because she shared with us this gorgeous little town in France.
And since I said last week that I wished for variety,
I decided to feature just one piece of art this week
(which was not an easy decision by the way,
because of the stunning art work that you had linked up!).
But actually these houses are a piece of art in themselves.
And I loved this quote on Di's post:
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And now on to this week's party!
Simply Neutrals Tuesday #4
What neutral coloured beauty did you find or make or buy or receive?
Post anything in neutral colours,
be it cream, white, grey, beige, silver and/or brown.
A creation you made or received, home decoration, a statue or architecture, or anything out there that you were allowed to take a photo of.
You have till Monday 5th 12:00 daytime CET to link up.