A perfectly ordinary 1950’s semi…

by Florence Meade

So I’ve been putting all my energy into making my new place habitable…. Here are some of the first results!  There is possibly more filler than actual plaster left on this wall and Dad did a great job with the sander.  The carpets were a major milestone.  The paint is an optical grey that I chose because it is very receding.

Work continues on this tapestry; I’m working copper coloured paint and thread onto a calico backdrop that I hand-painted in taupe and dyed with a pale blue wash.

Copper toned tapestry, a work in progress...

On the landing window: A print by Robert Jones titled ‘Edgelands’ and one of my wobbly pots with winter branches.

One of my wobbly pots and a print by Robert Jones

The sunlight moves around to this window in the evening

Light moves around to this window in the evening

Some bathroom pieces and my hand-mixed paint colour, a flesh tone that I’ve affectionately named ‘Nanna’s Girdle’

Some bathroom pieces and my hand mixed paint colour affectionately named 'Nanna's Girdle'

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