Pottering About


Razmataz have started a McLinky of dressers, and this is mine. I swiped a prodigious amount of fluff from it Before Photo, but that really is what my dresser looks like – no draped bras, coffee cups or piles of books. Piles of books live beside my bed in great messy heaps, but apart from piles of linens when I can’t keep track of them any other way, the room stays clear. Except for the tools. Quite neat, really.

About Tricia Rose

Not distracted by shiny objects.
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10 Responses to Pottering About

  1. Kat says:

    Can I potter around with you?!

    Kat :)

  2. Tricia Rose says:

    That would be fun!

  3. Anne Marie says:

    Emily Dickinson…..

    very nice Tricia….and super cool you like poetry!

  4. Razmataz says:

    I love the indent in the top and am fascinated by the collection of bits in it. And the piece of driftwood leaning is lovely…..it makes me want to see more of it…..

  5. Stitchfork says:

    Beautiful! And calming. And reassuring to hear there are messy piles of books nearby too. My dresser top would break the camera if revealed.
    xo Cathy

  6. That dresser has a mid century modern vibe that I am loving with the organic mix in the rest of your house! love it. M.

  7. The juxtaposition of the drift wood and the varnished top is so pretty and appealing…and the soft bowl indent is amazing. Can we see more of the room?
    Following you…over from Hooked on Houses.

  8. yes, love the little round nook in your dresser top! in this post and the more recent one, you’re inspiring me to clear things away a little…donna

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