painted-floor

Greet your guests with bold style.  Black and white stripes make a statement in this welcoming hallway that’s filled with natural light.  White painted floors and a charming white garden bench ground the dramatic wallpaper to make an entry that’s inviting and fresh.

(via We Heart It).

let’s spend our week nights eating cereal on the floor
when there is a perfectly fine table behind us.
we can go to the movies and sit in the back row
just to make out like kids falling in love for the first time.

we’ll paint the rooms of our house
and get more paint on us than the walls.
we can hold hands and go to parties we end up
ditching to drink wine out of the bottle in the bathtub.

and slow dance with me in our bedroom
with an unmade bed and candles on the nightstand.
let me love you forever.

—  unknown

Add style to your bathroom with a creative cabinet. A dresser-style vanity can be an ideal way to blend modern and vintage elements in your bathroom. Matching furniture-style vanity and built-in medicine cabinets, provide stylish storage solutions and an upscale look in the functional space above. Tapered legs give the vanity a furniture look, while vibrant yellow wall paint and floor tile make for a sunny morning routine. 

(via We Heart It)

Look at where you are

Look at where you started

The fact that you’re alive is a miracle

Just stay alive, that would be enough

-POSTS AND RUSHES OFF TO READ THE UPD8-

I don’t think I quite have the words to express the ways that Homestuck has affected me personally and artistically. I feel lucky that I got to be a part of the fandom for four years. 

Thank you, Andrew Hussie (also thanks @kyleehenke I was blasting your homestuck music while painting and i almost cried).

No need for a rug. Colorful painted stripes add interest to a floor and tie into the striped paint on the walls. Not a project for the fickle, but a simple DIY. Want to make your own?

(via We Heart It).

“Every day.”

Red Beanie Thursday feature: Forget Me Not / Wisteria by butterflychansan.

Look at these happy dorks. Can scarcely believe they are about to spend the next six years breaking my heart.

I didn’t know it when I drew it, but apparently we’re about to witness the end of an era, here, with the last chapters of FMN going online today. Wisteria and Forget Me Not are both as heart wrenching as they are beautiful and I cannot BELIEVE you are still reading my words instead of Butterfly’s. Go click the links already, Jesus.

And to the author: Thanks for the emotional roller coaster, babe. I look forward to riding it again.