In a week of too much I looked down: Painted rugs, painted stones, painted on wood, painted on concrete. Do you know of others?
This is a painted fringe at Habersham Guardens.
Here is the fringe in context. Nice.
It's a good look. Go in there and look down.
JoAnn and I went from Habersham to Boxwood Gardens.
Boxwood has a faux tile floor with subtle colors.
The grout lines have a bit of sparkle. I like how the floorboards show through.
On Thursday I went to the Beacham Series roll out party. That deserves a whole 'nother post.
The party was at a high-end house with a very fine painted floor. I wish I'd asked who did it. Was it Laura Green of L. Green Studios, Frank Neely, Frank Neely of Frank G. Neely Design Associates or someone else?
I think these are wonderful. They will look better as they get beat up. After all you pay big money to get a new rug that looks old.
This is the main entrance to the Academy Theater in Avondale Estates.
I'd love to see yours.
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