Tuesday, 6 July 2010

Corner Shrine...



What could be lovelier than creating a little corner nook filled to brim with all of the things that you love - a shrine to your life and loves and your decorating faves... This little shrine is as cute as can be - filled with light and glass and all things ethereal and fragile...

p.s talk about an overwhelming response to my Sunday Giveaway - thanks to everyone who has left a comment - you're all going into the draw to win one of my Shannon Fricke HOME ceramics. There are three in total - one each for three fellow bloggers. Good luck all - and keep checking back as I'm going to draw the winners on July 10.

6 comments:

Jeanne said...

Is this where I enter my name for the giveaway? I hope so:) I just discovered your wonderful blog and I am so happy I did. Wonderful photos and inspiration. Your Guest Nook looks like a fabulous place to stay for a weekend. Such wonderful homey touches.
xo
jeanne

Tracey said...

They look adorable!

Diana Mieczan said...

OMG that is beautiful:)That lamp is stunng...Great post:) have a wonderful day:)

Anonymous said...

Hi Shannon. I have been a reader for a while now, and absolutely LOVE your styling. I came to know you (as a reader) through my addiction to INSIDE OUT mag and now through your blog. I am a huge fan of Torquoise & Teal & find how those colour touches can just make a room/any room. I love my home to be styled, functional, adapt to 2 young daughters, but all coming together to be a home. You are very inspirational !! I hope to one day attend one of your workshops... Im in Melb. Anyway thank-you for sharing with us all. If you have any more room free for another entry into your fabulous giveaway please count mine in.

Bianca D'Alessandro

frannie said...

Your blog has led me to a pop up shop right next to our water polo comp ...(my 10 year old thanks you) and we spent some time today enjoying the ceramics of Lucy...then I see your comp.....coincidence or......?
Your blog is so fun and refreshing and...informative...thanks

Halo Hill said...

Oh my goodness! That shrine is the prettiest thing I've ever seen! I adore it! Love your blog!

Sheila