Wednesday, 2 May 2012

This & That


I have been spotting these pretty flowering trees all-over Brisbane these past few weeks.  Thanks to a couple of my Instagram followers I now know that this pretty tree is called Rose of Sharon or Yesterday Today & Tomorrow as it apparently changes colour over a number of days.  I will definitely be planting one of these beauties at home as I just love them!  I snapped this photo as I was leaving a client's house in Clayfield earlier this week. 



Today was install day at a charming old house in Coorparoo which we have been working on since January.  We re-wallpapered all of the formal rooms in the house including the main bedroom and we recovered upholstery and installed new curtains, lampshades, cushions, bed heads and bedspreads.  It turned out so beautifully and so true to it's heritage which is exactly how B wanted it.  {PS - Thanks Pete - you always do such a fab job!!}

It's always such a relief when a big install like this one goes to plan.  Phew, I can sleep tonight!

xx
Anna

10 comments:

Mrs. Sutton said...

The flowers look gorgeous - but my eye has been caught by the wonderful combination of wallpaper and seating fabric in the second image. BEAUTIFUL combination - it looks fabulous - great choice! x

brismod said...

Look at those lovely lead light windows. Such great bones to work with. xx

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Roxanne said...

The Rose of Sharon bush is gorgeous. . .I've never seen anything like it here in the southern U.S. I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE that wallpaper. Is it part of your new line? The design and the color are gorgeous.

JESSICA SINTA said...

Anna, that tree is absolutely divine! I think I might have to buy myself one too!

Jessica
www.latreehouse.blogspot.com

katiedid said...

So pretty! I love the green rose hips (I think?) with the white and pink. what a great combination!

Ness Lockyer said...

Thats a lovely tree and you could get a few different bouquets from it over the colour changes.
...I couldnt imagine you work not going to plan Anna. Its always lovely.
Ness xx
Marley & Lockyer

Thea vintage said...

Looks like an amazing place!

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The Distressed Mother said...

I had a rose of Sharon - beautiful. But it does get massive so be prepared. Yesterday, today, tomorrow is a different plant.

TDMxx

Nomnoey said...

"Rose of Sharon" is look like "Pud-Tarn" in Thailand. ... very beautiful.