Thursday, April 15, 2010

More Black and White


After working on "Sulley's Room," I realized that my life is full of Black and White--but always with a hint of color. Here are the doors of my office on the Isle of Hope (27 minutes from Tybee Island). It was originally built as the island's Post Office before becoming the General Store, and is now part of Isle of Hope's wonderful history! Don't you just love the name--The Isle of Hope!

7 comments:

Linda at Lime in the Coconut! said...

Well Dayum...even your doors are beautiful!

Lettered Cottage said...

Yes!
Isle of Hope is a BEAUTIFUL name!
And so are your doors! :-)

Layla

Amanda said...

Gorgeous and the name is great!

Julienne said...

love that spot of colour!

Ginger@cottageonrosewood said...

Love the doors. Timeless and carefree. Although, they certainly make me wish I lived my life in that by-gone era. Isle of Hope....what a wonderful name. I would love to visit.

Jane said...

Love the doors!

ZAIRA said...

Hi Jane, I've just got to "know" you and your fabolous work...Also made a post about you some days ago... I love how you turn these cottages into a dream...I've also thought to furnish a room with a coastal touch!! But it wouldn't the same since I live in a small town south Milan... Anyway, you inspire me a lot, you do what I dream to do as a job!

Many regards, Zaira