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{long strands of necklaces}

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Alongside wonderful workstations, always find such inspiration in the artful displays of vanities, dresserscapes, and bedside tables — there’s such a personal element in the pretty framed photographs, long strands of necklaces, collection of perfume bottles, vintage leather boxes and sterling jewel catch-alls that reveal so much about a person . . .

{images: 1 – from an old domino tearsheet; 2 – photography by Max Kim-Bee for domino September 2006, scanned and edited in Photoshop for this post by TIG; 3 – domino – thanks, Felicity!}

{see also:}
> purple reign
> ecochic: cork

{p.s.}
And while we’re on the subject of artful arrangements, Imke Klee has the loveliest photographed collections of beautifully arranged things . . .

Contributor

Felicity remembers Miss Roséline’s very first post a number of years ago. Her first introduction to the world of blogging was when she stumbled across a post on Bestey Johnson's apartment on This Is Glamorous. Ever since then, she has watched TIG blossom and grow into the much loved blog you now are now reading. Roséline’s eye for glamorous elegant finds, makes her smile, especially when she places them in her multi-image colour themed posts. She has also very much enjoyed the addition of Laily‘s Favorite Five posts & Sarah‘s weekly travel finds. She encourages you to settle in with a box of Ladurée macarons & your favorite tea and wander through the treasure trove of images hidden in the archives of this lovely blog. You’ll be so glad you did.
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