27Aug2009 Picture Pretty categories: Decor Hello lovelies, it’s Crystal over at Plush Palate and I have a question for you. If a picture is worth a thousand words, what do these say? xo, Crystal *images via Elle Decor, From the Right Bank, Brunch at Saks 0 Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related 16 Comments on Picture Pretty they say loveliness, for sure! I like the blue one a lot – it's soothing and calm. And says clearly "Paris, France" The other one's are too crowded for me Love the birdcage in the first image!Lovely ~~ For me they say 'live'! I like that they are not so perfectly organized and neat showroom type spaces, but they have a homey, lived-in feel. Charming! I'd say these pictures are saying… someone really lives here! I love that! So dreamy; they invite us to create our own perfect portraits. Gorgeous post! what these photos say to me: Blue's my favorite color/ simplicity is key/ organization is beautiful/layers, layers, layers These pictures say I'm beautiful and have character. Individuality…personality. Handpicked favorites defining the character of the person. Someone who loves pretty, carefree…a happy grazer at the long dining table of life. Love them all. They say, "I'm gorgeous, come spend time here relaxing." lululetty.blogspot.com I adore the first! I says south of France, with the warm tones and worn sensibility…so lovely and livable… pictures would say – this is a place where to feel safe and sound! I really like the first one, the colors, the bird cage… I love this atmosphere, quiet et calm. They say, "Bee, please move in and make me your own." wow, these are amazing. they're so eclectic and restful and i just want to be there! I think it's really interesting when people use empty picture frames as decoration. I'm not sure I understand the meaning behind it, unless the frame itself is so beautiful that to put anything in it would take away from the frame. I guess it is a fairly quick design element that takes little thought and can fill up a space on a wall. You must log in to post a comment.