Hej dear friends,
Less colours is very boring for some but very appealing for others. You know by now that I favour pale colours. Black, white, grey, beige & brown. At least for clothing but honestly, it’s the same at home except for red, green, yellow, which then alone, is reserved for accessories & textiles. A fact which my youngest son don’t appreciate particularly well. He always argues against this “rule” as he calls it. He claims that his whole life has been colourless, which certainly not is consistent with the truth…not totally, at least. We have always decorated his room in the manner he desired, with colours that he preferred. Right now, he has metal, birch, white & bright green … not to mention his posters in all sorts of colors.
We tweaked a little throughout the week together, without any fight or constant questioning. Totally amazing, who could have believed that it ever would happen. In addition, we took down all the pictures & re-hanged them, so they went in a straight line, but the number increased significantly before we finished it all, strangely enough. No doubts that this room has colour enough for all teens in the world. No matter wath, the major thing is that my precious is happy & fully satiesfied with the outcome. The best thing is that it seems that he is keen on keeping it tidy & nice around him now. Hallelujah:)
But guys, for the rest of us, it’s now an entry about a little less colours. White, beige, wood, rattan…
Neutral colors are incredibly beautiful & restful to the eye / Annatruelseon
Take care / Marie
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