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There is more than one way to create ambience, any sense will do: sight, sound, or smell. And if you can use them all…even better!

Candles are the easiest and most common way to create ambience. In our modern society, candlelight is quaint and harkens back to a simpler time. That’s why many restaurants use candles on their tables. I use candles in every room at home to create a feeling of comfort and coziness, and of course to indulge in my chosen “smells.” I bought this candle at a thrift store for $1.99 and chose a  “Christmas Thyme” Yankee Candle votive to put in it.

candle

On the Kitchen Stove

Another thrift store bargain is this cd of French singers. I purchased it for $.50. I love old time Paris so this creates ambience for me too.

50 Chansons de France

Thrift Store Find: Cd of French Singers

In my living room I continue the Paris theme with storage boxes and a picture of my grandfather in front of the Arc de Triomphe; he was stationed in Paris in WWI.

Paris decor

I Love Paris

SIGH…Can I stay home from work today??

 

 

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I find curves very pleasing to the eye.  For this week’s photo challenge, I thought this was a perfect example. I love how the wavy railings echo the curvy markings in the pretty door.

curvy railing, curves in the door

Curves!

 

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Not only stopped a store door, but stopped me in my tracks!

Pig doorstop, antique

This Little Piggy…

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Cee’s photo topic this week is Circles and Curves.

I was surprised not to find more of these in my home. I guess I’m more of a sharp line kind of person. Here’s a couple of indoor examples and one outdoor example.

plant pal, decorative cat

decorative shelf

rusty farm equipment

If you’d like to see more examples of Cee’s challenge or join in the fun, click on the link below!

Cee's Fun Foto Challenge

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