If I had to describe my house’s “look” it would undoubtedly be one that screams, “a die-hard traveler lives here.” I somehow don’t think I’m cool enough to pull off the minimalist look and well, country living was never really my thing (you know where there are lots of crocheted articles and even more cutesy looking animals that Beatrix Potter would have approved of).
I love art just as much as the next person and do have some framed prints on my house’s walls including ones (i.e. the really special ones) I purchased at Paris’ Musée d’Orsay and Madrid’s Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum gift shops, but most of the wall art in my house is of travel. So in case you’ve ever wondered what a traveler’s house looks like on the inside, well this is a snippet of mine.
A striking reminder that even though my first trip to Italy was less than stellar,
a do-over is definitely needed one day
Being able to see one of my bucket list destinations every day
(in case you’re wondering about the stained look, this is actually a piece of wood)
The travel corner-my favorite part of the house.
I love seeing photos I’ve taken from all over the world displayed here
Yes, I collect magnets from just about every place I visit.
Scenes of Hawaii will always induce dream worthy slumber
And because I miss Hawaii so much, I made my own (artificial)
bouquet comprised of various tropical flowers
My mask wall-it’s in the infant stage but
Guatemala and Indonesia are at least represented
Even art bought at a “starving artist” sale (that was truly the name)
makes one want to visit the destination painted
Oldies but goodies of possibly my favorite city
One of my favorite pieces for both the unique look as well as the stunning destination
(I believe this is in Greece)