Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Winter cheer

The unseasonably warm weather has left us and winter has returned with a vengeance.  I picked up some cheerful colored roses to warm up my apartment this weekend and take the chill off.
I normally don't leave  roses long stemmed but something seemed right about this. Have you been doing anything to take away the winter blues?

9 comments:

lostpastremembered said...

Those roses are just perfect.

I am feeling terribly blue since I finally had to dump the Christmas tree yesterday. It was so beautiful this year after I found vintage beaded lights (well, more like light covers). It made me happy every time I turned the lights on... but I think I will be discovering needles for weeks (I kept it longer than usual because I loved it). Maybe flowers would take the edge off??? Love those big blowsy roses.

Kwana said...

I love your roses. I just had to add some ugly weather seal tape to my bedroom windows. It's sooo cold. LOL.

Karen Albert said...

Stefan, the roses are just gorgeous with your lovely vase.

Yes! I have been putting out lighter and brighter accessories,candles, mercury glass etc!

xoxo
Karena
2013 Artists Series

Divine Theatre said...

I have difficulty becoming motivated this time of year. That's for certain.
Roses are an excellent idea! Walmart (of all places) has such a beautiful assortment! I will follow your lead and bring some life into this house!

xo

Andie

Mark D. Ruffner said...

Hi, Stefan,

I've been enjoying our winter weather (it's in the 40s even in Florida) because a dear friend gifted me with a light, but thermal blanket. Now I can sleep through the night cozily without my toes getting crushed by layers of heavy blankets!

ArchitectDesign™ said...

But mark, nothing is cozier than a pile of warm heavy blankets! Must be a "northern" thing!

Kerry Steele- Design du Monde said...

I am in the mood for roses too. I keep lots of project going and my electric foot of the bed warmer cranked up to banish the winter blues.

pve design said...

Flowers do cheer me up too. I love tulips too.
We have a fire and I stay busy keeping it stoked to thwart off the chill and always try to have something warm on the stove, a pot of soup, some chili or lentils.
Only a few weeks until Spring.
pve

Paisley Curtain said...

Of course! I have been baking Biscotti, French apple tart and assorted cookies :)