Peaceful living


Many many years ago I used to think about moving out to the countryside somewhere and living in a farmhouse. I envisioned that it would be very peaceful as it would be away from the noise of city life, traffic and the whole feel of always rushing around in a hurry to get somewhere. I’ve outgrown that notion for now, though still enjoy the look of a country home.

It’s with those thoughts in mind that I enjoyed putting this scene together using items from a few designers participating in this round of Cosmopolitan.

Credits:
*Fanny’s Farmhouse by Spargel & Shine Homes @ Cosmopolitan
*Fanny’s Fireplace (Cosmo 5th Ann. Gift) by Spargel & Shine Homes @ Cosmopolitan

*Farm Fresh Set by Zen Creations @ Cosmopolitan
-Farm Fresh Door Table
-Farm Fresh Watering Can
-Farm Fresh Old Basket
-Tulips in Vase
-Farm Fresh Apple Box
-Tulip
-Scissors
-Curtains
-Farm Fresh Water Jug
-Farm Fresh Chair
-Farm Fresh Flower Pitcher
-Farm Fresh Candle
-Rug

*Amedee Gacha by Myrinne @ Cosmopolitan
Amedee Gacha Chair Pink Rare
Amedee Gacha Chair Blue Rare
Amedee Gacha – Table
Amedee Gacha – Bird/Leaf Decor
Amedee Gacha – Bottle Decor
Amedee Gacha – Hand Light Rare
Amedee Gacha – Candle holder
Amedee Gacha – Bird Nest
Amedee Gacha – Wall Lamp

Dakota Amsonia by The Loft
Dakota Empty Can by The Loft

JIAN Scruffy Shepherds 12. Laundry Pups by JIAN
Garden Wreath – Unknown

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3 thoughts on “Peaceful living

  1. Zhoie

    Stunning, beautiful, real life like photography, everything is so perfect, wonderful work of art, and congrats on your 1st place in Cosmo photo contest, thank you for including Zen!

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