Tessa van der Waals

Tessa van der Waals

Tessa van der Waals
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Smile, Laugh, Talk, Drink, Shout, Eat, Kiss

Smile, Laugh, Talk, Drink, Shout, Eat, Kiss

How to get over a break-up? 1) Fix your mascara 2) Change your playlist 3) Go for a run.

How to get over a break-up? 1) Fix your mascara 2) Change your playlist 3) Go for a run.

Inspirational quote broken heart quotes Heart Ache Sadness Depression Breakup

Inspirational quote broken heart quotes Heart Ache Sadness Depression Breakup

Inspirational quote broken heart quotes Heart Ache Sadness Depression Breakup

Inspirational quote broken heart quotes Heart Ache Sadness Depression Breakup

Deze kastruimte wordt afgesloten met een deur die werd gemaakt van oude dakspanten.

Deze kastruimte wordt afgesloten met een deur die werd gemaakt van oude dakspanten.

#Anthropologie #PinToWin

#Anthropologie #PinToWin

Coastal Master Suite. #laylagrayce #beach #bedroom beach house - summer home - bedroom - sea - ocean - views

Coastal Master Suite. #laylagrayce #beach #bedroom beach house - summer home - bedroom - sea - ocean - views

Favorite Master Suite!!! Paint: Walls- Olympus White  Ceiling- Icebox Sherwin Williams.  Spool beds became popular with American furniture makers in the mid 19th century. This bedroom's impressive example combines graceful spools, four tall posts (a Southern addition), and a pretty painted finish.

Favorite Master Suite!!! Paint: Walls- Olympus White Ceiling- Icebox Sherwin Williams. Spool beds became popular with American furniture makers in the mid 19th century. This bedroom's impressive example combines graceful spools, four tall posts (a Southern addition), and a pretty painted finish.

Give your master suite flow with French doors and glass walls. Instead of a basic doorway between this master bedroom and bath, architects visually opened up this master suite by designing a glass wall as a divider, with grommeted curtain panels that can be pulled for privacy. This look is both beautiful and versatile.  Photo: Laurey W. Glenn and Robbie Caponetto

Give your master suite flow with French doors and glass walls. Instead of a basic doorway between this master bedroom and bath, architects visually opened up this master suite by designing a glass wall as a divider, with grommeted curtain panels that can be pulled for privacy. This look is both beautiful and versatile. Photo: Laurey W. Glenn and Robbie Caponetto

Charcoal Gray Master Bedroom Suite... Slowly I'm turning our bedroom into something similar. :)

Charcoal Gray Master Bedroom Suite... Slowly I'm turning our bedroom into something similar. :)