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Stainless Steel

Remember my post on how the wall above my sofa is empty?

And how we have agreed to put a clock above it, but couldn't find the perfect one?

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Well, we've found one! *jumps up and down*



But now, I think the clock looks a bit lonely all alone on the bare wall.

So, I've been thinking of what I can put up to compliment it.

And to my delight, I found this lying around the house.



It was one of our wedding gifts! It also has that stainless steel look, so it's just perfect!

And I've got such a brilliant idea of what to put inside the frame!!

I'm not going to tell yet, but once I'm done with the project I'll put it up!

*excited*

And we also bought this black and white painting from the UK, which I will send to frame asap!

Nak tengok? Jap.



And add a floor lamp next to it, I hope this will give my living room that cosy feel I've been working on!

Wish me luck!

Weeeeeee~

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