Monday, January 16, 2017


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I know , I know it is Monday already and the weekend is over.
But this Home & Garden post could not wait until next weekend and I am running late as we speak.
It is busy on the second life decoration front.
Mesh creators releasing the most beautiful items for in and around the house.
They make even great houses like this Easton Restored Barn  made by Cory Edo from Trompe Loeil 
The chair on the right called Easton Wingback Chair is  also part of this release.
The barn and chair  are for sale at ~uber~ until January 23rd.
Don't you love the La Belle Sofa like I do ?
The lace and blanket draped over the couch makes it looks ridge and comfortable.
Isla Gealach from Cheeky Pea made this as part of the La Belle Fairy Tale Set.
The La Belle Display Cabinet Provence White and the La Belle Rose Display behind the sofa
and the tray on the table are part of this set as well.
You need to play the Cheeky Pea gacha machine at The Epiphany.
There is an off sim shopping change for The Epiphany as well but even then it is hard to get in.
So wait a couple of days and make your shopping list visiting The Epiphany Shopping Guide
How this gacha event works The Epiphany website explains it all.
Doors closes on February 15th, so you have a Month to indulge your gacha addiction!
The kitchen chair with draped lace is from Vagabond and is called Caroline's Chair Light.
You can buy this chair at The Project Se7en until January 30th.
The Ophelia's Room Divider ( with animations ) is from Vagabond  as well and is part of the Deco(c)rate January
 Standard Curtains Forest Silhouette Cheeky Pea  @ K U S T O M 9
 *ionic*  Country Chair @ The Chapter Four *GACHA*
[ keke ] 'lets fly away' globe - blue
Stool with Cactus :HAIKEI: @  K U S T O M 9 *GACHA*
Fireplace Wood [NO CONCEPT] @ K U S T O M 9 *GACHA*
Amberley Straw Hat { what next }
Enjoy your decoration week and have fun while you shop until you drop.
For all the Home & Garden shoppers mark your calender for the [Draftsman]
I am really looking foreword for this round theme Victorian

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