"Screw This" Cedar Park, 2017
Photo info: FUJIFILM X100T, 23mm, f/4, 1/17 sec, ISO3200
“Screw This” Cedar Park, 2017

こんばんは。How’s it going?

Today’s photos are of some antique items around our house. The first is an old meat grinder, and below are some old shipping boxes.

My wife likes to go “antiquing” a couple times a year, and the decor in our home reflects what you could describe as “country chic”. I guess it’s ok. I prefer modern and minimalistic, but I’m not going to put up a fight! 😃 The antique style does have its own charm, after all.

I guess I do like old Japanese style, so after we move to Japan in the future, I’d love to decorate in that way. And Mariko likes that style too, so our house will be more aligned to both of us. 😄

Anyways, here are a couple more detailed photos of items in our house.

"Shefford Pimento" Cedar Park, 2017
Photo info: FUJIFILM X100T, 23mm, f/4, 1/55 sec, ISO3200
“Shefford Pimento” Cedar Park, 2017
"Maine Blueberries" Cedar Park, 2017
Photo info: FUJIFILM X100T, 23mm, f/4, 1/17 sec, ISO3200
“Maine Blueberries” Cedar Park, 2017

I hope you had a nice Wednesday!

またね~

One Comment

  1. I’m so minimalist I’m basically a brutalist. and my dear husband likes rustic or primitive pieces, or oversized and somewhat ornate traditional pieces. I’m trying to make it work with his rustic side, since I’ve seen a lot of buildings that are very modern and minimal but with rustic finishes. It’s challenging, because I really am a minimalist or brutalist 🙁

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