Timeless: eternal, everlasting, perpetual, unchanging, unaffected by time or changing fashion.
Timeless is Paula’s theme for Black and White Sunday, and this is my entry.
This is William Morris wallpaper, that I saw in the dining room at Lanhydrock, a National Trust property in Cornwall. It’s actually two shades of blue, cream and with a tiny bit of pink. A timeless, classic design.
19 thoughts on “Paula’s Black and White Sunday, Timeless”
In b&w you can fully appreciate the design – but I’m glad you annotated it with colours. A good interpretation of timeless, a concept I’m having trouble with. My mind keeps going to the relationship between babcia and grandchild, and maybe a photo of Maja and me with needle and thread stitching the alphabetapillar legs back on. You are endlessly creative in your interpretations.
I want to see the alphabetapillar! 🙂 🙂 (don’t you hate nosy, demanding visitors? 🙂 )
In black and white it looks like a silver piece, Gilly. I half thought a bookmark. Very beautiful. 🙂
What a stunning wallpaper Gilly and you’ve captured it perfectly. 😀 ♥
this is brilliant
I am pretty sure I would like this wall paper best in B&W. Two shades of blue and pink…no, not for me. Actually, I don’t really like wall paper at all! But it does make a good photo, eh!
I can’t imagine it look lovelier in colour. It’s a classic design and a very apt selection for the theme.
This is gorgeous and perfect in black and white.
It does look like a silver etched design Gilly. Superb interpretation.
This is brilliant with the hints of blue. I’m not into wallpaper anymore, but this IS eye appealing. 😀 😀 ❤
Still beautiful in black and white.
As soon as I saw the image in the Reader I thought ‘William Morris wallpaper’ – what a great photo for the challenge.
Ahh thanks lovely girl .
What a beautiful pattern… I can just imagine it with its soft colors. You’ll have to add the color photo sometime. 😎
Wow that is stunning wallpaper ..
What a fabulous pattern! Beautiful in B&W.
I can’t believe I missed your recent posts. It’s Thursday already! 🙂
A lovely and intricate pattern, Gilly.