TRAIN HOME DECOR - FRENCH CHATEAU DECOR - DECORATING A SMALL ENTRYWAY.
Train Home Decor
- Train Home is the title of a recording by American singer/songwriter Chris Smither, released in 2003. Guest Bonnie Raitt provides slide guitar and backup vocals on "Desolation Row".
- The furnishing and decoration of a room
- The decoration and scenery of a stage
- interior decoration: decoration consisting of the layout and furnishings of a livable interior
- Interior design is a multi-faceted profession in which creative and technical solutions are applied within a structure to achieve a built interior environment.
- The style of decoration of a room, building
train home decor - SET OF
SET OF 4 four Choo Choo Train Cabinet Knobs Engine Drawer Pulls Thomas Child's Room Home Tank Furniture Decor Trains
Set of 4 Knobs Choo Choo Train Knob- These Drawer pulls are just the thing to enhance your decor of any room but especially for a little boy who loves Thomas the Tank Engine & Friends or any model train enthusiast. Jazz up your cabinets, closet doors, bathroom drawers or bedroom furniture. The cheerful colors of red, yellow, and green, which make up the body of the engine, are great for any kids room. A nice size and weight not to mention a great size knob for easy opening!! This sale is for a Set of 4 Multi-colored Train pulls. 3-D design with remarkable detailed. Metal screws, 1.5"L, included for mounting. They are made of sturdy resin material. The knobs measure approx. 1.5"W x 2"H. These knobs are made so they will last you for years & years.
More photo-taking inside the MRT train at Punggol station while waiting for it to leave the platform...pardon my uncreative "Victory" sign, again...hee hee^^
Well, today is Singapore's 44th birthday. Thanks to the long National Day weekend, folks found time to do some catching up, be it with friends or the Z monster. We had an interesting church service by Teck Meng, who is quite a passionate speaker. Check out my photos on his beam balancing act. :) I would love to capture him walking on the wooden plank, despite my concern that the makeshift balancing beam might just snap under his weight. However, he was moving about too much while I was zooming in on him from more than 10m away. The only 2 decent shots I could capture were those of him clinging for dear life to the beam. Ha ha.^^ Despite our intense starvation, we gather the last bit of our strength to have an all gals' photo shot outside Punggol MRT station, while our stomachs rumbled loudly in utter rebellion & indignation. They could possibly have been louder than 10 Harley-Davidsons put together if mini microphones had been attached to our bellies. More photo-taking inside the train cabin as we waited for it to leave the platform. An Indian couple from church happened to walk into the same cabin & gamely joined us for the photo-shots. Our fren, Jia Rong, was a little camera shy though. Check out the mysterious guy with the duck-billed cap. After a long & arduous 30min+ journey from Punggol MRT station to Little India, we finally arrived in Paradise - BANANA LEAF restaurant (Tekka branch). Tables & chairs had been laid out nicely for us prior to our arrival, thanks to Senthil's arrangement. It was almost 2pm & our stomachs were protesting ever more zealously. A waiter (server) wasted no time in taking our orders. Had it not for his stern countenance & just that tiny winy bit of impatience, I would have crowned him our Food Saviour. We were joined by Andrew’s long-lost cousin from Hong Kong. The two hadn’t seen each other for 16 years. So, this is some sort of a reunion lunch for them. How come they didn’t hug & cry? [Sorry, I forgot to take a pic of the 5 of us sitting in the middle.] Btw, another two cousins sat next to me – Citra & her husband, Sakti. Nice to meet cousins who get married. I’d never met one in Singapore before knowing them.^^ The Tandoori Chicken, fish curry, mutton curry, Beriyani, Naans, fried rice, deserts, Pappadam etc were pretty satisfying (saved the unappetizing Indian Salad) & decently priced for a budget restaurant (about $10 each). Wandy seemed particulary addicted to the Pappadam (Indian Koropok) though she couldn't quite finish her Beriyani. Btw, she is 2 months' pregnant & her stomach is "growing" by the day. I guess she has to eat more nowadays, since there're 2 mouths to feed.^^ Poor Alfred! He came on his own but lost his way for quite some time...he had a great revelation thgh - there're more than one Banana Leaf restaurants in Little India. Then some of us proceeded to Shaw Tower for a hilarious animation movie, UP. Ambar got lost in the maze of escalators and exits at Dhoby Ghaut MRT station (same thing can easily happen to me. Ha ha...^^). Worried that we’re running late for the show, Alfred was tempted to report to the staff at the control station about the lost child, Ambar...only that she is more than 1.7m tall. :P We were joined by a chatty young bro, Jonathan. The movie was short but amusing. I like the floating house with balloons. It reminded me of one of my many childhood dreams - to travel in a hot air balloon. No, Huiyi, please don't recommend the DHL hot air balloon at Bugis. I can only call it a giant yellow suspended balloon with a concrete-jungle view at best. Ha ha."P Did I say “one of my many childhood dreams”? Yes, I’ve been thinking for years to ride on a wild horse. Or at least let it go a little faster than those at Sentosa or Singapore Zoo (the zookeeper said the horses get sleepy & thus slower after lunch). And please, no going round & round the bushes. Real scenery pls! Galloping along a sandy beach or river would be perfect. They have the cutest pony there thgh. So cute, obedient & meek that I wanted to steal it & make it my pet. It looks like one of those from the Little Pony cartoon. Yes, I also daydreamed (in my sleep too) often of soaring in the sky in a helicopter or a small traditional airplane (like my miniature Troika plane) high above the mountain ranges. Not forgetting hang-gliding or para-gliding. I should have mentioned sky diving too but I chickened out after seeing some sky diving pics at flickr. Sigh....old already lah! Snap! Okay, back to reality. Then we La Kopi (had hot beverages) at Toastbox before the last 4 “survivors” (me included) ended the day with some window shopping at Plaza Sing. Jonathan said it was his first time shopping with sisters, though I found him completely at ease window shopping with us (Ambar, Huiyi & me) at Daiso & Spotlight. He was also full of entertaining topics & jokes, despite being the on
Hand Painted Train Case Roses
From trash to treasure!! An old vintage train case given a shabby cottage makeover !! Sweet train case was first painted crisp white. Details include hand painted pink and white stripes, blue band with pink polka dots and pretty hand painted roses. Interior lined with a pretty floral fabric! So precious! By Southern Lady's Vintage
train home decor
Wallies Peel and Stick Olive Kids Trains, Planes and Trucks Wall Art is made of durable, self-adhesive backed vinyl that can be removed and repositioned easily. Enjoy decorating with your Olive Kids Trains, Planes and Trucks Wall Art. To use, simply peel the pieces off of the backing in the package and apply to any clean, smooth surface or painted dry wall. This product is not recommended for textured or rough surfaces and should not be placed on newly painted walls, which usually need about 30-day to fully cure. To remove, simply peel and reposition to another area or return it to the original backing for storage. Wallies will not harm or damage surfaces and will not leave a sticky residue. Each package comes with 1 train 11-1/2-inch by 8-inch; 1 plane 8-1/2-inch by 11-inch; and 4 trucks 10-1/2-inch by 7-inch. The package measures 21-1/2-inch by 4-inch by 2-inch.