All the Old, Return to our Homes by Leticia Teresa Pontoni

All the Old, Return to our Homes by Leticia Teresa Pontoni

All the Old, Return to our Homes by Leticia Teresa Pontoni. A beautiful writing by a great author. Enjoy your day, Yareah Magazine friends!

All the Old, Return to our Homes by Leticia Teresa Pontoni

Photo by Kim Newberg

Wood, old candelabrums, ancient boxes of tin plate, all are worth to redecorate our houses. All can be necessary; a table that loose its color, comfortable and visible utensils that you can put it nears your hands gives color and warm.

A combination between painted wood and natural wood in the table and in the kitchen-table. The country style never will be forgotten.

If you like to change, to renovate your place, you can use many things that had been used by our grandparents. You can change your home; you can recycle all the older things to give a new aspect to your living rooms, rooms, bookstores, etc.

Those ancients furniture of our grandmother, of our aunts, could be so nice to cheer all surrounding.

On the other hand, these replacing of furniture can brighten our sites, our lives.

Old armchairs, bookstores, chairs can be restoring. All is approved in that moment. We like to adorn our homes with new designs.

We must renovate our spirits too. And this is the best form. Think on me!

And is the last in fashion to use old things, in our days to furnish the house. Old objects, antiques, forgotten milk’s bottle that we only can see on a farm. Rustic things, deprived rooms with natural woods. Some time ago all this furniture had been used in all homes. Now, we’re returning to all that.

It’s the new wave; it’s what you will see next years. And all can change; all can illuminate our homes, our sight.

You can define this in two words: warm and functional.

We must use our ingenuity to be more happy and amusing with our families.

Our house will be ready to get to your relatives, friends.

Please, do it! Be modernistic! Enjoy that place where you pass the major part of your life….

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I was born in Argentina. I write poems, articles, tales, stories and much more. I like what I make with my words. I live in a quiet town near small mountains. I write since my childhood. I write in and in my blog

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