Whether we act as our own interior designer or retain a designer's help, we have to make the decision as to what pieces of our furniture will make the cut and which will go by the wayside. The last time I did this before I sold my home, I found that I cound use most of my furniture once I had the pieces re-upholstered.
These neutrals are beautiful and calming.
I love the rectangular ottoman.
I found a fabric almost identical to the damask of gold and salmon color on these chairs in the swatches book from my upholsterer's for $34. a yard. It was an outdated swatch book but since the upholster had already quoted it to me, he sold it to me taking a loss on his fabric. That being said I realized I could cover an Italinate chair and a barrel chair in that same fabric and have them blend together beautifully.
Who would not give their eye teeth for a bookcase and antique settee like this?
How do you view the color in these pictures? To me it is an orange color.
I would never come out of that bath tub...no way!
Well, maybe I could be convinced to leave the bath to sleep in the bedroom above.
Note the cloches, jars and jugs.
I wonder how many square feet we are talking about here?
And I wonder how many rooms there are here all totalled?
Front view of the house.
And the rear view of the house.