Photos by Maria Killam
The launch of my e-book is one week away-eeeeek! We are working very hard to get everything lined up ready to go for right before Christmas! And, Jennifer is coming Thursday to photograph my house with all the Christmas decor. Here’s a sneak peek of my new table and drum shade chandelier.
Here is my new, custom made, parsons style, walnut dining table. It’s beautiful, we love it!
And my corner bookshelf with plain wreaths right now like I mentioned the other day, I still haven’t worked out how to attach the ribbon to them, I just want it simple. After I had them up for almost two days they started looking dry so I brought them outside and sprayed them with water in the hopes that they’ll come back to life (they are still out there).
These are the adorable owls I bought the other day for my mantle. I know, I’m a sucker for a cute face!
Isn’t this Amaryllis stunning? And my little Jonathan Adler bird bowl with manderin oranges to match my painting on my dining room sideboard.
Here’s a sneak peek of one of my client’s dining rooms which is right beside their living room. Because their mantle isn’t centred in the room properly it doesn’t give them enough room for a proper dining room in addition to a sofa and two chairs (which looks the best in this space) so I came up with the idea to hang three floor-to-ceiling mirrors along the back wall so that they would reflect the two chairs and visually make it appear like there is a full set of chairs in the space.
When they have guests they have to move the two chairs in the living room and then bring two additional chairs for the other side but when they are not entertaining it still looks like a full dining room set up like this! Photos to come, Jennifer Houghton worked her magic last week with her camera!
Can’t wait to show you!
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