As with the bay window, the other end of the livingroom has seen its fair share of re-shuffling of furniture too. When we redecorated and said goodbye to the magnolia paint we decided to go all out on feature wallpaper : step up Mini Moderns. Their Paisley Crescent wallpaper in Tangerine Dream was perfect
The drawers were then moved out when the dinning table moved in. So too did the standard lamp I picked up in the British Heart Foundation Shop for £20. I initially had plans to paint the stand, but left it until I decided which colour. In the end I have left it in its original dark wood, and green fringed shade (which doesn't 'match' anything colour-wise in the room, but fits in just the same). Ordinarily the shade sits a slightly lopsided jaunty angle (which adds to its character), but it looks like it is behaving in this picture.
Ok, guess where I picked this mirror up from? Another BHF shop beauty. I adore this mirror. Last Christmas I strung Moroccan antiqued lights around it - they are still up as I loved this look.
My birthday present, original G-Plan sideboard (BHF Shop!!) I think its fairly accurate to say that I am in love with this piece of furniture.
As its mid October and we are getting ready for Hallow'een, I have moved around some of the ornamental bits n pieces (although to be honest, nothing sits still for long before being re-homed). Hubby was delighted to see the fringed shawl removed from the dinning table in the bay, but was then horrified to discover I had put it on the sideboard instead. This is NOT his favourite 'look'. Actually, he hates that shawl!
Made a start on the seasonal decorations in the lead up to the festivities at the end of the month.