|redwood burl clocks made by my grandfather|
|armoire not tall enough? add leather trunks!|
As you can see, we're halfway done with repainting (dark reddish brown to blue). The dark brown was done to make sure we could live with that color when the time comes to replicate the original anaglypta.
|poppy pods, sparrows and moths - aesthetic movement designed just for me|
We actually love the color, but once we started refinishing our temporary woodwork everything just blended together. This won't be an issue in the future, between the cherry woodwork, and the luminescent metallic wallpaper, this room will be dark and elegant once more... In the meantime, the tealish blue will do nicely (the color is juniper ash).
|still need another coat of shellac and paint.... and so much stripping....|
|check out my dog gate and dead plant!|
|a stunning church pew recently given to us|
|one of many overloaded barristers at our house|
|Finally found this print at an estate sale, so filthy I had to clean it with a razor blade|
Obviously we're still missing things like an entry door, vestibule, overmantel and too many other things to list. But in the meantime, I'll settle for refinishing the floors and rest of the woodwork and getting the painting finished. Small steps (at least until I win the lottery or inherit the estate of a Nigerian prince).