Still an evolving space as we need some chairs.
Or maybe we need to clear the decks and start from scratch.
This is how I roll. I am so lucky my partner has a creative spirit too.
I’m thinkin maybe 4 tree stumps
silverleafed or natural.
I won’t make you sip chardonnay on a stump.
But the room is never used.
I may design some skinny farmhouse benches
for that partner to build.
The hutch was an antiquish white,
and it was just making me SAD
with its old dollhouse-y demeanor.
Now it is layered with Martha Stewart
“flagstone” and “sharkey grey.”
A friend sent this chic moss-covered heart from Sweden,
and it is tied with a ribbon that friend also shared.
The most fabulous shade of grey.
Treasures from the sea.
A few curiosities…
A photo (original color) of my mom at age 3.
Hopefully she does not mind sharing
shelf space with a sheep’s jaw.
(This aint no disco. I told you, curiosities!).
The fresh air felt so refreshing yesterday.
More filling in to do, but the
framed oil of Bella is a crowning glory.
Beachy abstract on wood painted
a couple years ago.
I like it more draped with this
Asa Daxberg greige cross
necklace from Splendid Willow.
The glass beads have the most amazing texture,
and when you wear it, you WILL be asked about
the statement piece everywhere you go.
Our interiors would likely bore many of you to tears,
and the decor gets tweaked with each new chapter of life.
But one constant is an abundance of airy-ness to dream.
Anyone have a creative use of their dining room
they care to share?
Peace to you right where you are.