The wing back chair and ottoman, came from our last living room, it's covered in a Waverly, Cranston Plaid, pattern the color is spice. My husband made the lamp, which he copied from one we saw in a store in Long Beach Island, N. J., while vacationing there. The chest, that is being used as an end table, is one of a pair, I sold them, and matching pieces in my boutique back in the 80's.
This picture didn't turn our great, but I had to add it anyhow.
Now.....this is one of those awful :( things I did to cover up marks in the wallpaper. This was a teenager's room and he had posters hanging above the bed. I had a roll of this fabric and used it to cover the holes. I've never liked it, but never thought it would take this long to put up new paper. I'm planning on putting up grass cloth, since I still want to keep a nautical them in that room.
The view to the right of the bed.
Same side, just down a little. The lamp on that table is one we've had since we got married. There is another single, globe that matches it, up in the attic. The lighthouse is really a birdhouse. The chair and table came from our Pa. sun room.
The tv sits on a piece that was left in the house. Like the paneling, it is washed in a blue stain, with a little more of the wood showing thru. I believe the previous owner's son used it as a desk and book shelves. I've wanted to replace it, however, I've never come across a piece I want to replace it with. And......one of my pet peeves is being able to see the light cords. I try to hind them, but.....
The sand painting, is one of the first pieces of merchandise I bought for my boutique, It represents two American Indian Tribes, one from the bride's tribe and one from the groom's. The salesman came into my store when I was still getting set up in the shop.
Another picture of the lamp and birdhouse..
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