Now, onto the other project that CRAZY me took on at the same time as the powder room. That's alright though because now I have these changes made and I can just sit back and enjoy my new room.
Here is a before shot from one of my older posts.
This is what it looked like the last time I shared it at Christmas of 2011.
Here it is today with lighter walls and a new furniture arrangement. You didn't think I would put everything back the way it was? In fact I just switched things up from the way I had it when I shared the sneak peeks the other day. Just can't stop tweaking things.
I did have this wicker chair placed by the doorway coming into the room. I decided I like it better over here. The ticking stripe pillow is from OKL (I think).
This is the other side. Isn't it the cutest? Only problem is the blue doesn't really work in this room. When I get slips made for the two chairs then I can flip it to this side.
I decided to put both chairs over on this side of the room so the view to the pond isn't blocked.
I may have to move one of the chairs back to the other side in the summer. We put a window air conditioner unit in the window to the left behind the chair since our system is not large enough to cool this room when it is hot out. For now it will stay like this.
Pillow from Restoration Hardware outlet last year.
I decided I didn't want the red shutters back in either. I just want it lighter and airier in here.
I put this bench against the wall in place of the wicker chair. I had this in one of the guest rooms.
The cushion I already had from Ballard's. The bench was purchased either from Joss & Main or OKL.
Used pillows I already had. I like the mix of white, red and brown. The center pillow was my Christmas present from my daughter. Does she know me or what? It is from Pottery Barn.
I brought the wicker tray from the great room to use here and filled it with my vintage bottles and a set of antlers.
The little yellow chippy table that was in the powder room is now being used as a plant stand.
The fern is loving it out in the sun room. I stuck it in my vintage orchard basket.
Only succulent left from the summer. I knew I would kill them.
Plenty of reading material in this vintage peach basket that I picked up for five dollars last summer.
Afternoon sun coming in.
I will share the cabinet that houses the television makeover later this week. You can see part of it in one
of the pictures.
The new wall color is white Sand by Benjamin Moore.
Trim is Chantilly Lace by Benjamin Moore same as throughout the house.
Hope y'all have a super duper week!
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