The house tour continues to the den, kitchen and master bedroom.
The den – the room where we spend most of our time. I love all the natural light this room gets. It’s the least “decorated” and there’s always things in here that I want to change but it works for now. The couch is from At Home as are the red Ikat pillows. Needless to say, I’m a big fan of the Schumacher Trellis fabric covering the chairs and the window seat in the back. I’ve always loved that fabric and definitely wanted to use it in my house somewhere.
The lion side table is another “hand me down” that rocks…and has become a ladder for Maxwell to climb on! The leather ottoman is from Restoration Hardware and has been a great coffee table alternative. We used to have a heavy glass and iron coffee table that just took up too much space. We got this so we can roll it off into the corner leaving plenty of room for Maxwell to play. The other wall that you don’t see if full of built-ins. My favorite part of the picture above? Maxwell’s beloved Nanner sitting on the ottoman! 🙂 Oh, and notice the Donald Roller Wilson print in the back? I think every house needs a little Cookie and that print will have to do until I can get one of those “hand me down” paintings from my parents!
Here’s a glimpse into our kitchen…
We painted every single thing in this kitchen when we moved in and added the glass front cabinet doors. It definitely brightened things up.
The bedroom – I loved the house for the vaulted ceiling in the master…especially since it provided plenty of room for the “hand me down” bed we got! I recently added the starburst mirror that I found at a local antique store and I love it. It just fils up the wall perfectly and adds just another touch of gold (which I am obviously a fan of)!
The two chairs are also “hand me downs”. The fabric is a little fancy and “old” for me, but it works in there for now so we went with it. The curtain panels are from Restoration Hardware and really tie it all together. I just recently added the monogrammed shams and orange, or paprika, throw from Sferra as well as the Schumacher Chiang Mai Dragon pillow that I got off of Etsy. I had seen this post on Peppermint Bliss (totally want to be friends with Bailey) and got inspired to spruce things up with some monograms and Chiang Mai! I love the way it turned out! The painting on the wall is also of our wedding by Rich Flynn. This one is of the ceremony and I love waking up to it every day!
The tour continues tomorrow with one of the most important rooms…Maxwell’s!