« Week 7/52: The Pursuit of Love & Love in A Cold Climate by Nancy Mitford | Main | And Somehow it's Thursday Already »

February 25, 2011

Comments

eleanor

love the rug.
i think the former arrangement of furniture worked, too, but you definitely want every drop of light you can get, and it's nice to be able to sit on the couch and still be facing the light.

special room. special people. ho ho ho.

Amanda

Love it! You are so gifted at creating a special, functional space. Can't wait to visit someday.

Kathie

Very Nice! Someone didn't even lay hardwood in that one spot - that looks like plywood! My dad told me that it was what people used to do to save money... in the 50s! Love your rug too, very nice and will probably hide the dirt and the puppy puke!

Bungalow-life

I love the bookcases. I would have never known that they weren't original to the house. It's so common for bookcases to be on the sides of fireplaces in houses of that period.

I also really love the rug. Sometimes bold is needed.

We've got a weird layout to our living and dining room too. It's basically an L shape so I feel like there's a lot of wasted space currently -- we may need a bit of a re-arrange.

The comments to this entry are closed.

photos on flickr

  • www.flickr.com
    telfandrea's items Go to telfandrea's photostream

telfer is reading

cate & jane are reading