Saturday, August 2, 2008

It's In!

On Thursday night we moved in the sofa! I was a little shocked when it first went in the room because it's really tall. In the past few days I have been able to adjust and now it does not look so out of place. The down-filled seat is great and watching tv with all the pillows is so comfortable. For its first photoshoot I included a few Vera scarves that have potential for becoming pillow cases.


Besides moving the sofa in the room, I have been able to start placing other furniture and accessories back in. For like ever has been rehung with a different table underneath. The cubes below are old and I am looking for new fabric to make slipcovers. I have a few ideas.


Here is the fire place in all white. I like the art on the mantel compared to the circle mirror. The chairs need moved around, but I have not finalized on an official floorplan yet. I am so excited to start figuring out how to pull the whole room together.

5 comments:

Dianne said...

You should be excited...it's going to be wonderful. I love all the contents and know the arrangement will be perfect when you finish. I like the grouping on the mantle a lot!

Linda at Lime in the Coconut! said...

Yum......

steve said...

Your experience trying to find a sofa lead me to write. I bought a Henredon that was delivered in April and, while it is clearly quality workmanship, we've been terribly disappointed because of the way it sits: the backs were so big when it first arrived, that we were bent over when we sat down. The company is sending new ones this week, but I think we're ready to move on. Has anyone bought the PB Basic at Pottery Barn or the Baby Grand at Rest. Hardware? Ideally, we'd like about 85-88 in. long and about 38 in. deep, but that's hard to find. And we're still debating a standard or down cushion. I didn't know that finding a sofa would be soooo hard.

elena said...

Loving the sofa!!! Where is it from?

Style Court said...

Izzy Lou -- I love the style sofa you selected and am sorry I'm just now commenting on it!

You have flair -- those Vera scarves as pillows are genius :)