We are just now starting to unpack our madness, and most things are right where the moving guys left them two weeks ago. I've had some things in storage for several years, so it's been like Christmas opening the boxes and rediscovering lost treasures. The light was so beautiful today that I though I would snap a few pics so you could see the chaos that we are living in right now.
The white dishes were bought about four years ago from Anthropologie. The white chandelier is from West Elm (also about four years ago). I found the Paul McCobb set at a vintage store for $100 because one chair has a bad leg.
We still need to remove the old wallpaper in this room and take up the laminate floor that they put down over top of the original wood. *bangs head*
We have six fireplaces, including one in the foyer. Thrifted desk lamp that I think is from the 30's with a great Art Deco design. At one point I thought about painting it, but I'll probably just leave it alone. What do you guys think?
A lot of crazy going on in this room, but I haven't had the energy to tackle it yet besides using it as an unloading zone. The vintage sofa is getting new fabric (something I'm hoping to tackle myself) and probably going upstairs into the guest room. I found it at a thrift stores years ago for $20.
The floor-to-ceiling cabinet in the old library that I'm converting to a walk in closet. One of the selling points of the house for me;) I may have squealed for about 10 minutes.
Our vintage headboard in a lovely king size, I'm guessing from the 50's or 60's? It's been in storage forever and now we are getting it restained and reupholstered (it will remain tufted). The vintage white glass lamps were found at Goodwill.