Well, I still love it, BUT as humans can be, I started doubting myself about the design of the draperies. I was afraid the look was a little too stuffy....like someone's grandma's house. Well, yes, I am a grandma but I don't want my house to have that "image" don't cha know?
Would someone tell the silk plant lady that her tree seems to be leaning after moving it to vacuum??!!
I'm showing you pictures of the dining room along with more of the main part of our house so you can tell me what you think. As you can see, we have a very open floor plan.
The walls with the hutch and the windows are the ones I plan to paint Cajun Red. I'm thinking of having someone do a bronzy faux finish on the ceiling.
Notice the piece of fabric up to the window as I continue to look at it and visualize the whole picture.
The living room is directly across from the dining room, with the wood floor path separating the two rooms.
Beyond the dining room and living room, you can see the hearth room and into the kitchen at the far end of the house. It is so hard to get good pictures. Too much light, ~~ not enough light. What is the answer??
I do love my house, but I really am ready to start painting. When we first moved in my mother said she loved everything and she hoped I didn't go painting the walls right away. (She does know how I am....lover of red and anything with color! )
Why is it, no matter how old we are, we still want to please our mothers? My mother is a beige wall kind of person, although we did get her to put some color on her living room walls. I'll show you some day.