Here’s a little corner of my livingroom that I thought you’d enjoy seeing. When you come in the frontdoor of our house & look up the stairs, this is what you see. This window treatment was made by my mom & luckily, I was able to find a window in this house to use it on when we moved. I originally had the floral fabric in my old den in GA & found the silk bee fabric at a yardsale way back when. Mom reworked it for me & turned it into this. I still love this treatment & with 2 of them, they work great on this single window at the top of the stairs.
This little Italian gilt table was a $10 yardsale find from GA. I found these pretty black urns at TJ Maxx & have a pair of them. The floral oil painting was painted by my hubby’s grandmother & she gave it to us. My wall color here is Sherwin Williams, Whole Wheat, in case anyone wants to know! I have really enjoyed this color, it’s a great backdrop for my fabrics.
I love these urns & I can use them in lots of places around the house.
Closeup of the iris oil painting.
Here’s a better shot of the mirror. You can see the old etching with a blue/green color. It’s so pretty!
Lots of yardsale accessories adorn the top. I did add that little wood shelf on top & screwed it down, so that I could put some things up there. Stained it to match the mirror.
Found the little black painting & velvet round box at a yardsale. The tole tray was from Ebay.
Here’s a beautiful piece of crown molding that I got several years ago. It was too pretty to throw away, so I’ve carried around with me & it fits above this doorway going into the hallway.
I stained it too & love the detail of it. It really adds some architectural detail to this doorway.