Happy Monday, sweet readers! Sorry, I have been absent for a couple of weeks. My website has been down, and I have lost several of my posts and pictures from the last year that unfortunately cannot be recovered. Technology can be so frustrating! It has taken several days to get the site back up and running smoothly.
It is my hope that this post finds you well and enjoying your week. With more time being spent at home, I have been rethinking some of my spaces. As usual, remaking a space always involves the great furniture shuffle. Do you ever do that? It seems to have a domino effect around my house. Today, I want to share some of the changes that I have made to the sunroom.
You may remember a desk was placed below the front row of windows. My oldest son moved out a few months ago. Therefore, it made perfect sense to turn the downstairs spare bedroom into a home office for Mr. Bleu. He is really enjoying his new space, and when we get it all finished we will share it with you. We are planning on doing a English Country hunting theme. As soon as it is safe, I look forward to going antiquing to find some artwork and accessories for the office.
Replacing the desk is a most beloved piece of furniture. It is my grandmother’s settee. I originally had it placed in the sitting area on the stairway landing. However, I love it much better in the sunroom, and I can enjoy it more. It just seems to fit perfectly in the space.
You may also notice that the windows have new treatments. Since privacy isn’t an issue, I decided to take the two inch wood blinds down and replace them with these simple lace cafe tiers.
I adore the way the sunbeams shine into the room.
Thank you, dear friends, for your visits and comments. I hope that your day is filled with joy and blessings. Take care!!!