You see, the loveseat we purchased back when we moved in here has simply fallen apart. I don't know why it hasn't lasted as well as the sofa but it hasn't and I was just tired of looking at it all sad and knowing it was not going to live much longer. I decided that until we could afford a new one, I would put it in the playroom and bring back in my super fabulous lazyboy that has served my family well for almost 10 years. Yep, we bought that when I was pregnant with Hobbit and she just turned 9 so that chair is going on 10 years old... wow. I think it looks okay in there -
|Perhaps I should have tidied up before taking the pictures... oh well, it's lived in, right...|
Since we had the dining room table moved into the kitchen portion while we took the loveseat out and brought the one chair back in, I made my second move of the evening, rotating the dining room table by a quarter. I wanted to try it this way for a while but never got around to doing it. I think it makes the room feel more open and gives a better flow around the house in that area. Pokey didn't run into it this morning so that is always a good sign...
|It' can't be centered because of the strange little wall to the right you can't see but I like it.|
My next project, the only person I have to consult with is me, and I'm fairly reasonable and creative so I think it will be a breeze. I want to reimagine my office space. I spend so much time sitting right here - working on the blog, patterns, or my night job that I want it to be more inviting and fun and functional.
|I'm thinking it will involve tiers, shelves, baskets, and possibly even cupboards... lots of love is needed either way.|