Tuesday, September 17, 2013

A Beautiful Room...




this looks like an older home, maybe even a small home, which has been lovingly
decorated to make it young again.

are we loving the placement of the piano in the old bay window?
I think so.

& even though the grouping on the coffee table is large, it's proportion is perfect isn't it?

& I love the French doors lacquered black.  so sophisticated.

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NEW, NEVER-BEFORE SEEN MERCHANDISE
in the shop now.

those little LEOPARD HANDBAGS
are flying out the door, so don't wait.

the vendor will run out of them too, not just me.









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18 comments:

Coulda shoulda woulda said...

I yearn not only fir a grand piano but the space for it!

Jacqueline @ HOME said...

That's a lovely room Marsha and, not so little by British standards. As a child, we lived in quite a modest home but had a baby grand piano in the sitting room..... it didn't seem to overpower the room at all { maybe the room was bigger than I thought !! }
Have a lovely week Marsha. XXXX

FABBY'S LIVING said...

Beautiful image! I love this decoration, specially the blue and White grouping in the coffee table...I might want to do this one day! Big hugs,
FABBY

My Urban Market said...

You're right, it's a beautiful room.
xoxo

Valeria
http://myurbanmarket.blogspot.it

Mary@mydogsmygardenandmary said...

Oh what a lovely room. Love the items on the coffee table - looks terrific. Thanks for sharing.
Mary

The enchanted home said...

This is one of my favorites....love of course all the blue and white, such a classic space!!

Virginia Blue said...

I am so in love with pianos that I once bought one impulsively at an auction, simply because it had a pair of candelabra fixed to it, and I couldn't bear the thought that it might be unloved if nobody else bid. I hasten to add that I cannot play a note! But it sat in our living room for years, and all our visitors would play a tune or two when they came over.

So yes, I too love the black piano in the bay window...it's an invitation to play.

therelishedroost said...

Lovely room, its like a I love the piano and the blue and white pottery!
Best,
Karolyn

cindy hattersley design said...

The piano makes the room & the scale is wonderful!

NET-A-DRESSER said...

Such a beautiful room....if this was in my home I would never leave the house! x

Jacqueline said...

I love the piano there. We have ours in our entry. It was in the living room and when we remodeled we had to move it and I love its new home - so grand. The black doors are wonderful. Very very pretty!
Our Miss Orem has just run for Miss Utah County and won and she asked my oldest granddaughter to be her Little Miss so we are having a ton of fun! Thanks for all of your support for her - Hannah Harkness - Miss Utah County.

VM Creation Atelier said...

I find all these vases on the table as exceptionally stylish....and a black door is very good combinated with a black piano!:)*

XXX,
***Violetta***

The Permanent Tourist said...

Cozy and intimate....I love this room! Can't wait to see all of the goodies in your shop!

Love you Marsha!
Melissa

The Permanent Tourist said...

Cozy and intimate....I love this room! Can't wait to see the new goodies in your shop!

Love you Marsha!
Melissa

Scat said...

I love this room.

Heather Robinson said...

Everything about this is inviting and gorgeous, ok save for one tiny detail (which shows how picky/odd I am)--the statue on the piano. Can one play well, something wild and crazy like Beethoven or Jerry Lee Lewis with that present? Methinks not. But truly a lovely welcoming space.

Marsha Splenderosa said...

And I, the perfectionist X10, did not notice the little statue. Maybe it's an immensely valuable Remington? Maybe they take it off in order to play? I don't even like Western art, so it would have to go bye-bye.

Leslie in Portland, Oregon said...

I agree, Heather...I wouldn't play anything on that piano without moving the statue. Where it is, the statue creates the impression that the piano is never used and is merely decor, which would be a terrible waste. I'd be happy to provide that statue a permanent home...away from my (non-grand) piano!