I am still working on our bedroom. I finally found a pair of lamps that I like. They are a gold leaf tole that picks up the gold of the chandy with beige oval shades that match the colour of the privacy shades we have beneath the curtains. The table on the left is actually an outdoor metal table that I had on our balcony here, but used since most of our tables are at the house in Arkansas. To the right is a malachite-topped chest in burled wood and ormolu that I like though not necessarily as a bedside table. Instead of a mirror over the bed, I put a Renoir canvas that I have had since I was in my early twenties. It is not a print but an actual canvas hand-painted by an artist (not Renoir) that is really very beautiful. It was a gift from my son's grandfather and has always been somewhere in my home wherever I've lived. I may move it, but for now, this is its home. I find that I have far more paintings, lithographs, and prints than I am going to have room for in the townhouse.
Here is a view of the larger windows in our bedroom with the curtains I am using. Unfortunately, I didn't have enough rings for them, so they are casually clipped right now, but will be put up properly when the rest of the special order rings arrive.Below is the guest room with the curtains almost finished. The silk undershade is too sheer, I think and needs to be lined to look really good.
I had to take this picture of a home office from one of my favorite design blogs, Stacy's Conspicuous Style. I love her style choices.
Below, Cluny helps me all the time. He thinks since I work on the computer, he is helping by taking a nap on it or lying on part of and purring loudly. I love it, even though he probably going to wreak havoc on all my files someday! Below, uncharacteristically, Cluny looks to be the aggressor although he is the pussycat, and Cuervo is the alpha cat. Cuervo helps, too, by mewing loudly, and walking up to me dragging a long ribbon in his mouth that he likes to play with. How can I refuse?