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These images are just a few of the pieces I’ve chosen for the project I was telling you about in the November 21st column. The cocktail table above is one of my favorites. It’s made of reed, bamboo and has a wood top. I love that’s it’s traditional, functional and casual. It has a very nice, classic appeal to it.
The mirror above is quite ornate and has a rusted finish. I love that it’s Victorian inspired, perfect for the older home project I’m working on.
Conversely speaking, this option is contemporary. I’m not a big fan of contemporary but in some projects it’s called for.
This bar cart is another classic choice. I love it’s “swank” appearance. It would look great in the corner of my client’s living room with a big vase of fresh flowers, wine and glasses, and other goodies for party noshing.
I love blurring the lines of furniture use, as do the manufacturers of this rain drum. The rain drum, cum cocktail table has a Bohemian feel to it. It gives an unexpected element to many styles of decor.
Stay tuned in the coming months for more projects “in the works”. I’ll be sharing more on this project, and others in the coming weeks and months.
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