I’ve recently feel in love with Mid-Century Modern dressers and have been looking for the perfect one for my bedroom under this TV nook.
I know you’ve seen bits and pieces of the dining room over the last few posts – but I feel like I’ve finally got it in a finished enough state to fully show it off.
My dining room is more of a space next to the open kitchen and dining room, but I tried to give it its own style so it stands out a bit. This room is the most formal of all my rooms, and is where I keep my fine china and teacup collection. The dining room set is from the 70’s I believe, and I recovered the ugly puke green cushions as soon as I got it a few years ago. The china cabinet and china within was a birthday gift from my mother a few years back. The plates on the wall are from one of my favorite shops in London, called Utility, located next to Kings Cross Station.
I’m absolutely in love with the entire downstairs of my condo. It might be because it’s absolutely bright all day long (allowing me to take perfect photos, even at the end of the day!) or because it’s really the only part of the house that’s finished. Upstairs is still pretty much empty.
When first walking in the front door, you’re confronted with my vintage washstand on the left and the stairs to the right. My soviet vintage wind clocks are displayed on top of a piece of my grand grandmother’s crochet. The chair is from one of the famous Cumberland Riverboats that sank. I recovered the seat cushion and changed the knobs on the washstand.