Happy New Year! Thank you, Paloma for asking me to be a part of your series.
My living room is where I seem to spend most of my free time.
The space has gone through a lot of transformations over the years.
I have: edited the space; added in additional layers (like my Moroccan rug from my trip is April); painted my built in bookcase gray; and swapped out my cocktail tables for a custom pair of faux-burled Parson-style tables.
I just purchased a Serge Mouille 3-arm lamp as a gift to myself and I couldn’t be any happier with my choice.
I read in this space. I throw little cocktail parties or dinners for friends. Campbell and Wallace, my two Westies, love to nap and snuggle up at the end of a long day.
I love having fresh flowers on the tables and candles glowing in the evening. I retire here to enjoy a pot of tea or cup of coffee – or a bottle of wine open.
On weekends, I typically enjoy quiet mornings with coffee and The New York Times.
I even set up the space for my two godchildren this summer for a little picnic.
For dinner on Christmas Eve, I transformed the space by adding a large rectangular table for eight – and turned the space into the perfect spot for an intimate dinner.
As you can see, I really do use this space quite a bit. It’s small, but cozy to me.
Thanks for popping by to check it out.
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