After deciding on the diagonal furniture placement, I noticed an empty space in the far left corner beside the exit door. I suppose I could leave it empty, or put a large plant there. Hmmm…
In the end, I decided to use a really lovely antique–a small writing desk facing the pond.
I think this would be a terrific spot to write a note, or browse the internet on your tablet. Very practical!
Of course, a desk needs a chair. So I found a cute little Victorian chair that looks good with the desk and decided to cover the seat in something unexpected…
I love that such a small space can incorporate so many places to sit, relax, read and work. This is turning out to be a room I’d love to live in!
I’ll share more about my plans for the BCDH Sunroom design in future posts. Until then, feel free to visit the BCDH website here: http://www.buckscountydesignerhouse.org/
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That chair is super cute! I love the fun of the fur! This is going to be an amazing room when it’s done. I’m glad that you decided not to go with a large plant….this is way more exciting :0)
Have a nice weekend!