Bucks County Designer House Process: Desk and Chair

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!

A Victorian writing desk, similar to the one shown here, will be used in the corner, facing outward to maximize the view.

A Victorian writing desk, similar to the one shown here, will be used in the corner, facing outward to maximize the view.

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…

A similar Victorian chair will be used at the small desk in my Sunroom Project.  I plan to cover the seat in a long-haired Flokati fabric to update the chair.  Isn't that so cool?!

A similar Victorian chair will be used at the small desk in my Sunroom Project.
I plan to cover the seat in a long-haired Flokati fabric to update the chair. Isn’t that so cool?!


The most recent update to my floor plan includes a small Victorian Desk and Chair, with the Duchesse Brisee in one corner, angled to address the main seating area in the right corner of the space.

The most recent update to my floor plan includes a small Victorian Desk and Chair, with the Duchesse Brisee in one corner, angled to address the main seating area in the right corner of the space.

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/
Make sure you take the time to post a comment here and let me know what you think about my latest plans for this room. I LOVE to hear from you!
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One thought on “Bucks County Designer House Process: Desk and Chair

  1. 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!
    Terry

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