Our sofa is the Rowe savoie sofa and the chaise is by Whole Home. We knew we wanted a chaise because the seating always felt a little spread out in the living room, and when we decided on this one I knew I wanted to make an oversized pillow for it. I printed and sewed my treehouse pillow in a 24" version this weekend and I absolutely love it. I may just have to introduce this size of pillow in my line next season. A pair of these would be lovely on a bed.
Aside from our new furniture so much of what completes our home is second hand. The end table, lamp, and frame (of a favorite Gosia print) are all from either the Re-use Centre in Burlington or Bibles for Missions on Upper Wellington in Hamilton- my go to thrift shops in the area for great pieces and good prices. I found a pair of these lamps at the Re-use Centre not long ago and picked them up because of their size, shape, and the fact that the shades were in such good condition. I thought I might spray paint them, but Jeff thinks they look classy just like this. I agree.
I also completed all the framing projects I had for this room. Above is a drawing I did in University. It's my favorite and very sentimental to me. A girl curled up in a nest with two other eggs.
Above our fireplace I had a mix of framed photos all in black frames. I have wanted to lighten this for a while and so I added some gold, white, and wooden frames instead. A mix of family photos, reverse appliques from thailand, prints and paintings by friends, and the sailing ships print and little gold mirror, both also found at the re-use centre.