Look at me being a good blogger.....I am writing this on Monday because I will be gone all day to Madison on Tuesday for a little install.  

Last time I went down we installed a sectional and some barstools.

They had the rug so I worked around it!  There was also a leather sofa and chair so I split it up.  Standing in the entrance of this room if you turn around there is another room with a large fireplace.  I put the sofa in there.

So I needed a coffee table, and console table and pillows which I did a post on recently! 

Only problem is I don't think the pillows will make it.  Dang....cause I spent a lot of time curating those suckers.  

**They arrived last night at 7 pm!


This is a before picture...all that yellow pine was painted BM Revere Pewter. This is the room with the fireplace and you can see the other room behind it.

Before the renovation.....

So you can see the rug....which I moved into the other room.....

This is the wall where we need a console table.

The chest will be moved somewhere else and the console is longer

Y'all know that I always do a little flea market shopping for my is important to have that collected look in every my humble opinion:)

I scored these 2 pieces....a small piece of art and this black thing.....haha.

I think this is an old wicker suitcase of something but I love the patina on it!

Since she is an art historian I scored some old art books.....

And I was on the hunt for an old copper or brass lamp....and there she was as I came around the corner.  Changing out the lampshade to a lighter one.

Also hanging curtains in the dining room.....

I'm pretty pumped to see the new changes!

I have a crazy week y'all.....Tuesday in Madison....Thursday I am driving to Greenville for the day to help a friend with lighting for her new house!  Friday I have another small install.....whew.

Cami is not going to be happy about all this.  



AnneHH said...

Love ALL of these changes and seeing the reno in stages and hearing your thought processes. BRAVO!! Hope the busy week is a happy and productive and easy one!! xo

debra @ 5th and state said...

Always love your renovations Sherry. what a change with those walls!

have fun in High point country

Susan DuBose said...

Sherry! You’re coming to Greenville?!? Please come to my shop, Cottage Grove Vintage Market, and ask for me! I’ve followed you for YEARS and would love to meet you in person but mostly bc I think you’d like my shop.

KDHobbs said...

Lovely changes, Sherry. If by some odd chance your client decides not to use the black and white architectural etching, please let me know! I collect those and would gladly by it from you. Thanks!

La Contessa said...

GREENVILLE, MISSISSIPPI?I am reading books by JULIA REED.........given to me by MAKE MINE A SPRITZER.BORROWED I SHOULD SAY.........I LOVE THIS WOMAN, I found her after she PASSED this year of CANCER.DO you know who I am talking about?She was from GREENVILLE, MISSISSIPPI!!!
AS I was reading her third book I finally had to google GREENVILLE to see who it was NAMED AFTER I WAS MY RIGHT!!!!
In fact his wife invented the COTTON GIN!But back then women did NOT get credit for those kind of things!Her TUTOR for her children was ELI WHITNEY.........ring a BELL from 10th grade AMERICAN HISTORY!!!!!!!
ANY TOWN or CITY with GREEN in it has something to do with MY ANCESTOR!
HE spelled his name with an E at the end............
ANYHOW,I FELT THE NEED TO TELL YOU!SO when your trotting around the SOUTH you can snap photos for ME!!!!
A NEW PROJECT!!!!!!!!!
I know you're smiling!!!!

barbara said...

The thing about cabins...there can be WAY too much wood for my taste. Then most folks add wood furniture of course, but EGads, it's all too much for me! I like the way you have broken up the wood and still kept it cabin in feel. Always nicely done Sherry

Madison is such a charming place!

Louisa B said...

Your designs are fantastic, do you have any recommendations for staging homes to sell?

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