What do you think? I still have to add a few touches but it's mostly done. New hardwood floors to match what we put in the rest of this main floor last year, new gray paint, and white trim, wider baseboards, and a salvaged window turned mirror.
I changed out a few pillows on the couch otherwise, the furniture is the same. We decided not to put in armoire back in because the new office has two bookcases on that same wall and the rooms would seem to heavy on that side. There is no place else to put it in my house so I'm not sure what to do with it. It is a beautiful antique but not in the best shape.
I found these windows in at Fred's salvage in SLC. They were very dirty and look as though they are already mirrored in this picture. Nope, it's just dirt. I bought them to put over my TV in the new addition but they are heavy so I had my husband photoshop them in a picture of the room so I could see what they would look like. It looked like a smiley face with the windows being the eyes, the tv the nose, and the entertainment center the mouth. It saved us a lot of work and I like them in the living room and office.
I used Krylon mirror paint and a spray bottle of water to create the look of an antique mirror.
Biggest accomplishment: 4 great children who are amazing. I love creating in all kinds of mediums... sewing, painting, decorating, quilting, etc. Yoga and power walking outdoors are also staples in my life. I have an incredible husband with whom I've had wonderful adventures and hope to have many more.