This room was worth the work, and it really has been a lot of work. Layer upon layer of painting, and sanding, and painting again, and then finally glazing. But it is a beautifully functional space. It all started here, with Willow Decor’s butler’s pantry:
I fell in love with this room, and I knew I wanted to incorporate one into the new space. So I started looking around to see how I could make it my own unique look. We loved these “X glass doors” from Christopher Peacock:
Then we put it all together:
And the walls: I troweled on a fine milled plaster, neutral in color, with a hint of shimmer. They add to the formality of the room.
This is one of those times that I wish I was a better photographer. The cabinets are white, but they have a metallic glaze that almost gives them the look of a polished sea shell.
A fun little add that my husband wanted, great storage:
So to summarize this week of posts, we started with one, not so functional sitting room:
And ended up with three new spaces:
A wide shot look at all three spaces:
This is an up-close shot of the dark wall you see above:
Thanks for hanging with me all week. Have a safe and happy hurricane weekend!
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