My volunteer commitments are out of control at the moment, and my family is making their discontent known. This weekend my five year old delivered an envelope (addressed, by the way, to Hethr, not "mommy") with a wrapped drawing inside and a note that read as follows: "Dear Mommy, I think we should do more things together."
It will be so.
Right now I am very lucky to be working on one space in an amazing 1970s home, filled with light from enormous windows and all sorts of quirky layouts and interesting features. The room is technically a formal dining room, but used as a homework space for the kids and sometime-office when mom works from home.
We talked about looking at options for a round table with 6 chairs or a rectangle table set up like a desk, with one big comfy "executive" chair facing a pair of more kid-friendly chairs.
Here's what my client did not choose:
Similar palette, similar vibe, different layout and all different pieces. Both honor the home's vintage while still feeling current.
What would you choose? Hopefully I will share my client's choice, if I get the a-okay.
Oh, and did you miss me?