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Check it out. I actually did something I planned to do, in the timeframe I planned. Wonders never cease.
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Pretty close to the mockup, right?

Im happy with how it looks but I think it needs a little something extra to make this "vignette" complete. Not sure what - a table maybe but Im not convinced thats right either. Am I over thinking it or should I add something more? If the latter, what should I add?

31 comments:

  1. This is beautiful! hmm I can't think of anything else you could add. You did such a great job :)

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  2. I could see some sort of potted house plant with vertical proportions, or even a large glass vase that sits on the floor.

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  3. Stunning! I think it looks fine as is (the chair anchors the art and it looks like it brings the chair to scale now!).

    Although I COULD also see a directoire table there as well. Though I know you already have one in your LR....OK, so I sorta stalk your home decor, don't be scared. =]

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  4. Looks fabulous and it improves the scale of the chair - congratulations on getting it done on time. (I wonder if the lack of summer in NY is helping in this respect?)

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  5. That looks great!

    It does look like something else should be added, but I can't really put my finger on it. A scone on the other wall, perhaps? I'm not sure. Like Elizabeth said, a tall houseplant would probably look nice.

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  6. How about a little directoire table next to the chair? Janell
    Oh, I just scrolled up and saw someone else already suggested this!

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  7. love it! I think a little table would be amazing there!

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  8. I say a small area rug. Maybe a round or a square? Also a plant or a floor lamp. Something vertical.

    They look great though! Nice choices.

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  9. How about pulling the chair out a bit and putting a period floor lamp in the corner. Love the prints.

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  10. I think you need something at mid-height. A floor lamp behind the chair? The prints look beautiful.

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  11. i think it looks great!!!, but it does need something mid height so there isn't such a jarring difference. I agree that maybe a funky floor lamp or a wrought iron candle stand of some sort would look good. Have I mentioned that I LOVE LOVE LOVE these prints? :-)

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  12. It sounds like a standard lamp (that is what I call a floor lamp) is the favoured choice. I love your canvasses - they have worked brilliantly, xv.

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  13. I was thinking small area rug or tall floor lamp behind the chair as well. Maybe not too tall perhaps one that meets the top of the bottom canvas? I dunno I usually turn to your site for design inspiration. hahaha

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  14. I'm also seeing some kind of sleek floor lamp; maybe something w/ a clear/crystal-type base. I never post but I love your blog!

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  15. Perfect as is! Clean and chic!

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  16. Oh, I love it! So stylish. I can see a very petite demilune or side table there. You know, just a place to land your favorite mag and beverage. :-)

    Chic and lovely.

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  17. Oh, wow!! :) I think it might be nice with something to give a little height, maybe a table or tall vase like the others suggested. But it really looks fab as is too. :)

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  18. I would add a 2-3 foot plant- mother in laws tongue would be great- maybe in a textured basket. Or even a little garden stool.

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  19. I love how it looks. How about a silver mirror leaning against the wall where the chair is? I would also add a plant next to the chair to play with some height. What do you think?

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  20. The chair doesn't seem near as tiny with the prints up. I lurves it. I also scooted my bum over to the site where you had the prints made and now just have to decide what I want made up!

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  21. I love this corner of your room Mrs L. The prints look fantastic and they have given the chair a whole new look.

    I love the colours in here :-)

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  22. Found your blog while blog hopping. Your house makes me drool! Absolutely stunning! In my dreams I live in a house like yours. You've done a first class job all the way. Bravo.

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  23. I love it just the way it is : )

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  24. It looks really wonderful. The black in the prints, with the b&w pillow, and dar legs. Nice :-) Umm, what does it need? how about a reading lamp, like a tent-shade floor lamp. Or a plant?

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  25. I think it looks great!!

    Let it evolve a little. Live with it and, if you still feel like it needs something, it'll pop out when you find it.

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  26. loveeeees. what size are they...thnks for your pillow help..

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  27. You are the bomb....I love it! I think it's perfect as is. If I would add anything at all, it may be a larger pillow.

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  28. Love it! Maybe you could add a lamp behind the chair like this?

    http://www.rejuvenation.com/graphics/products/big/Z007509.png

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  29. Thanks for everyones suggestions. I think a lamp would look very nicer (Mandy's and Emilys suggestion are particularily perfect in my mind) but I have no plans on sitting here to read so its sort of a farce. Its really just for quit sits while dressing.

    The Directoire table is another great suggestion. I hadn't even thought of that one. I could move the one I have in the living room up here and use a different one downstairs. Genius.

    Im not sure if I mentioned this in my living room posts but I sort of skeeve indoor plants. Not the little potted ones or orchids but anything big and leafy with a huge pot of dirt is not for me. Style be damned, the inside is for mammals only :)

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  30. Maybe a tall vase of dried branches/sticks/bamboo behind the chair? Agree with all the comments re: verticality.

    Hang a long skinny pendant?

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  31. bigger pillow, some of sort of rug and plant, dont light the idea next to fireplace..

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