I had seen this interior image from a cute little blog called Little Fine Day and I just loved the print hanging on the wall. I recently found out that the designer behind image is Olle Eksell, a Swedish designer. I did a little more investigating here. I would l.o.v.e. to find this print...but where, oh where?
super sad looking shelf. tons of great books, too dark of a wall color for that small of a space, in my opinion. we ended up painting the walls the same lighter green moss color. trim = whitish. you can tell I've very particular about my paint colors. oh and hire me, I work real hard. as seen here:
you can see the sweat forming if you look really close.
let's get to the after:
goodness gracious, these photos are grainy! I guess you get the idea. found this cute little pair of blondie wood chairs at Goodwill for $12. We constructed the bookshelves. I hung that cow photo upside down, because I wanted to be avant-garde (and because it was a cool reflection shot).
all shelving was handmade. I like the organic branch leg. heirloom mirror, with a nice (walnut?) wood frame. way more open and airy than before. overall, a success. so cottage-y.
ok, so looks like there will be a part 3 posted later today. last and final...thanks for reading!