I got more emails about the Lemon Tree fabric than anything else. Sadly, I can't share a source with you for this. The fabric was a lucky find from a small fabric store in Atlanta near my mother's house. I bought what was left on the roll and haven't seen it or been able to find it since. If you want to have a go at locating it yourself, the fabric is by Greeff for Schumacher. The name on the selvage is "Lemon Tree". The store I where I found it is Budget Upholstery. Information about them here. (They also made the slipcovers for my Mid-Century barrel chairs years ago and have reupholstered sofas and chairs for me. If you're in the area, I highly recommend them)
Metal stool/ Leopard print fabric/ Cowhide rug/Yellow velvet fabric. The rattan armchairs were an estate sale find.
My huntboard was styled mainly with things I already had. The bird picture was given to me by my mother. The chinoiserie lamp and mirror were thrifted, and the "Kimberly" brick was a happy find that was uncovered during a historic home restoration a few years back. My husband found it in the basement and presented it to me as a gift. The bust/planter was a new purchase. I altered the color by pouncing on small amounts of leftover gray, cream and beige paint. When that was dry I rubbed on a thin layer of Minwax wood stain to give it some age.
The needlepoint leopard and the pottery planter were both estate sale finds - not at the same time.
All estate sale/thrift finds
Wall paint is Benjamin Moore's Moonlight White. This room is blessed with a southern exposure that is unobstructed by trees or shade of any kind, so the light is wonderful all day long.
I have one more post planned for this room, and it addresses my heavy use of vintage and "found items". If there's anything else you're curious about, shoot me an email!
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