When Bradley’s grandparents moved to their assisted-living apartment, their home’s contents had to be cleared out to prepare for renters. Bradley and I asked for a neat little velvet loveseat they had with lots of tufting across the back and arms. The color is a dusty blue, which is not ideal, but reupholstering it doesn’t fit our household financial goals at the moment. We rearranged his desk so that the loveseat could sit beneath the window in his office. It is a perfect fit.
After finally pulling the trigger on curtain panels for the master bedroom, I decided it was time to get something up on his office windows as well. I wasn’t sure what color to pair with the dusty blue loveseat and Roaring Mountain paint color, so I stayed safe with a dark indigo blue and cream pattern.
I found more square rice paper floor lamps like the one Bradley already had and loved (but had gone through a couple of accidents as a result of relocations and curious cat events). We also placed a couple of toy train engines that came out of his grandparents’ home on the shelf with the vintage camera collection. He has fond memories of playing with the train sets at their house when he was young.