HAPPILY EVER AFTER

HAPPILY EVER AFTER

Sunday, August 19, 2012

Wine and Dine

Last night MC fixed a delicious chicken dinner.  It had a cream sauce made with sour cream, cream of chicken soup, peas, lemon juice, paprika and a few other goodies.  Oh ---Chicken!  He served it with rice.  One of his best!
We had two open bottles of wine.  I know dear son, Steve, you would cringe at drinking opened wine after a few days, but we did.  One was red and the other was white.  Just about a glass and a half each!  Perfect!

We were sitting and  talking!  Yes, we were talking.  That's rare!

think it was the wine

Earlier in the day, MC and our dear neighbor, John With The Truck, picked up all the lumber and supplies for MC's new project!   This project will start very soon!


 



The black wood TV cabinet (Monster black box)  from Pottery Barn was the topic of conversation.  We thought that it would be over kill with the 12 foot wall unit ----painted white----.  Really how many shelves does MC need?   But, where to put it,   and what could he put his teeny TV with all the necessary cable stuff on?

I have to give credit where credit is due!  MC suggested putting the Pottery Barn monster in the Epiphany Suite.  Great, fabulous idea!  Before the table was cleared, we had it moved and the low chest we bought in Senoia,  a few years ago, in the Library in it's place.  It's painted cream and taupe vertical stripes.






 Will work on the accessorizing!  The TV is so small. It needs something, but what?
Filled the cubicles with towels and books.    Added a lamp..  That's novel!  Good for a start!
Looks like a real Hotel Room!!!  :)   Corny, but the entire Suite is!

 

This is not the way it will look!  This is only the way it will be until the room is put together after the wall unit is constructed and installed.  I'm only showing this to show what the Senoia chest is.....


 You know how the evening went and more today

Things have moved around ......again.....


 


 Ellie,  you will be thrilled to see 
THE SPARE TIRE IS BACK!
 It had to go somewhere!  It was over the Senoia chest that was moved.  and.....everyone knows
.....I LOVE






GLASS CONSOLE NOW UNDER ERICA'S BOLD PAINTING....PUT BLACK PEDESTAL TO SERVE AS  A TABLE FOR THE CHAIR TO GIVE IT "WEIGHT" . AND ....ADDED FLOOR LAMP....THINK IT WORKS?


 LOOK MC HAS HIS OWN TV CHANNEL

SOFA TABLE MAKES A GREAT  "BUFFET"   FOR THE DINING ROOM


It's never dull here!!






12 comments:

  1. Good grief!! Who would know furniture could go in so many different rooms and look so nice....until tomorrow...tune in for "As The Furniture Turns....Up Somewhere Else...."

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    1. Hahahaha!!! Oh, mom... You crack me up!

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  2. wow I am impressed all that done AFTER dinner, whew!! It makes me tired just thinking about it. I am learning that our sweet Patty is a mover and a shaker!! xo

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  3. Love all the comments!
    Mover and Shaker I am!
    and....
    AS THE FURNITURE TURNS...UP SOMEWHERE ELSE....OH THAT'S GOOD!
    As I have said. Almost everything we own can go in any room!!!!

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  4. SEE ....everyone... MY FAMILY thinks I'm nuts!!!

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  5. Wow, Patty, it all looks so beautiful. You know, the big black box is a necessary evil...I am such a fan of a mirror on mirror and yours looks fabulous!!

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  6. Oh boy.....before the plates were cleared! Once the wine was consumed there would have been just talk but no actual execution of thoughts!!!! Never a dull moment around your place......

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  7. Never dull, indeed! You two are killing it :-) I love your energy, creativity and style. BTW, what are those 2 panels flanking the console table in the dining room? I love them. Are those Chinese wall paper panels?
    xoxo,
    Loi

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  8. Loi, the panels are made in the Philippines out of egg shells and then painted. We love and cherish them. Glad you like them....

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  9. Youre a girl after my own heart. Never anything permanently placed ( my post for tomorrow!)- I love to mix it up. Great job.
    Nancy
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  10. Yup...stick around, it will change again...like my mind.

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