Decorating our green room (guest bedroom/sitting room) 
allows me to indulge my love for Shabby Chic,
Romantic Cottage and Garden Cottage – all rolled into one.


roomtothediningroom. Thewindowsfacewestandtheafternoonsunwas
heatingtheroom. TheshadesImadeyearsago for the green room Ialteredtofit the 
dining room windowsTheybetterfitthedecorandthecolorscheme. 

Now, the question was what to put over the windows in the green room. I was visiting a friend and loved the shades she had in her dining room. They have straps front and back that come from near the top and all you need to do is roll the shade and tie it up.  I made three shades to fit the windows and added tie top curtains to add more privacy and softness. I am LOVING the look – Dearest does too. 


I found these sconces and this angel-head shelf at Goodwill a 
while back they work perfectly as I have angels and 
fairies floating all round this room.
I found these largecabbagy roses and variegated silk ivy at my friend Marias storeRooms U Love and knew theyd be perfect accents for the sconces and the shelf.



Autumn typically is golds, orangesrusts and browns
I wanted to change up the RomanticGardenShabby Chic – Green rooms decor to reflect the season and sought softer 
shades of Autumn to decorate tableshelf and dresser tops.



My focus was on painting faux pumpkins whitekeeping muted shades of green
pink and yellow touches of pewter as well as mercury glass



I changed the bedding to a quilt – also from Marias store!
I have one more window to cover – and that part will be complete.


At the couch I love having this round table – it serves well
for tea time. I am still searching for things to fill the shelves,
or I may leave them as they are. I scattered a few silk
fall leaves as additional decor. 
Along with the angels and
softer autumn colors, I love the use of dried roses to 
add a sense of time and romance.
Shabby Chic, Romantic Cottage and or Garden Cottage –
whichever look you’d care to describe our green room – 
I am loving the new curtains and the softer side
of Autumn.
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