That's what is in the room we call the sunroom. The little room that's separated from our bedroom by French doors. It has great windows -- almost two walls of them.
A crystal chandelier hangs from the ceiling and a Waterford lamp is on the oak piece.
And for a nightcap, two Waterford snifters, a couple of crystal decanters of brandy and a bottle of fine cognac. All on a crystal tray.
That's the crystal in the room!
I love blue and white and have way too much of it -- the top of the piece is wonderful to store that blue and white collection. Some pieces are old while others are new and some are quite valuable while most are not. Julius Caesar watches over all.
That's the blue and white in the room!
It's also a book room for it has one wall of built in shelves which are stuffed with books.
Mostly my cookbooks but also garden books and some novels that I love. Which is why this comfy leather chair is in the sunroom. It's my reading chair and the lamp beside it is a 1920's Chinoserie lamp with the original shade. A lamp I drug to the Antiques Roadshow just knowing that I would be one of those $3000 finds (for I've never seen one like it) but, alas, it was a nice lamp from the 20's (which I didn't know) and worth about 3 times what Husband Jim paid for it (for it was a Christmas present one year).
Husband Jim's chair in the sunroom. He has no wonderful Christmas present lamp to read by but he does get the ottoman more often than I!
These are the leather in the room.
There is also an armoire in the room that holds a television and our computer. So besides a reading room it is a workroom and television room as well.
It's a much used small room and one of my favorite rooms in the house -- perhaps it's the windows, perhaps it's the chandelier or perhaps it is because I keep in touch with so many friends via the computer.