The wall above -before photo- is now virtually all glass with French doors to terrace.
The placing of the 110 year old light fitting and slightly younger (but not much) glass shade took Trevor longer to mount successfuly yesterday that it took me to mount the canopy and drape the Chinese faux silk satin panels
Source book- Panels- vintage buy from 1) The Pier and 2) ebay (seven years apart)
Canopy- kitchen batterie de cuisine painted
Wall sconce- bought from Campagne-sur-Aude vide-grenier from stall being hosted by our Mayor.
Circular embroideries worked on the same basic transfer design in 1920’s and 1930’s, but in totally different styles and shades 1) ebay and 2) junk shop (eight years apart).
Florentine miniature flower paintings- inexpensive souvenir stuff, basically, but they are proudly signed and rather lovely.
1920’s Barbola mirror – charity shop in UK
I lie awake admiring it.