So, here is the staring point. I experimented with a color palette that is not very me but thought it would be fun to try something new. Only a small part of the porch is visible from the rest of the house, so I don’t really have to worry about clashing. Since this fictitious house is located in Newburyport, MA, a center of 18th and 19th century shipping, I though a China Trade theme might be interesting.
The floors would have radiant heating and the fireplace would heat up the room nicely on cold New England days.
I like the idea of some kind of antique chest that would be fitted with a drinks refrigerator lie this one from sub zero. Continuing with the semi-nautical theme, I’m using the brass portholes that have been made into mirrors over the bar cabinet.
So, the beverages are taken care of. And the layout. But now that I see it all together, it’s just not me. I think it’s pretty and right for someone else though.
I don’t feel the buzz. Do you know what the buzz is?
For me, this is pretty buzz-worthy:
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