Studio Vignette (The Parlour)

I'm skipping Central foyer-Part III until the powder room is painted.

My studio is set up on the main floor, in the parlour, opposite the library. It has a north-western exposure, is very bright with four windows and is nice and spacious. I've placed my painting table in the bay window area which gives me plenty of natural light all the way to sundown. The pocket doors open up to the dining room. Both rooms have been designed to complement one other with their coordinating colours and wallpaper design, but have slight variations.

I painted this buffet 12 years ago; we were astounded how well it matches this room. The two paintings above are cherished family heirlooms from Brian's side. The two Japanese dolls in the buffet, behind the glass doors are my cherished family heirlooms.

I need to change the colour of the slipcovers and paint the coffee table - too white, but it will do for now. The wood burning fireplace is operational; it does not produce much heat, but it makes for nice ambiance in winter.