We've made some progress on the den at Novella Farm, in Orlando, Florida. I posted the original plans for the den, which was the final room to complete in the renovation of the home. I visited Orlando and shot some photos of the space as it's starting to come together. The back half of the room is still being used to store books (they named their farm Novella for a reason!) so the game room portion isn't complete yet.
Here's a recap of the original plan:
The Lawson-Fenning Thin Frame Lounge Chairs got switched out for a slightly more family-friendly West Elm option. The Cara sofa from Mitchell Gold Bob Williams is just dark enough to hide spots, but still feel bright in the room. Pillows, rug, and coffee table from Anthropologie. (Pillows and rug were purchased last fall, but similar here and here.)
The homeowners have an actual farm, with cows, goats, chickens, and plenty of other birds all around. I know them well so when I suggested a peacock table, I had a hunch they'd go for it. I like how it adds some whimsy into this room. Table from Anthropologie. (Wooden and brass bowl are vintage.)
I love the details on the coffee table with the combination of wood, brass, and marble.
We're still working on the rest of the space but it's fun to see it come together with the placement of all the new furniture.