Brad and I have a thing for art. (Or maybe I do, and he just does an awesome job of putting up with me!) In our years together, we've amassed a decent collection. So here's a look at some of our collection, and a sneak peek at our "finished" first floor.
Year of the Rooster and Chicago Ghost by Dan Grzeca.
Our vintage Ironrite chair, a future refinishing project. (Not art I guess, but I liked the photo!)
A pile of art yet to find a home...
Our criminal 4-legged family. Back in October, I photographed our pups and Brad's brother's dogs, with a fitting backdrop... mugshot height scale. I love how guilty Rat looks in the bottom photo, and Airlie looks like she was in a bar fight (she was at the worst point in her demodex). Oh, my loveable rascals!
Our wool shag Bertoia chair is Zorro's favorite chair.
And to honor our sweet rat terriers, Hey, Ho, Let's Go! by Angela Bond hangs on the wall behind it.
(It's a bit too small for that wall, so it probably won't stay their permanantly. But for now, it's just fine!)
I actually don't know if our window painting by Emmy Star Brown has a name... Hmmm.
Greens by Emmy Star Brown! Thanks, Emmy!
One of my Christmas gifts to Brad this year was a painting based on one of our wedding photos. It was part of The Commission Project by Paul Ferney.
So there you have it! Next weekend I plan to post a better "house tour" than this... it's a bit hard to get photos in good lighting when I'm at work all day and it gets dark at 5. Such is life.
The holidays have come and gone. Our guests have come and gone. Now it's back to the renovating.
The electrician should be finishing up this week, cross your fingers. (Seriously. This is week 5. He said in his initial bid it would take him a week. He'd better freaking be done this week. I'm kind of tired of him.)
Brad and I need to sit down and figure out what our next moves will be. I want to paint. But that may not be the most pressing item. I just love how finished things *feel* with fresh paint. And beautiful counter tops would be even MORE beautiful when not surrounded by unfinished drywall, right? And I guess while we're at it we can re-hang the trim that we had to pull down in order to put in that new drywall... that might help with the "finished" look...
Anyway, no pics this post. Sors. We'll try to get some up soon.