So. Ms. Peller (fictional) is proving to be quite time consuming. I deemed this morning a no school work zone. And while I don't have much to say, since my week has been spent scrolling through the Hancock and Moore website (and many many others, I have to see every option before making a decision...time consuming), I do have a few images to share with you.
I just realized that I specified that tortoiseshell end table for my client. LOVE it. I must be on to something or just very vulnerable darkrooms with sexy pieces.
I love the shape of those built-ins...and the cerulean blue velvet chairs, chesterfield sofa....
And lastly, a beautiful, collected, corner of what I am sure is a stunning room.
I'm Riley, a South Carolina girl born and raised. I love sweet tea, family, beautiful architecture, my wonderful husband, interior design, boiled peanuts and the lake. Trained in architecture, pursuing a passion for interior design; follow us as we design and renovate our 100 year old bungalow.
a carefree, comfortable, and thoroughly enjoyable way of living
The phrase "living the life of Riley" was commonly used among Irish soldiery during WWI. The first known citation of the phrase used in context was a letter written by Private Walter J. Kennedy and published in The Syracuse Herald on June 29, 1918. The piece was entitled "Great Life, Writes Soldier at Camp":
"This is surely one great life. We call it the life of Riley. We are having fine eats, are in great detachment and the experience one gets is fine."