The little train that could

Today’s installment is this little guy in Wesley Chapel. Not really “little” because it was over 3,000 sf. It had some good elements and flowed nicely, but it was just so neutral, I found myself wanting to get some glitter or bright throw pillows and just toss them in the air.

I enjoyed the small rain sticks on the coffee table. There were a few Asian influences like these scattered around, but not enough to make me dry heave. This little table (below) is a rock star. Love the curves.

The last picture was really my favorite thing. It’s the wax seals that people used back in the day. You had a long wax stick and an ornate metal die. They were usually a family seal or an initial. For scale, the shadowbox is 8 x 10, so that should give you a sense of the size of the wax blobs. As far as I’m concerned, these wax thingies are the only reason to go old school and write a letter.

Love the dining chairs. I’ve saved the best for last, though. Check out these juicy sweet cornices!!!

Yes, please.

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