Because I was able to sit on this sofa before I purchased it, there were no surprises when it arrived. I am very happy with my choice. The cushions are foam wrapped in down so they're very comfortable and easily fluffed. It's long enough that I (and Todd who is 6ft tall) can layout on it and it's deep enough that we can both lay on it. It's hard to tell from the pictures how big it really is.
I love the English roll arm.
My coffee table is an antique Lineberry factory cart. It's from an old cotton factory and has been fully restored. I picked this one specifically for the dark color and daisy wheels.
Here is a link to the idea board that I made before I moved in. A few changes but pretty similar. I still need two chairs to face the sofa. Hopefully something tufted or with nailhead trim. I also need more accent tables, lamps, a new chest for the entry and a side chair (for purse dumping when you walk in the door), and then a TV that actually fills the space above the fireplace. If you remember the pictures I posted when I first moved in, the fireplace is to the right in all of these pictures. The curtain rod needs to be adjusted, drapes need to be pressed, and the ugly plastic blinds need to be replaced with wood (long term project).
I really like how it's come together so far. The muted area rug was a random find that turned out absolutely perfect. Area rugs with prints are tough- if the colors are right, the design isn't and if it's just the right color and design, it's $3000. I got very lucky with this one!
Sofa- Carlisle from Pottery Barn
Side Table- World Market
Striped grain sack pillows- Ralph Lauren from Homegoods
Cream pillows- Pottery Barn
Buffalo check drapes- Custom made
Area Rug- Ballard Design
Basket- World Market