His chin was resting on the toy prior to the appearance of the camera.
In spite of their disgraceful behaviour at Christmas, I think my ungrateful and uncooperative little bastards should have their own sofa (they already have their own chairs, Colefax & Fowler lined baskets, and ridiculously expensive Swedish floor cushions). These two look as if they would do quite nicely.
A Victorian oak hall seat, the pierced scrolled crest rail above button upholstered back over serpentine seat upon barley twist supports. Great for the foot of the bed.
Either in a Marvic Misa Moire Plain or a Moire Stripe, which is virtually indestructible, would be super on this.
A 17Th Century style sofa with drop arms, and it is certainly large enough for the two of them. They don't mind sharing; at least I did something right. I am thinking of a Clarence House epingle or a mohair for this. They do love a bit of mohair. Naturally.
Ellipse Dog Bed
Perfect for the more urban pooch and the more urban pooch owner.
Iron Asian Canopy Bed, a snip at $300.
Wonderful for that little lap dog that sensible people have.
For me though, this would work far better in lacquered carved wood (metal beds are a feng shui no-no) without the curly swirly corner flourishes, and with a fantastic Clarence House print on the cushion. Assuming of course, that one does not have school fees to worry about.
Thursday, 3 January 2008
Posted by HOBAC at 21:23