One combo has ivory linen roman shades trimmed in coral and paired with a punchy coral vintage tole chandelier and pagoda print pillows (yup, you guessed it, this is all for the same house as the chinoiserie chic living room I've been sharing with you lately.)
The alternate combo has the pagoda fabric on the roman shades paired with a white vintage tole light fixture because I think a coral fixture would be too much in this case.
So which do you prefer?? I like both, but I'm leaning towards #1 because I love the red lantern paired with the marble-topped tulip table. I just love the red lantern, period.
Whichever scheme I go with I'll probably include in a pillow or two in Quadrille's Java Java or Saya Gata, two classic fretwork prints that will look fabulous with the coral laquered fretwork Chippendale chair we have. Just the one chair, as the tufted bench will actually wrap around on 3 walls leaving space for only one accent chair. Fine by me because as much as I love Chippendale chairs, they can look a bit busy as a whole set ... that's a lot of lines.
So what's your pick, combo #1 or combo #2?