Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Traditional Living Room Challenge

A good friend of mine recently moved into the new home that she and her husband built.  Eric and I went to see it for the first time a few weeks ago.   Her living room is an open concept with the kitchen.  It only has one solid wall on which their TV is mounted.  They have a natural stone fireplace in the corner of the room.  The walls are a warm beige with dark handscrapped hardwood floors. She mentioned that she might want to do a leather sectional, and my wheels started spinning.  She has very traditional taste and loves, loves the color red and other warm tones.  Quite a challenge since I love all things turquoise.  I played around for about an hour tonight and this is what I came up with~

**This is my first time building an Olioboard, so please forgive how amatuer it is.

Henry Sectional by West Elm
Fringed Hand Loomed Rug by Pottery Barn
Holbrook Coffee Table by Home Decorators
Sidney Storage Drum by Home Decorators
Wavy Table Lamp by Robert Abbey at
Leonzio Mirror by Uttermost
Schumacher Bleeker Pillow in Absinthe by Etsy seller Lab Designs
Schumacher Chinoiserie Chiang Mai Dragon Aquamarine lumbar pillow by Etsy seller Aurelia6311

It's certainly not professional quality, but it was a fun little game for me!

1 comment:

  1. I love that the chair you posted is made in the USA! Recently saw this eye opening video on Diane Sawyer's show. If each of us spend just $64 each year on something made in the USA, we would create 200,000 American jobs.