22 Jan. 1997|
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When Lydia and Chris contacted us for help with their living and dining area we immediately saw their home’s potential. This open plan is begging a new furniture arrangement and some fresh new accessories to take it to the next level.
Then of course our arc lamp will take the place of the armchair that used to be to the left of the fireplace and the two woven side tables will be brought in next to each armchair to further define each of those little sitting areas (now people will have a place to put a book or a glass of water). 12.We loved this sweet poppy art, and thought it would look great above the apothecary chest to tie more of the red and yellow accent colors over into that area for a more cohesive effect. We recently moved into our home and at the time we thought that an open floor plan would be great, however, it’s a bit of a disaster since neither of us are decorating savvy.
Our color scheme was inspired by the warm yellow walls and the amazing striped rug that we found for the room. Again bringing some of our accent colors over to the dining area is a great way to tie this big open living space together.
On top of the runner in the middle of the table, this dreamy vase combines the colors of the runner and the pendant for a polished and posh effect.
We’d love to see this woven side table (a total steal, by the way) in the place of the current sofa side table for a more casual and integrated effect when paired with the sectional.
These sweet and sculptural vases reinforce our happy color scheme and we’d love to see two of them grouped together on the right side of the mantel while the left side of it remains clear (we adore an asymmetrical mantel, and these vases are all the pop that Lydia and Chris will need for a current and modern effect).
And we’d love to see this mirror (which just happens to be majorly on sale for its size) hung above the mantel in place of the existing rectangular one to create soft smooth curves for an open and airy effect.
The last woven side table will take the place of the existing side table on the side of the sofa, and the entire seating area will come together before Lydia and Chris’ eyes.
This mood board is so bright and refreshing and loaded with sunny accent colors – just in time for Spring.
Deep chocolate furniture pieces (and new wood flooring) will balance out our punchy red, orange and yellow accent colors.
And we’d love to see this guy on top of the white apothecary chest (in place of the existing lamp) to bring more of our accent color over into that area so it feels more integrated. Plus it’ll really play off of everything from the wall color to the accessories around the room for that flawlessly cohesive and clean-lined effect. It looks gorgeous even without flowers, so the low-maintenance vibe that it brings to the room will also make entertaining easier than ever.
We also have a new floor plan for the living area, so another two of these woven side tables will also look great next to each of the gray armchairs which will be shifting a bit in the room. With everything feeling more balanced in the room, and the rug trying all the elements together, Chris and Lydia might long for a coffee table to further ground the seating area, so we dug up this one to complement the other furnishings and even the arc lamp.
And some bright crisp white will further tone down the poppy accessories for a warm and inviting space to relax and dine in style. Stuck in the corner to the left of the fireplace in the second picture above (where one of the gray chairs currently lives) this light will arc gracefully over the couch and provide cozy ambiance for anyone who wants to snuggle up and read on that side of the sofa.
You might want to try looking on Overstock or even ebay for something similar or (fingers crossed) identical. We’d love to see the room cleared and this rug placed in the center of the room, then the sectional can be placed facing the same way it used to with its front legs on the rug (it will probably shift back about two feet towards the wall, which will really open things up.
Then we’d like to see the towers on either side of the TV stand go away so each of those gray chairs can flank the TV stand (Lydia and Chris will want to angle them in towards the sofa for a cozy look). We are hoping to put in wood floors soon, so an area rug will be a must and we’d also like window treatment ideas.