I promised you guys that I was going to reveal my living room with you. However, I chose to keep this to an update because it is not quite finished. You can tell by looking at the pictures below that there is some work that still needs to be done…AND I am still missing a coffee table.
In the upper left hand corner I added some prints that I already have in the adjoining room or that I would love to add to the space. The lower level of my home is pretty much open, except for the kitchen, and trying to make the space cohesive while staying true to who I am can be a bit challenging…because I love almost everything and I collect a lot of different things. I plan on switching up my throw pillows…I have just been extremely lazy to sew them. I am also looking at some more handmade rugs to replace the one that I already have. I know…I need to get the ball rolling, but pretty much this is the basis of the room.
I really would love to incorporate this fabric into my “office” space which is located on the opposite side of the living room right in front of the sliding door—where my pink couch used to be located. This area is “still” a part of the living room but we do not use it for that purpose. I will talk about this area in a later post. Anyways, since my office is located somewhat in the living room, I would love for this space to be cohesive and compliment the living room….Honestly, I just need this fabric in my life. HAHA!
WORK…I know…I will point it out….the table to the left needs work. I like the original stain, BUT it needs work and half of this table is wood and the (faux) drawer is laminate….So at this moment, I am stump. I do not want to paint it, I would love to stain it, but I have not figured out what to do with the laminate part. See my dilemma? Any thoughts?
Want to know what my living room looked like prior to the red couch? CLICK HERE!
If you have any suggestions on what I should do with this vintage sewing desk turned side table, please let me know….I would REALLY appreciate it!
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