It was now or never, so we seized the moment for our living room makeover!
Our walls used to be a matte medium brown colour, so were the custom-sewn striped curtains and light brown lamp shades. So we decided to lighten up the room we spend so much time in.
We recently painted the main floor a Classic Cream tone by Benjamin Moore and invested in some soft, shimmery curtains. Added new cream lamp shades from Lowe’s Canada, and, new touches of white and blue accent vases and accessories from Bouclair, Bowring and Urban Barn to complement our existing brown couches and walnut coffee tables. Spotted the large art wall statement piece from HomeSense – had to have it!
Our living room is now lighter and brighter – yet cozy and warm for our family movie nights!
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Hi everyone … as promised, I’m back with my client project’s Living Room unveil. As I had mentioned before, my clients bought a home that was outdated and in need of some tender loving care. Below is what it looked like while it was listed on the market.
This is what it looks like now! A modern living room look and feel!
My clients wanted an inviting living room where they could relax, indulge and entertain with their twin little girls. All the while looking through their big bay window to welcome in the natural light. We chose the couch, rustic chairs and nesting tables, and coffee table together, while my client really, really wanted the two different eclectic table lamps. (She didn’t want a matching set.)
To play on the yellow/teal/gray colour scheme from their dining room chandelier, I brought in pretty accent pillows from Target (we’re going to miss them!) and Urban Barn while adding geometric vases from Bowring and Winners. The stylish, patterned grey curtains (from Urban Barn too) also complement the black and white pillows and silver elements in the room. My clients are big travelers so I wanted to bring in memories from their trips. So I asked them to pick three favorite scenery shots from three different trips which I then enlarged into black and white photo prints and framed for them.
When they are cooking and entertaining, this is the gorgeous view they see from their open concept kitchen counter space.
And as they walk through their front door, look over to the right side, they are welcomed by a large accent mirror. Instead of wall art, I wanted to encompass an unique piece that would be a “wow” statement as family, friends and guests entered their home. And at the same time, help to open up their main floor some more.
In our next post, we’ll unveil their warm yet functional entryway …