Monday, April 26, 2010
Link Up to Mood Board Monday
Today I chose to create my dream living room. A combination of West Elm and Pottery Barn, makes this designer girl very happy. This living room is expensive, but I was dreaming and held no expense. Beautiful quality.
If you cannot afford these items, stores like Home Goods and Target will often produce replicas at more budget-friendly prices.
The paint for this room is Sequin SW6394 from Sherwin Williams
The bones of the room:
Manhattan Leather Studio Sofa (from Pottery Barn, Camel, $2699)
Manhattan Leather Studio Chair and a half (from Pottery Barn, Espresso, $2199)
I purposely chose coordinating colors in the same piece for a visual flow while preventing the space from becoming stagnate.
Manhattan Leather Studio Ottoman (from Pottery Barn, Espresso, $499x 2)
I would place these in front of the camel toned sofa.
The Zebra Rug (from West Elm, 9x12, $749) would ground the space and provide a unique flavor to the warm and modern space.
I chose to accent in antique reds with furniture that provide the pop of green an even greater impact.
Leena Media Consol (from Pottery Barn, Red, $499)
Emmet Cabinet Side Table (from Pottery Barn, Red, $399)
I would dress the windows in Espresso toned Dupioni Silk Pole Pocket Drapes from Pottery Barn (50x96, $99 per panel). The silk would add depth and texture while the espresso tone would blend with the space.
The Celeste Chandelier from Pottery Barn ($299) would provide lighting from above.
The Jewelery of the Room:
The main accessories I used were from the new Patch NYC collection at West Elm! I love this collection and it was such a privilege to design a room around these items.
I used the Pear Thistle pillows and the Ivory Rose pillows ($34 for each cover). I would place several of these all over the sofa and chair.
I would also place the framed thistle and framed rose on the wall in a vertical fashion ($34 each).
Next to the West Elm Patch NYC art, I would place horizontal and vertical pieces of Amalia Elena Veralli's Green and White Tulips-2009 (Pottery Barn, $399 each).
These art pieces would be on the wall in a collection style above the sofa...
I also chose to accent with the Hanging Bud Vases (Pottery Barn, $12.99 clearance).
The Eagan Multipanel Mirror (Pottery Barn, $699).
This mirror would be placed above the consol to hide the TV which is recessed into the wall.
I would place the Brookshire Ceramic Lamp (Pottery Barn, $199) on the side table.
I hope you've been inspired and enjoyed this room! I am happy to provide more realistic design consultations for your everyday needs too!
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