We love participating in the Decorator Show House benefiting Faith Refuge every year especially since it is for such a great cause! In the past we have always done bedrooms but this year we tried something new and completed a living space.
The family room was quite large, and we played around with multiple furniture floor plans. We wanted a space that would be beautiful from the main areas of the house but also comfortable for a family to hang out and watch TV. It felt fitting that the sofa and TV should be in the center of the room, so we added the console behind the sofa to create the look we wanted from the vantage point of the entry and main living spaces in the house. We chose the Stafford Sleeper sofa because it would be perfect for a visiting guest or just to pull out for movie night lounging. The campaign dresser made a great TV console and doubles as storage.
All shades of green are hot in interior design right now and Betsy Edwards paintings were perfect on either end of the TV. The room’s color scheme and natural feel were inspired directly by these pieces. The wicker chairs were recovered in Laura Park fabric and Coralee Dining chairs made of rattan complimented them on the other side of the room.
The bay window was the perfect spot to add a breakfast table. It’s a great space for homework, reading, or eating!
Mirrors on the opposite side of the room from the big windows reflected the natural light and really brightened up that space.
Y’all know that we love doing wallpaper in a powder bathroom. For this one, we picked a neutral color in a pattern that complemented the rattan chairs and then added color to the room by hanging original art by Emyo.
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