This is a challenging room for us. It is an odd space connected to the kitchen with an 18 foot long window, and a few other hurdles. So layout has been difficult. We have a sectional that we have to use, which throws a wrench into it, and other furniture that wasn't purchased for the space, and due to budgeting constrictions, and not wanting to be wasteful it's going to have to be a collaboration of old, very little new, created (I've started a small textiles Co.) and collected over the years. Which, when I think about it, is exciting. Here is some inspiration I'm pulling from:
I love the mix of graphic patterns.
The pop of turquoise on the couch is brilliant combined with the rustic coffee table.
Sea green, moss and yellow, who would of thought it would look so serene!
I have to say, this space just makes me swoon, I love it. The ikat, settee and graphic print curtains... oh how I miss Domino Magazine!
I know my family, and this space would be grey in a day from our Santa Fe dirt, but I admire the design, and the sectional placement is exactly how I have to place mine.
I'm not sure my husband would go for the pink and eggplant velvet, but it's so cozy looking.
I love the art placement and combination choice.
Above and the next two photos are from Nancy Meyer's Movies, who always has the most impeccable homes in her films! I find myself hardly following the movie (which are always fantastic) and going crazy over the rooms!
Something's Gotta Give
I just bought this bean bag cover from pottery barn for our playroom (Isla thinks it an Owl???).
I really like the pops of color and metallic choices.
I LOVE THIS SPACE! If only I had an amazing picture of our little one like that!
This Brooklyn Home is truly creative and beautiful, it really inspired our kitchen design and bookshelves/fireplace we just built.
Hope you enjoyed and found a bit of inspiration as well!