Our Living Room: Before And After

I am fueled, for the most part, by instant gratification and so the idea of getting our house in shape slowly has been one that I've had to adjust to. When we moved in almost two years ago—almost two years ago!—there was so much I wanted to change and fix and decorate that it felt like I'd never get it to a place where it felt like home.

But it turns out that changing and fixing and decorating are three of my most favorite things ever, so the fact that it's been a constant work in progress—and will continue to be a constant work in progress—hasn't really bothered me as much as I thought it might. (Although as I write this, our toilet is sitting in our garage while Sean smashes up the bathroom in preparation for our next major reno, so maybe read that line back to me two weeks from now when my bath is still full of rubble.)

I really do think that the best rooms evolve slowly over time—you wait for that rug to go on sale, you stumble across that perfect estate sale find, you make your own side tables bit by bit over several months. There's something quietly thrilling about the process of threading it all together, and even though it feels like you'll never be done, there's a moment when you finally stop, put down your glass of wine on the table that is conveniently located exactly where you want to put down your glass of wine, and realize that everything in the room makes you happy. 

I'm done. My living room makes me very, very happy. 

But it wasn't always that way, of course. To demonstrate, I shall take you back to a dark time in my life that I like to call....The Before. 


When we first moved in, the biggest challenge we faced with our living room was that crazy wooden block over in the far corner. We couldn't get rid of it (it's a cut-out to accommodate the headroom needed by the staircase below) and while we tossed around a few ideas for using it as a side table—or even throwing a few pillows on it and calling it a reading nook—the placement of it just seemed really random and awkward. 

So after much rumination and many furniture arrangements sketched on the back of old Target receipts, we decided that if we couldn't beat that random block of wood in the corner of the room, we'd join it. Specifically, we'd join it together with a whole bunch of other pieces of wood and turn it into a built-in bookcase. 

Actually, we didn't do this at all. We worked with an amazing carpenter—whose services I bid on through his daughter's school auction because his wife worked at my old company; try saying that three times fast—and he, in turn, hooked us up with this mysterious dude in Santa Cruz who built the bookcases, delivered them to our house, and installed them for us without us ever having met him. (If you're in the Bay Area and want the details on either of these guys, let me know and I'll hook it up. They were both absolutely fantastic.)  

After that we basically just threw a bunch of our furniture into the room and called it good. For at least seven or eight months. 

A little while after that, we finally hung some artwork—all photos Sean took during our six months in Asia—and bought a rug I'd been visiting on Overstock for an entire financial quarter. We also bought a new couch, but there was something wrong with it after a few weeks, so they came to pick it up and fix it and left us a loaner in its place. 

This was the only period of my life during which I started to loathe the color turquoise.

But now the loaner couch is behind me, thank goodness—as are all the thoughts I tried to repress about who else might have sat on it and what they might have done while doing so—and I am pleased to report that my living room exists firmly in After territory.

It looks a little bit like this: 


Sadie says she likes it, even though her expression may be telling you otherwise. 

I got that geography book at an estate sale for $1, and it's probably the second thing I'd rescue from my burning house in the middle of a fire. The third would be the buttery-soft ottomans I lusted over for many years and now frequently stroke when I think no-one's looking. 

I found the coral lamps one day on a whim in Marshalls and texted a picture of them to Sean, who was waiting in the parking lot. We were on our way to the airport and I almost missed my flight waiting in line to buy them, but it was worth it once I got home and googled how much they were supposed to cost compared to what I'd paid for them. I'm not a particularly sporty person, but I get my fair share of adrenaline kicks hunting down home furnishing bargains in suburban discount stores. 

I painted the wall behind the TV a dark moody gray one day last January when Sean was off snowboarding. It was a total whim and I wasn't sure what he was going to think when he came home. For three quarters of the time I was doing it, I was pretty sure I was making a mistake, but it all came together at the last minute and now I love it. 

You look into the living room from the kitchen/dining room—hello, chalkboard with the weekly menu on it!—and it always makes me quietly pleased to see my books arranged by color like that. I know a lot of people have a lot of things to say about organizing your books by color, but I haven't yet tired of the way it looks, and I tend to remember my books by their covers anyway, which makes it easier to locate the one I'm looking for.  


I also like seeing all the little bits and pieces I've collected on my travels. That shell above came from a beach in the Bahamas, and I'm still not entirely clear on whether I was actually allowed to take it out of the country. The little bowls came from a market in Cape Town, and my friend Melissa found that vintage jigsaw puzzle at an estate sale and sent it across the country to me in a pizza box. 

And that's it: one living room that's supremely comfortable, matches my style exactly, and is a generally pleasing place to spend an embarrassing amount of time watching trashy reality television. There are a few more pictures here, if you're interested, and I'm happy to answer any questions. Unless they're about that loud crash that just came from the half-demoed bathroom, that is, because on that I plead sweet and blissful ignorance. Call me if the tub falls through the ceiling, but not before. 

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Chloe
Apr 25, 2012

Jaw dropping. Those coral lamps! That tufted bench! The color-coded books! I love all of it, and Sadie looks oh-so-very regal, too. Perfection.

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Jo
Apr 25, 2012

Love love love. The whole 'bookcase-inspired-by-a-crazy-wooden block' is genius and looks like it was there all along! I have serious living room envy all the way from NZ... Great job and good luck with the bathroom, looking forward to its before and after :)

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Amy
Apr 25, 2012

I freaking love your style, Holly, and your redecoration posts are my favourite. Those side tables... <3 and the bookcase, and the chevron cushions, and the photos, and the dark grey wall, and... everything, actually. Can't wait to get out of a student flat and be able to redecorate my own house. Can I have your life, please?

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Pretzel Thief
Apr 25, 2012

::plonk::

OMG.

OMG!!!

Your decorating prowess makes me cry tears of pretty decorative joy. YO, WOMAN, you are freakin' BRILLIANT!

That is all. Also? That geography book? Me wantey!

(ALSO-also, when my husband and I moved into our new apartment a few months ago -- photos of which I put up yesterday on my blog -- I was inspired by you in many ways. 'Cause, DUH, you're the Interior Decorating Queen. All hail Queen Holly! Heh heh.)

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minni
Apr 25, 2012

Love the whole room of course. But The Pillows! Oh! The pillows! I have a dark gray sofa and I need pillows like that (or are they called cushions when they're not in the bed? don't know, I'm not a native English speaker) Where did you get them? Did you buy fabric and sew the covers, or buy the pillows whole or what?

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Shannon
Apr 25, 2012

I love this room...and that rug is to die for! I still haven't finished my living room completely, and am having trouble due to the fact that it is really long and not that wide. I like your ideas, and may steal some! Thanks for sharing!

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Pretzel Thief
Apr 25, 2012

Um, yeah, I really should've put a comma between "pretty" and "decorative" in my sentence above...this way it's just "pretty decorative". Bah! (...heh heh.)

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KT
Apr 25, 2012

Ummm I really love that rug. Nice job with the decorating!

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Nichole
Apr 25, 2012

It looks wonderful! Great idea on the bookshelves.

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Ris
Apr 25, 2012

Holly this is absolutely beautiful! Seriously stunning. Can you come do my living room now, pretty please?

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Anna Louisa
Apr 25, 2012

It's perfect! So beautiful...it looks polished yet liveable. And where did you get those fantastic pillows?

http://anna-gemutlichkeit.blogspot.com/

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Susan
Apr 25, 2012

Love the room re-do. In fact, I love it so much I kind of want to pin it . . . but can't. Have you disabled pinning on purpose? (No worries if so, just wasn't sure if you were aware.)

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Terri
Apr 25, 2012

That bit with the bookcases built in over the existing block is just brilliant. And the rest of it is lovely of course. You should have your own show on HGTV.

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Chelsea
Apr 25, 2012

Yeah, I ran in to the same problem with pinning that Susan did. Obviously if this is intentional then that's fine, but in case it's not then you may want to be aware of that!

But it's so lovely! You must be thrilled.

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Amy
Apr 25, 2012

This is amazing, Holly! I still want to come hang out sometime :) This room is inspiring!

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SO GREAT. Wow, really really wonderful. I can't stop staring at it. You did an amazing job!

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Janet
Apr 25, 2012

Holly, it's BEAUTIFUL! Just beautiful.

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KWu
Apr 25, 2012

Note to self to stop at Marshall's more often...my parents have often extolled the virtues of their discounts on home goods. Incidentally, did you intend to make your photos unpinnable now? Certainly understandable if that's the case, I just wanted to check because I wanted to pin those coral lamps to my furniture/fixtures board as lighting that I like.

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jen
Apr 25, 2012

Adding those bookshelves made the room. Brilliant. Everything else is lovely and it's nice to see that I'm not the only one taking my sweet time to finish a room. Our living room is currently empty except for curtains, a donated rug and matching chairs i bought off craigslist. it will come together one day, i just have to find all the other pieces!

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Elizabeth
Apr 25, 2012

I feel like you wrote about choosing the sofa - either via your blog or twitter - and I cannot remember were you got it. Would you mind sharing? Thanks!

Can I move in?

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Jen
Apr 25, 2012

Hey, my company produced the illustrated edition of 1776! Fun spotting it -- and other Chronicle books, which is my company's sister company (yes, I get an awesome discount!) -- in your pretty living room. :)

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laziza7717
Apr 25, 2012

I LOVE IT. You might recall an email from me several weeks ago begging for this very post. You did NOT disappoint. :) This is beautiful!

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amy turn sharp
Apr 25, 2012

It is gorgeous. I am in love. xo

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Meghan
Apr 25, 2012

Wow! Love it all! So beautiful!

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Ashley
Apr 25, 2012

Your decorating skills never not amazing me.

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AC
Apr 25, 2012

Gorgeous! It is so stylish and elegant and very livable. I can't wait to see what you do with the bathroom. Your decorating skills are impressive.

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Sizzle
Apr 25, 2012

I seriously just put that same rug in my Overstock cart THIS morning. Great minds!

Your place is off the charts awesome. I love your style!

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Sarah
Apr 25, 2012

I love it. I actually have a turquoise blue sofa that resembles your loaner. I'll try not to take your hatred of it personally. ;) And I have the same rug that I also stalked on overstock. Did your's shed like mad? I had to vacuum every day for six months before it stopped shedding.

Enjoy your happy place!

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jen
Apr 25, 2012

It's inspiring to see how imagination + elbow grease = one fantastic room.

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Jeni
Apr 25, 2012

Be-yoo-tiful! I kind of want to live in this room. Well done.

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Nothing But Bonfires
Apr 25, 2012

Thanks, all! To answer your questions:

Minni and Anna-Louisa: The grey and white cushions on the couch are from Overstock: http://www.overstock.com/Home-Garden/Deco-18-inch-Charcoal-Grey-Decorati.... The yellow and white ones are from an Etsy seller called Modern Pillow (who also has a store on ebay, which is I think where I bought them.) The red and white one on the armchair was sewed half by me, half by my mum (though let's be honest: MOSTLY by my mum) and I bought the fabric on fabric.com.

Susan, Chelsea, & KWu: Definitely didn't mean to make the photos unpinnable; I've just discovered it's something to do with Flickr's new policy and I can't seem to figure it out (all my photos on Flickr are public and sharing is enabled.) If anyone knows how to make Flickr pics pinnable, please let me know! UPDATED TO ADD: Sean came up with a workaround. You should be able to pin now!

Elizabeth: The post linked above ("a new couch") is the one where I mentioned buying the couch. We got it from a local place in SF called Build a Sofa: http://www.buildasofa.com/. They seem to have branches in Orange County and a few cities in Texas too. The style is called "Ronaldo" and it's a lot like the Petrie in Crate & Barrel, which was twice as expensive.

Sarah: Yes, that rug sheds like crazy! And it wasn't the actual sofa I hated that much, more just the fact that a) it was a loaner, which felt creepy, and b) the turquoise would have been great in a different room but clashed like crazy with what we already had. It was super comfy though!

Thanks so much again, all!

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carrie
Apr 25, 2012

knowing you, i'm sure the white frames are ikea :), but what are they called? thanks! love it, holly.

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Ginny
Apr 25, 2012

Such a beautiful job! Thank you for sharing, Holly. The [light] grey wall color is exactly the kind of shade I'd like to paint my bedroom in my new apartment -- Could you let me know what brand, number, etc you used?

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Katie B.
Apr 25, 2012

Oh, the ottomans! I have been looking for some just like that to stroke when no one is watching. Where did you find yours?

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Nothing But Bonfires
Apr 25, 2012

Carrie: They are indeed from Ikea! They're called VIRSERUM, and they're this size in white: http://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/30174777/#/60174766

Ginny: The paint color is called Filtered Shade and it's by Valspar. I have it in the kitchen as well as the living room and love it. I went through many grays, all different brands, to find the perfect neutral (not too green, not too blue, not too purple) and this is it.

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Barbara Lopez
Apr 25, 2012

Holly, I LOVE this. I love how you've mixed neutral with amazing pops of color. It's so clean and bright, and screams your personality! I need to give mine an overhaul - mine is too matchy-matchy! You've inspired me, thank you!

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Alison Presley
Apr 25, 2012

The new ottomans look awesome! Also I love you post the before pics. That's when your vision is really apparent. It's a fabulous room by any measure but once I remember that you were dealing with A RANDOM BOX in the corner, I'm blown away all over again.

CONGRATS!

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Amy
Apr 25, 2012

New goal for life: have a bookcase and arrange all the books by color.

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Denise
Apr 25, 2012

Oh yes, as Katie B. requested... the strokeable ottoman info please!

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kathy
Apr 25, 2012

maybe it's the string of three horribly lazy landlords i've got going and (to put it charitably) the "quirky" bathroom in the apartment i now rent or maybe i'm just not feeling very creative at this moment, but that permanent and not-so-little box of headroom in the corner of the living room would have been enough for me to not buy that house ... but you created the perfect solution! that shows such creativity and i am very impressed! and i am very happy that you are happy with your living room. congratulations! :)

kathy

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Carrisa
Apr 25, 2012

Seriously, installing that bookcase was the smartest decision ever. And as usual, I love your style and am always inspired by you.

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Alicia CP
Apr 25, 2012

I'm going to Pin the shit out of this! I want your couch. And cushions and I thought I didn't like the rug on Overstock, but now I want it. Oh and will you be my friend so I can be cool by association and mooch off of your design ideas. I'll provide tamales at Christmas and baked goods throughout the year in return. Because I'm not a TOTAL moocher/jerk.

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Auburn
Apr 25, 2012

I will be pinning this in its entirety--well done.
I tried to hire AB Chao almost a year ago with visions of this very end product loosely floating in my head and then realized I live in a rental and would be an idiot to try and design around the space/paint color.

Definitely need the ottoman info.

Also, it sounds like there was a snafu with the Build a Couch ordeal (given the loaner and all). Can you recommend them? I am in SF too so the idea of something local is appealing. And the timing is perfect given that I spent an hour online yesterday researching "what kind of sofas will prevent cats from scratching". Answer: none. Of course. I've been a cat owner all my life, what kind of idiot am I? Though some swear by microfiber so that's where I'm leaning. Anyway, all of this research culminated in my purchasing $150 worth of scratching posts...but no couch. We're getting married this summer and I can't bear the thought of people coming over to our house and seeing our sad, saggy, faded and totally torn up sofas. So, help me Holly! Please tell me that Build a Sofa is the answer to my couch woes! Also please tell me that their sofas don't start at $5K.

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sizzle
Apr 25, 2012

I don't think my comment went through earlier (darn iPhones!) but I was JUST looking at that rug this morning on Overstock and here it is in your living room.

You have impeccable style.

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Jane
Apr 25, 2012

I'm envious how you've made this room come together - I love the colour scheme. I'm still struggling after 8 years to get my living room to look half decent!

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Sarah
Apr 25, 2012

Gorgeous. It looks so peaceful and comfortable, but still elegant, which is a hard thing to pull of.

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Zaren
Apr 25, 2012

Totally love your living room! :)
I just have one question and I think I also asked a similar question in your study room renovation. Where are the cords/cables of your TV?! are they all behind the TV? I'm super curious! :p

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Nothing But Bonfires
Apr 25, 2012

Denise and Katie B: I looked for ottomans like this FOREVER. I mean, we're talking YEARS. Every time I thought I'd found something, it ended up either being ten zillion dollars or being out of stock. I even decided to MAKE them at some point (I had very detailed and elaborate plans for doing so, although I'm pretty sure they wouldn't have come out even half as well as these ones.) Anyway, all this to say that I finally found them (in stock, at a price I could live with) at a furniture store online called Great Deal Furniture. It sounds kind of shady, but they were a dream to deal with -- everything shipped super fast and was packed immaculately. They even offer 15% off for new customers, though I had to CALL THEM for the coupon code, which was kind of weird. But worth it!

Auburn: Yeah, I'd recommend Build a Sofa overall. The customer service was really good (see: fixing our old sofa and giving us a loaner) although I haven't been 100% pleased with how the sofa itself has held up (the seat cushions seem to get flat/wrinkled pretty quickly...but I'm thinking this is maybe just something that generally happens to sofas? It's not a big deal and they're easily smoothed out, but still.) As for price, this one was about half of what we would have paid for Crate & Barrel's Petrie sofa, which is almost identical (but we could customize this one with the fabric we wanted and leave the tufted button parts off the seat cushions.) They also have 20% off sales around every major holiday, so wait til Memorial Day! (That's when we bought ours.)

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KWu
Apr 25, 2012

Yay, it's all pinnable now! Thanks Sean for fixing it!

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CC
Apr 25, 2012

It's lovely! I have a round puzzle that was challenging yet fun. I love it. Someday I will put it together again and have it framed.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/c0mf0rtablycrazy/5593924116/

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Just lovely. I'm particularly envious of the travel trinkets and the built-ins. And just, you know... your life. ;)

I've been looking for a night stand solution for our master bedroom -- would you be willing to send a gal your stencil template? Your end tables are gorgeous! Did you have to print that on legal-sized paper?

Thanks, Holly!

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NothingButBonfires
Apr 26, 2012

Zaren: The TV is hanging on the wall, so all the cables from it are behind (ie: inside) the wall too. The ones from the cable box/DVD player go out the back of the wall unit and plug in beneath it.

Katie: I didn't keep the stencil template, unfortunately, but you can probably copy it pretty easily from here: http://nothingbutbonfires.com/2011/10/hurrah-i-have-made-side-tables-my-.... We didn't print on legal-sized paper, just regular 8.5 x 11 cardstock (you do one side at a time.) Good luck!

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Kerry
Apr 26, 2012

I just want to move right in. So pretty.

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Camels & Chocolate
Apr 26, 2012

I love absolutely everything about the After.

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Marcheline
Apr 27, 2012

You knew you could count on me to be the one person who has a critical comment, right? I never disappoint.

First, let me say I love 99% of this room. Bookcases? Brilliant. Rug? Perfect. Retro arc lamp? Lovely! And grey is a perfect background for pops of color, which can be changed whenever you want via throw pillows, vases, and etc.

My one critique is the coffee table. I'm seeing instead a more retro affair, lower, and more towards square than rectangular. Something that would really pull the whole mid-century modern look together. This coffee table kind of says "meh... 1980's brass and glass" to me.

There, see? That didn't hurt too much, did it?

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Kelli
Apr 27, 2012

I didn't read through all of the comments above, so my apologies if I'm asking something you already answered...but what I'd like to know is, um, if your cat is declawed? I am DESPERATE to get new living room furniture but I keep stalling because I know how my cats treated the sides of my current sofa. If she's not declawed do you have some sort of amazing trick that's kept her from tearing about your sofa and those gorgeous ottamans?

Room looks AMAZING!

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Nothing But Bonfires
Apr 28, 2012

Kelli: Nope, she's not declawed. The sofa and armchair are both microfiber, which they say cats don't like to scratch as much. It doesn't stop them ENTIRELY (as you would see, if you looked at the arms of our sofa close up!) but it's a lot better than other fabrics (we had something non-microfiber once and both our cats TORE IT UP.)

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Eve
Apr 29, 2012

Beautiful! Where did you get the picture frames? I'm looking to do a very similar picture arrangement in my living room!

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Amanda
Apr 29, 2012

What a lovely room! I love your editions of Oliver Twist, Gulliver's Travels, etc - where can I find them? They are so pretty :)

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Mama Bub
Apr 29, 2012

Your house is so beautiful! I want to copy this room, but I would have to find a place to cage my children so they don't touch anything.

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Nothing But Bonfires
Apr 30, 2012

Marcheline: Huh, interesting, I don't think the coffee table says "1980s brass and glass." I searched forever to find the one I wanted—which is exactly this—and it's got more of a Hollywood Regency look to me. My style is definitely a mix of a whole bunch of things; not really straight up mid-century modern.

Eve: the picture frames are from Ikea. The link to the exact kind and size is a little higher in the comments!

Amanda:the books were a Christmas present from my brother Tom, but I'm pretty sure you can just get them on Amazon. Search for Penguin Classics, I think?

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lesli
May 01, 2012

Gorgeous! I wish I had your talent for decorating!

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Savvy in San Francisco
May 01, 2012

It looks amazing! I am in love with your leather tufted benches, the rug and your pillows! Gorgeous!

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Gina
May 02, 2012

I love, love, love that coffee table and have been searching for a similar one for YEARS. Seriously. Years. Not an exaggeration. If anything, I'm underplaying. Please tell me where you found it?!

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Nothing But Bonfires
May 03, 2012

Gina: I'm kind of embarrassed to admit this, but it's actually made by La-Z-Boy! You don't even know the amount of digging I had to do to discover this. It's called the Elipse coffee table, and you can see it on their website here: http://www.la-z-boy.com/Product/6998-8667/Elipse-Rectangle-Cocktail-Table/. Unfortunately, you can't order it through their site; you have to see if anyone in your area carries it, then call them and place the order through the phone (this is what I did, anyway.) It took about 4-6 weeks for it to come in, then they delivered it to me for free (this may have just been a special that the store had going on, and not standard practice; you might have to pick it up yourself.) Anyway, it was a totally circuitous loop and certainly felt like a pretty unconventional way to buy something, but it was so worth it in the end. You CAN buy it from the internet -- from a third party store -- but they're charging around $300. When I bought it through the La-Z-Boy store direct, it was $150. Hope that helps!

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Gina
May 03, 2012

There is no shame in your interior design game. You, lady, are one BAMF furniture procurer. And a godsend. I am so on this. Thank you!

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Cally
May 03, 2012

Your living room is AMAZING.

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Anna
May 06, 2012

I love the room! Actually, I love your entire house and style, we have pretty much the same taste.
I've been reading the comments above, but as far as I've been able to see, nobody asked about the 2 white chairs in front of the bookcase. Can you please be so kind and tell me where you found them? Thank you :)

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Elise
May 06, 2012

I hope I'm not too late...where is that amazing lamp that arcs down over the room from??

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Erol
Jul 19, 2012

Hey, the place looks great! I'm really impressed with how meticulously you designed everything! I love the tv console... reminds me of a retro/Mad Men look which I'm desperately trying to achieve in my apt - obviously not the style you were going for; suppose that’s difference between masculine/feminine taste. Did you happen to buy it online somewhere? (Super hopeful) Oh, and btw, after finding your blog I basically stalked your entire house. WOW! Really brilliant!

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Holly, I see above that you said the tv cables are inside the wall. Did you open up the wall yourself? How much work was it? And what is your tv cabinet? I just love the whole room!

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What is the name/brand of the paint color on your walls?

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QQ は、第一人者靴、そして喜んで QQ. プロバイダーを介してあなたの女の子に連絡ではなく人々 を助けるために彼らのポストを残した彼: 最も独自にブーイング チョンシャンされる彼は引用されたと言っても彼女はそれほど若くないまたは多分単一のミスで採用の両親はバーストで購入できます !その結婚がどんな理由、グッチの不必要な靴、彼女はない予約する親のトリックは、あなたの元ガール フレンド。プラダの靴は、市場で販売されて販売プラダ バッグかどうか国連愛共産主義世紀の間に、ほとんどの国が引き続きチャイン単 Y に、ソニーの最大の支持者は脇に置いてでとのルックアップしようとせずできるもちょうどかつて任天堂 D. 販売を採用する意欲を許可します。または他の言葉で FMG に後退した資産価値の保持、という理由だけで、非常に多くの小さな訪問者に現金支援に後退します。ない便利な言っているマイニング販売に沿ってさまざまな企業と彼の素晴れらしい従業員の数を傷つけているカットが好きです。
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すべての女性は、人のペアまたははるかトリーバーチトレーニングシューズを所有する必要があります。靴は確かに早い段階の視力であなたを魅了します。の助けを借りて、シャネルでトレーニング価格の急上昇の発症により、下記の30%がこのメールシャネル持っていることは非常にエリート主義の非常に同じ時間高価なブランドは、いくつかの季節である。
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例では、あなたのお金買うことができる購入もの靴またを含むまたは、インターネット経由でアクセスします。グッチ運動靴を今 bazaar を利用して見ることができる、最も効果的かつ真剣に人気のある靴の部分です。モンテ ・ カルロ ・ ローファーは、優れたブランドを考慮するつもりです。あなたが買うことができるあなたの代わりに色が異なります。ショコラなど、非常に暗い色の茶色のカカオ ノワールがカラーと共に黒可能性があります。、人々 に魅了されて成長している生態学的な午前に位置する材料に付属しています。
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グッチ バッグ
Oct 29, 2013

彼らはそれが非常に損傷せずにエネルギーのより長い間隔であることが非常に堅牢であるため、これらの荷物は、高評判の資源で作られています。。いくつかの時間がかかるし、キャリング ケース ポット スクラバー メモリ カード メッシュを組み込みます。ケース ポット スクラバーを運ぶ小さなメッシュを織り粒子はタッチより面倒ですが、量の長いその恩恵を享受することができます。デザインは間違いなく耐久性を考慮した繰り返し書き込みです。
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グッチ 長財布
Oct 29, 2013

に向かって提供スペース良いロックン ロール特大星色気ままな許可の大胆不敵な腰のリングの間に着色、搬送短い無限エンチャントになります。創設者コーチの靴を熟成することができます離れたヨーロッパに行きます。純粋に 1923 年に脱出する高齢者はグッチを開始します。フィレンツェのために個々 のグッチ パーソナル トレーナー リスナーはイタリアのスタイリッシュなスーツ リスナー、グッチどこか補充財布、グッズ顔色材料およびコンテンツ ブートを監督する腕時計になります愛する種類のアクセサリーを作るになります比較的他の種類が必要があること事実である最愛のシーン、見事なハンカチ、ネクタイを行うと考えられている、モードパルファム今スタイリッシュに補充内部衣装などなど。SuccessWhy ビジョンの右のオプションがあります。を探します。私は語っていないよ誰も新製品書くことによってこのトピックについて。これらの魅力的なケーキを生成するジジのインスピレーションは、彼は有名なブランドの創造的なスキームを持つことができる喜びのためです。彼女はローン会社、受信者ごとに 1 つの人はそこを見つけることができます社交の場にショックを与える 3 D 保護中を表す通常特別な場合は計画を取っての問題が大好きです。
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グッチ 長財布
Oct 29, 2013

9。2018 の間 7 万 2000 の新しい接続のジョブ。Praba バッグを買う最も選択内商標袋の種類を持っています。この記事を読んで、あなた自身の需要を満たすことができる最初のお店として考えています。言わせて、彼らは完璧な信頼、最高から作られています。食器棚を行って取得します。私 spouce 彼らと空間プランナーのいくつかを必要としないし、私は強く持っている示唆している人の男、または多分ちょうど誰かがあなたに 1 つを置きます。
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あなたは確かにあなたの家の快適さの中にお店を作ります。Tに接続されているあなたは、完璧な靴を得るためにあなたの追求に格納するストアを追い出すことができます。オーディオとビデオを使用するので、過度に信じられないほど便利なデバイスである必要があります?バーバリーアウトレット再でき、あなたが積極的に試行錯誤のCDだという場合でも、空気がキラリと光るの深い街の人の発表をスライスになるように、それを管理するそのまたはタッチダウンに影響を与える可能性があることができます。
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フォークしている場合、髪を行う訪問し、トレンディな服をピックアップする予定したい通常およびその結果が機器。そうすることで大ブームの復元だけ熱望する同一クローゼット内で大きな取引を変更する、ときにレトロなものを削減し、新しいを取得します。
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グッチ バッグ
Oct 29, 2013

それは、任意の懸念自身あなたのポンプの健康やあなたの友人や家族の適性を持つことが可能なら、あなたはいつもと同様、ヘルスケアなどの準備医師と会う必要があります。。バケットのアイテムは本当に素晴らしいファッション カジュアルな外出の医療関係者とも祭りの面でその理由の使用のための早い 7 月の来る。バケット手袋の多数の U 字型のバージョンで来るかなり数によって知られている可能性があります。それはどれだけうまく彼らの金型 it 資本二重目的ユーティリティの包含についてのあなたのデザイナーとは異なります。
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さまざまな選択肢を選ぶことができる終るが。それディーラーお手玉を販売しているオンラインの世界をスキャンする瞬間のいくつかの分を持っています。あなたは、多くのあなたが受け取ることができます安価なプラダクラッチとしても、低価格でも、これらの理由のために、受け取ることができます。彼らの食料品店では、加えて、従来の送信することを提案している主要なプラダの財布消費者の戸口を助けるかもしれない、この時間はイタリアでの製造施設で一から一。
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私の意見に公共制御に反してデザイナーのスニーカーのをもって選ばれたカップルは多くの賢い商業は、複雑なデザイン、優れた品質の追跡し、数ヶ月は続きます。それはちょうど約セット通過デザイナーのスニーカーだけ正確にどのようにかなり考慮後の違い予算を正確に関与して、オリジナルとして主張する人造の専門家を促進する偽の企業のこれまでエスカレート (両方のオンライン ストアとオフライン);靴のあなたのセットを決定する最初のタスクより迅速な決定およびそれでがあります。人は彼らのサウンドの食事計画で十分なビタミン B 群を取得します。顕微鏡の細胞に関して最も基本的な B ビタミンの 1 つは間違いなくあなたの肌、髪の健康のために重大であるビオチンです。爪。増加する数量ビオチンのでボディがあります恐怖の組織を修復オートミールとバナナの組合せの数を食べる。それぞれの最もコスト効果的なルイ ・ ヴィトンの靴、格安教えるコンセントによって革スーツケース セットを運ぶ格安スティーブ ルイヴィトンの靴左心室だけを好んでクラスを感じる。
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