Last Friday I kind of bailed on you. I showed you lots of new things in my living room, but failed to provide any sources. To be honest, I had a big ol’ case of the Fridays and I was just ready for the weekend.
So, as promised, I’m popping back in today to share some sources for those who are interested. If I’ve missed something or you have questions, let me know in the comments below and I’ll do my best to answer them. Also, this week or next I’m going to create a paint color post. This post will give information on all of the paint colors throughout my house. I get paint questions a lot so I figure it would be best to tackle it in one post. I’ll create a button for the sidebar and update the post when anything gets repainted. The sidebar button will also make the post easy to find.
I should also mention that in the living room, things are not necessarily where I want them to be. I bought a few things simply because I loved them, not because they go perfectly in the space. Once I get things situated in other rooms I can share better pictures of a more completed look. Anyway. Here we go.
I tried to snap a few new pictures, but I’m also recycling some from Friday.
First up, the sofa is the Henry Sectional in Performance Gray from West Elm. I’ve had it for about a month and I’m still in love with it. With two cats, I also find it pretty easy to clean.
The brass glass and mirror tiered side table is also from West Elm. The faux marble tray (no longer available) and glass gem are both from the Nate Berkus collection at Target. The patterned rug is this one from CB2.
The gorgeous turquoise lamp is from Lamps Plus. If you’ll notice, the base of the lamp perfectly matches the color around my fireplace. The Color+Plus collection uses colors from Sherwin Williams and others to create their lamps.
The “Hello” pillow is from The Land of Nod and the ikat pillow is from the Islimi Etsy Shop.
I’m also trying out my green chevron lamp in this space. It’s one of my favorites and was from HomeGoods last year. The terrarium (which is still alive) is from RedEnvelope. The coasters were a DIY. You can find out how to make them here.
Last but not least. I found these tall brass lamps at HomeGoods. (I just heard from someone via Instagram that she spotted some at her HomeGoods!) The gold cake stand is from Ballard Designs. (It’s currently 40% off. Love that!) The pink dresser is vintage and the bulletin board is a DIY. You can see how I made that here.
I think that covers everything! Again, if you have questions, give me a holler in the comments. If not, I’ll meet you back here tomorrow with another sweet Valentine treat!