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Greenfield Project- Living Room

And next up at the greenfield project we have the living room.  The paint in this home was a dark tan and we needed to lighten that up with something slightly cooler.  The color is Edgecomb Gray by Benjamin Moore.  She wanted pops of bright color so we added that into the mix as well.  After photo by Terah Lake Photography.

Before Living Room:

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White to Bright

I have been thinking a lot about having a room with a colorful vs. neutral palette.  I love a neutral palette, but as I look at my instagram feed (@sallyjenseninteriors) I can’t help but notice my use of color.  I have pondered, is it because I love color, or is it because my clients prefer a colorful space.  With the topic fresh on my mind, this challenge could not have come at a more perfect time.

The amazing vintage sales site, Chairish, challenged me (and some other great bloggers) to use one of their current vintage rugs and take a space from white to bright.

First let’s talk about Chairish,  if you don’t know what it is yet, listen up, it is the best site out there for buying and selling great vintage finds.  You can search by location, send in offers for most items, and most importantly find awesome designer, vintage or one of a kind items.  The site is organized and user friendly.  I highly recommend it (and I am not saying this because I have to, this is purely an independent review).

Back to my design…I started with this rug…It is warm and inviting with a fun kilim pattern.  To view a ton of other great vintage rugs from Chairish, visit here.

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I knew I wanted to brighten up the space by pulling in brighter tones from the rug ( yellows, red, oranges).  Then the search began for art, pillows, and furniture that would give me a bright, yet warm space.  And here she is….sources below.

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White Side Table

Table Lamp

Fawn

Bed

White Pillow

Kilim Pillow

Mustard Pillow

Chair

Throw Blanket

Wall Art

Ceiling Light 

Rug 

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House Tour- Living Room

My living room is a favorite in my house.  It stays clean and gets a lot of light.  Sources below…

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Paint- Benjamin Moore Classic Gray

Sofa and Chairs- Room and Board ( found on Craigslist)

Coffee Table- Ikea

Gold corners on coffee table- Amazon

Drapes- Made by me with this fabric

Mirrrors, lamps, white decorative ball- Homegoods

Gold Bowl- Target

Coral Pillows- West Elm

Gray Stripe Pillows- Made by me with a fabric similar to this

Blue Lumbar Pillow- Made by me with this fabric

Rug- Pier 1  (no longer available)

Side tables- Craigslist

Photos By Lindsay Brummer Photography

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House Tour- Nursery

This room has transformed into a boys nursery since these pictures were taken.  I left the wallpaper and worked around that, so in a future post I will compare the two.  I love that I will always have these pictures from when my youngest daughter, Mabel had this room.  I have always liked having an extra twin bed in my nursery even though aesthetically it isn’t my favorite.  Eventually the crib will go and it will become a big kid room:(

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Sources:

White paint- Dunn Edwards Whisper

Bedding- Dwell Studio Geo crib and twin

Wallpaper- Darcy Pearl

Twin Bed Frame- West Elm

Twin Headboard- Custom by Kayla

Crib- Dwell Studio Silverlake

Dresser- Craigslist

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