My New (& Much Improved!) Living Room Tour!
If you follow me on Instagram, then you know that we just bought a new sofa. I had wanted a lighter colored sofa for so long—and it has not disappointed! The lighter fabric and more modern, simplified design really brightens up the whole room. It’s also SO much more comfortable! We chose the Andes Terminal Chaise Sectional from West Elm in the fabric Twill, Stone. We also bought a few other fun things to update this space! I’ll be linking everything below, plus showing you all what my plans are to finally finish this room!
We also picked up that Sconce, Navy Throw Blanket, and Table Lamp (far right) from West Elm... along with a planter that is just out of frame here. They were having a buy more, save more sale so we decided to take full advantage!! (Which is also why Luke has put me on a spending freeze for the rest of June haha)
There's our planter (upper right)! I already had a stem of faux fern leaves I was going to use for hanging planters outside, but I think it looks really good here! Also - This couch is a bit smaller than our previous one, so I think I finally feel content with the number + mix of throw pillows I have! No new throw pillows to buy will save us thousands each year!! (kidding.. sort of)
I love this little corner now! I'm thinking about adding some pom poms or tassels to one of these planters!
This leather chair was passed down to me from my dad, I love how timeless and simple it is-- nothing about it will ever make it seem outdated or old. It's also super comfortable! The entertainment center was also a hand-me-down, but I would like to replace it with something more modern in the future.
When I first hung the sconce, the empty wall under it made it look kind of awkward. I knew I had to fill the space without making it look too crowded. Luckily, I had these two prints from Vivian of The Hand Letter Shop!! The simplicity of the prints themselves plus the white frames were exactly what this wall needed!
The new sofa is a little wider than our old one-- a side table still fits but feels a little too crowded for me. I decided to make a console table for behind the sofa so that we still have a spot to easily set down drinks or food (out of the reach of our son!). We already had this piece of wood (luckily it was already the perfect size) and I bought these hairpin legs off Amazon and screwed them in! I'll do a more detailed DIY post on it later -- I still have to add a support in the middle.
That's the whole tour -- but keep scrolling for links to most of the furniture + decor PLUS a few things we still need to get to really complete the room!