One of our client's had been decorating with jewel tones in her family room for many years and was ready for a budget friendly update.
She loved her beautiful built-ins flanking the fireplace (who wouldn't?) and needed to keep her fairly new sectional.
|Don't mind the hubby's shoes and lack of pillow styling. We're all about REAL life here!|
She promptly sold her Pottery Barn rug on Craigslist and found a brand new rug on eBay (that's my kinda gal). That purchase dictated the color palette for the room and off we went!
To inspire this color infusion, Jacki and I promptly went accessory shopping at TJ Maxx. Unfortunately, we missed this orange throw and had to wait for another one. But, you know what they say...good things come to those who wait. And we found this gem at Tuesday morning!
Our client was also looking for a new club chair for additional seating in her family room and we snapped a pic of this beauty.
|I love the pillow!|
It wasn't the right one so we kept looking!
This fine fella sure was inspirational! Well placed accessories can make all the difference.
Jacki whipped up this mood board in hopes of convincing the client to sell the sectional and get a different one but was turned down flat...wah, wah, wah...So, we'll just work with what we have!!
Our client wanted a guide and planned to then implement the changes herself. Here's her progress so far!
Accessories are a great way to get started on a small budget makeover. And, I've been known to say...there is no such thing as too many pillows.
I love her DIY teal table and the teal tray on her Ikea cocktail table.
Her daughter is an artist so she "commissioned a piece" for over the couch and used her accent pieces to fill in and provide a color infusion in the new palette.
How perfectly perfect is this rug?
She bought this chair on craigslist and plans to get it recovered for her current family room.
We suggested the possibility of painting the back of the built-ins with one of the accent colors for bolder color saturation but the accessories get the party started!
We're still working on the perfect gray/tan paint color. As it happens, the Benjamin Moore revere pewter was too dark since her family room has a ton of shade!
What do you think of this transformation? Orange you glad you stopped by today? I am! Have a great weekend!
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