client project reveal: mixed blues living room

Holla.  Yes, it’s been a while since I last posted.  My sincerest apologies.  We’ve been moving and sorting through a lot of messy life-ness and now I’m starting to feel like things are getting back under control.  So much to share, and share, and share some more.

But before I get into all of the #staggreno sharing, I realized I never shared a project I completed right before I had Anna.  And when I say right before, I mean like we put the finishing touches on it the day before she was born.  These sweet clients were worth it though.  They too were expecting a baby and I had already finished their beautiful family room transformation.  They wanted to push and get the living room completed before their new addition arrived (and mine) and I delivered (a room, and a baby:)

Remember their family room?  Yeah, one of my faves too.  We wanted to keep the same vibe of light, fresh, airy, and not too feminine, so we kept a similar color palette, but took out the navy and added in some softer blues.  We kept their existing sofa and coffee table and the rest is new.  Love how it came together, and just in time for the steady stream of guests admiring their sweet little guy.

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Photos by Hailey Sant

A few of the sources (I don’t give them all for client projects– that’s what they pay me for, yo!)

Console table | Lamps (similar) | Side Tables | Rug (similar) | White Ginger Jars (similar) | Sheepskin rug | Leather Poufs

I just love that its’ welcoming without being stuffy, and fresh without being bland or boring.  And the clients?  They are some of my favorites.

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  1. L. E. Bruce says:

    Beautiful! What color are the walls? I am having such a hard time deciding what color to use in my living room. I love the serene feel of this room.

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