I’ve been taking my time assembling our family room since we moved in two months ago. It’s pretty much finished with the exception of drapes which I ordered from Restoration Hardware, but they won’t be in until August.
My goal for the room was to create a neutral and comfortable space for our family, while staying true to the farmhouse vibe.
You saw our mack daddy sofa already. Like a big ol’ slice of heaven. The coffee table and end table are from World Market. I wanted the Restoration version but wasn’t willing to spend Jake’s first semester of college tuition on it! 😉
The mirror was found at HomeSense just before we moved. The pillows are from RH and PB.
Card catalog. I like the way it fills up the empty corner behind the sectional and kind of anchors this half of the room.
I picked these antique fishing floats up at an antiques store in Forks, Washington. Hannah loaded up on Twilight stuff but I had other kinds of souvenirs in mind!
This vintage shipping basket that I found at Tattered Tiques makes a great place to store all of the throw pillows when we are on the sofa.
View from the sofa. My command central. 🙂 Doesn’t every mom need one?
The antique European Pine cabinet (another Steeplechase find) was an early birthday gift from my hubby. It makes my heart sing. 🙂 It’s hard to tell in the photo but it’s massive…7 feet wide by 7 1/2 feet tall.
Built-ins. I’m totally not happy with the styling of these. I need to take about 10 things away and it would look better. Better yet, I really need Layla to do a “pick my presto” on it.
So that’s it…the grand tour of our family room.
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