I’m so excited to be invited by Lindsay at The White Buffalo Styling Co. to participate in this year’s Blogger Stylin’ Holiday Home Tours. Her style is so eclectically delicious. I honestly didn’t realize I had agreed to join three holiday home tours this year (oh no! My grandma brain!) It’s been quite the week! You know I don’t mind.
If you’re visiting via sweet Traci at Beneath My Heart, welcome friends! Hard to drag yourself away from her beautiful and cozy home, wasn’t it?
Today I’m sharing my family room. It’s a bit eclectic and crowded but comfy all the same.
When was the last time you saw a cat tower in a home tour? Never? I know. But keepin’ it real, my friends.
The ruffled tree skirt is a no-sew project from a couple of years ago (tutorial here). I used my turquoise on the tomato cage Christmas tree I made a couple of years ago.
Here’s a quick recap from the rest of our home this year too (part 1 and part 2)…
Up next on the Blogger Stylin’ Home tour is Chris from Just a Girl. I can’t wait to see what she has in store for us. Knowing her, it’s going to be fabulous!
Like my style? You’re invited to check out DIYShowOff tutorials here…
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One of the rooms in our home that is on the “to-do” list is our living room. My style changes often however, living room furniture is something we live with for 10+ years so here are some things I like to consider and some inspiration from Havertys (click the images below for information on each specific sofa):
- Size and shape – Do I prefer a standard size and shape? Smaller? L-shaped? Sofa and love seat or sofa chairs?
- Furniture placement – I frequently rearrange furniture for a fresh new look as well as take Christmas time into consideration. Furniture against the walls… or defined/separate seating areas?
- Room’s function – Conversational? Relaxing/lounging? TV viewing?
- Color – I prefer to keep large furniture purchases neutral since I like mixing things up and changing things out often. How about you?
- Material – Leather? Upholstered/fabric?
- Style – What style fits our home? Classy and chic? Eclectic? So many combinations and options.
Because I can guarantee that within that 10+ year time frame, our living room will go through different stages, different color trends and styles.
I may have mentioned my indecisiveness a time or two so coming up with a couple of different ideas makes the process a little easier. When looking at purchasing large furniture, I have a small list of “must haves”. Large furniture purchases must be:
- of good quality
How about you? What is your decision making process when purchasing large pieces of furniture? How do you stay on on track with decorating/redecorating your home?
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This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Havertys. The opinions and text are all mine.