Today I thought it might be fun to revisit my home tour and share some sources! One standout is my West Elm couch – it was super affordable as couches go, and it’s held up incredibly well over six years of use and abuse. I would love to have a lighter colored couch, but you cannot beat the durability and stain-hiding practicality of a charcoal colored couch, so I’m good with it for now!
1 // 2 (my full post with advice for buying this chair here) // 3 // 4 (mine is vintage, similar here) // 5 // 6 // 7 // 8 // 9 // 10 // 11 // 12 // 13 // 14 // 15 // 16 // 17 // 18
As you can see by looking just at the top of the board, I started with a neutral base for the large pieces in the room, and if I had stopped there the room would be super bland and boring. Instead, by adding in art, pillows, accessories, and books, I was able to infuse the space with tons of color, texture, and life – the things that I love in a room.
image credit: liana hayles newton for apartment therapy