When 2 experience designers marry, they use their interior design skills to create a glam, romantic, edgy, bold and music inspired living room, and I’m obsessed!
This has become my most favorite room in our home. And when you see the finished product I think you may agree. Seriously the energy in thios room is off the charts–and vibe is cool, edgy, and sexy.
Our living room there is no TV, only a record player, books we love, art that inspires us and lots of bold color… oh and our gorgeous pink sofa.
We started with a completely blank slate (and the awful curtains the previous owner left).
We watch entirely too much TV, so we knew we wanted to create a room where we could hang out, play music, chat with friends and be more present. We also wanted it to be fun, edgy and playful. We already owned quite a bit of the art on the walls, so we also wanted a fun way to display some of our art.
We quickly got to work, painted three of the walls in Hague Blue by Farrow and Ball, the other wall in antique ivory– and added wall-moulding to the entire room.
I loved seeing the room transform from boring and bland to bold, but this was when the real fun began.
We removed the can lighting, added a chandelier, installed a vintage mirror over the fireplace and hung the yellow velvet curtains. We had already mapped out some of our art pieces and had those framed, but it took a bit longer to pull it all together.
We didn’t take any photos of the “in-between” stage while we moved, and re-positioned all of the things… oops. But here is The Final Result!
See the source list below.
Pink Sofa: Anthropologie
Brass Chandelier: Regina Andrew Viper
Mirrored stacking coffee tables: Astor Nesting Tables
2 Leather Side Chairs: Regina Andrew Beretta Leather Side Chair
Brass Bookcase: CB2 Tesso Brass Bookcase
Mirror and Brass Bar: Emerson Bar Cabinet
Marble Side Table: Regina Andrew Clover Side Table
Yellow Velvet Curtains: Ours is Anthropologie, but they no longer have them. These seem close in style/color.
Antique Mirror: Purchased at auction
Art: Personal collection
I’d love to hear your thoughts on this design!