Imagine my surprise when I opened an email from a sweet reader, from Iowa
yesterday and saw these chic photos of her home!!
She was so kind, offering to share her solutions for her narrow living room after reading
about my friend's dilemma. She used the same inspiration room from Sally Wheat, and did
an incredible job! I can definitely see similarities but love that she infused her own personality
in her space. I knew you'd love to see it, and she graciously agreed...
She was hoping for a mid-century piece to use as a buffet table but didn't have room.
I think her compromise is lovely and still allows for storage.
Great texture, variety of furniture styles, mixed metals, and combination of patterns.
Her room is as functional as it is beautiful! She's incorporated plenty of seating,
and although unconventional I love that she thought outside the box and placed the
chairs in front of her fireplace. It makes sense to do what works for you and your family,
this is a perfect example of an unexpected solution carried out well.
Look at that gorgeous kitchen with black cabinets, tulip table, modern seating and
dose of bling - the chandelier!!
Also, did you notice the floor lamp next to the sofa, perfect scale!
This appears to be the formal living room on the main level.
Beautifully paired patterns on the pillows, and her adorable six year old Shih Tzu.
I'm sure you'll agree Angie has created a gorgeous home, she shares it with her
husband and has two sons, one still at home.
She says, "More than anything I love to see normal people's homes."
Thanks so much, Angie ~ you're an inspiration!