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I can’t believe the One Room Challenge reveal day is here. When I signed up as a guest participant, I failed to acknowledge the fact I would be traveling for two of the five weeks I did most most the work and product sourcing up front. This room was so white and empty! You can see the before photos here.
I came home from my work trip late last night, woke up, put together the sofa, styled the entire room, photographed it and sent the photos off for editing all in one day. Thank goodness this is off my plate! I love how cozy and eclectic this room turned out. I’m sure I will be playing with all the little details in the near future.
Pretty in Pink Paint
The pink paint was a smashing hit with my Instagram followers. The color is One to Remember by Behr Paint. I absolutely love it! It makes the room so warm and friendly. You walk in and it feels like this room is giving you a hug.
I had previously painted the fireplace limousine leather in semi-gloss (against my husbands will). I was worried how it would look with the pink walls, but I actually love it! The oversized gold mirror on the mantle was an Indianapolis Goodwill find. So were the lamps flanking the mirror!
Prints from the Lipstick Lens
I partnered with Custom Picture Frames and The Lipstick Lens for these gorgeous prints. The colors could not be more perfect for this room. The greens, pinks and reds are an amazing compliment to the floral Persian rug.
The Novogratz Sectional
The sexy, velvet sectional was a last minute surprise! I partnered with Novogratz on this piece and it brings so much texture and depth to the room. I wanted a sofa we could take with us to our next home, so I went with navy. I couldn’t think of a better way to enjoy morning coffee than with my feet up on this sectional. We will use it for years to come. I picked up the pillow covers on clearance at West Elm. I was smitten that I got four for $20.00.
The mid century China cabinet was originally purchased for the kitchen, but when I saw it in this room, I knew it belonged there. I filled it with some of my recent vintage treasures.
The Room Before the ORC
What We Did:
- Painted the room pink (Behr One to Remember)
- New furniture! (Thrifted + Sofa from the Novogratz)
- Hung up art (Thanks The Lipstick Lens)
- Styled the Room!
At the start of the One Room Challenge our goal was to turn this empty space into a place to lounge, relax and hangout with friends. It’s now the perfect spot for conversation and gathering. I can’t wait to enjoy it with family and friends.
Now Get the Look:
There are so many talents interior bloggers who participated in this challenge. Be sure to check out the featured designers as well as the guest participants over on the One Room Challenge blog!
Pink Eggshell Paint, One to Remember – Behr Paint // White & Blue Stripe Throw – Target // Red & White Vase – Target // Blue Vase – Target // Blue Pattern Pillow Covers – West Elm // Floral Pillow – West Elm // Green Velvet Pillows – Amazon // White Round Pillow – Target // Blue Velvet Sectional – The Novogratz // Black Leather Love Seat – Thrifted // China Cabinet – Thrifted // Prints – The Lipstick Lens // Frames – Custom Picture Frames // Brass Table – Thrifted // Persian Rug – Thoughtfully Thrifted
This is such a sultry beautiful space! I love every inch of it.
Thank you! I love how you described it as sultry!
Wow – so cozy. I love this combo! The pink is warm and inviting and I love it with the blue sofa and the rug, plus the touches of black. Well done!
Thank you much! I loved playing with these colors 🙂
it looks so beautiful, miranda! love the color!
Thank you sweet Cassie!
What a special old house, and beautiful room!! Our living room is a funky shape too (our house is 80 years old) so I know you’ve got to be creative, but it’s hard!
This is beautiful and unique!!
Thank you so much! We love this house with all it’s quirks! It was built in 1888 🙂
That soft pink is absolutely perfect – it is the perfect background for all the gorgeous jewel tones and luxe fabrics!
Thank you so much Lindsey!
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