One Room Challenge: Living Room Week ThreeApril 20, 2017 / byLauren Foster / Categories : Feeds
It’s week three of the one room challenge, and this week I’m feeling the crunch! This week I’m sharing with you guys one of my many mood boards for our living room. I have gone back and forth back and forth so many times on the couch and the art work in here, that it’s all starting to blur together. If there’s one thing that designing a room teaches me, it’s that I am overwhelmingly indecisive…maybe don’t ask Hayden about this ;).
This week I had the most fabulous meeting with Hayden, and we moved things around, shopped my house, and chatted all things interior design. What was probably suppose to be a one hour morning meeting went well into the afternoon. I joke with Hayden that after working with me every other client will feel like a piece of cake.
If there’s anything I’ve learned from Hayden so far, it’s that you can mix and match design styles and colors to your hearts content. She has really helped me marry all of my different design spouses. I do feel like I’ve learned, though, that out of all the design styles, I bleed bohemian modern. Give me all the modern all day every day, but give me those boho vibes to warm it up. I also really love pink and blue. My wedding was pink and blue, Piper’s nursery is pink and blue, and my living room is going to be…..you guessed it, pink and blue!
Anywho, I have a lot planned for this week and can’t wait to share more next week! Be sure to check out all of the other participant’s progress in the One Room Challenge, here!
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