Not 100% sure though. I'm open to suggestions.
So, it's out with the old...
...and in with the new!
|Well, you can see where Zeke and his Dragon have staked|
|This is probably the truest representation of the color. It's a|
bit more gray, though.
Gosh, I'm so embarrassed to show off my living room. It has no cohesive style at all, and the new furniture set just makes it look even more stylistically bipolar than it did before. Here's what happened: When we first bought the house, I decorated like I lived in a dorm room; now, I have actually found my style, and it is not Target-dorm-room-chic.
So, I am on the hunt for pillows that work with the new couch. The hubs may murder me if I get a new rug any time soon, but... I suppose I've had a good life. It's a cute rug. Really. Just... it doesn't seem to work for me anymore. I'm going to start with new pillows and go from there.
Also, my walls have nothing on them. Nothin' at all. Not really. I have no clue how to decorate this open room because of the TV. How do you decorate a huge blank wall when the wall happens to be the only wall the TV can go on? Beats me. I'm lost. I'd love some help.
But, the new couches are terribly comfortable, and actually look less frumpy that I thought they would. As I type this, I'm snuggled up in the over-sized chair, toes just barely hitting the ground. I also enjoy the more open feel this set-up gives, unlike the sectional. No more chocolate brown overkill, either. But I'd love to start making this room lean more into "lighter" feel and colors, and do away with the reds.
|Further proof of the coziness of the cushions. Zeke is now snoring|
away, Dragon under one arm, but he's too cute to wake up
with a camera flash, so you get this. Also adorable.