Do you have an awkward corner in your home? Maybe in the living room or master bedroom? I can help you fix it. All you need is a chair, a small table, and a few pieces of decor that fit your style. 🙂
I have an empty corner in my master bedroom that’s turned into a collecting place. I’ve been meaning to update it for quite some time but life gets…..well…. really busy.
I figured since I began my website it was time I made this a cute and cozy place where I can go to relax and draft articles for my blog. (Like I’m doing RIGHT NOW!) 🙂
This is what I’m talking about. Bleh.
I’m going to start by adding a tufted accent chair, and building everything up around it.
I tried to find a real leather club chair that I liked but I couldn’t find one unless I was willing to pay anywhere from seven hundred to a thousand bucks! Whaaa??
You should have a side table or something you can put your drink on… even one of those ceramic gardening stools would work.
I chose a raw wood table because I love the feel of naturals in my home. ❤
Next I added a plant. I’m definitely a “plant lady” 😉
I chose a bright red ceramic pot to give a big pop of color. It works well with the “exposed brick.”
Then I hung a piece of art on the wall. I hung it lower than I usually would to tie into the corner.
Did I mention that I love horses? They’re my favorite animal on the planet. This picture is stunning… and it has a raw wood frame to tie in with the table.
Now a couple pieces of decor. The candle fits in with my “cozy” theme.
And a soft blankie to wrap up in. Annnnddd, my “work” stuff … but you and I know that’s just for show. 😉
Here it is! Ta-daaaaa!!!
I wish she was mine 🙂
As a whole.
One thing I’ve learned about Interior Design is that you can make a space into anything you want. It’s all about making it feel like the space you thought it was destined to be.
I’m sitting here drafting this article right now! It’s a very inviting place. I hope I’ve inspired you in some way today. 🙂 xoxo
“Design is not just what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it works.” – Steve Jobs