Our Living Room // Mood Board
September 23, 2019
This living room design gives a neutral foundation that makes it SUPER easy to swap out throw pillows, accessories, and decor as seasons change.
West Elm Andes Sectional
FABRIC & COLOR: Twill, Stone
We knew we wanted to entertain and host often, so we chose the L-shaped sectional to be able to seat 7 comfortably. This sectional has a sleek and modern design without sacrificing comfort. Read our review of the West Elm Andes Sofa!
The black base gives the overall design a bold, sleek, and modern statement, while the glass top gives off a more airy feel. Having double surfaces provides so much room for coffee table books and decor, as well as plenty of space for guests to place cups on when you’re entertaining.
Leather is one of my favorite materials because it warms up a neutral palette so perfectly, but is not often budget-friendly! In our living room, our priority was to keep the space more open, so instead of having a pair of accent chairs, which takes up space and tends to be bulkier, we used a pair of leather poufs. This acts as extra seating and introduces the warmth of leather without having to spend a lot more on leather chairs.
Moroccan Trellis Rug
We have dark hardwood floors in our home, so a white rug really helps to lightens up the room! The subtle pattern gives a bit of interest, yet still has an overall minimal look.
Faux Fiddle Leaf Fig
This is one of our favorite faux plants, standing at 6 ft tall! World Market has great options for faux plants that look realistic!
See how the room turned out in our living room reveal post!