$3,000 Bright Transitional Living Room
SOFA (another option here) // CHAIR // LUCITE TABLE (less expensive here) // PINK STOOLS (less expensive here) // SIDE TABLES // LAMPS // RUG //GEOMETRIC PILLOW (less expensive here) // FLORAL PILLOW // PINK LUMBAR // BAMBOO SHADES
All of the finds are what we consider budget friendly, and the room total adds up to around $3,000 as shown above.
We love a neutral, but are so inspired lately by spaces that are bright and inviting, but still sophisticated. This room look was inspired by this photo from Emily Butler. You can find more of her stunning work here and below. She defines her style as comfortable and sophisticated, and you can certainly see why. Follow her on Instagram for more inspiration because she’s one of our favorites!
We enjoy finding images and themes that we love and using those to select pieces to put in our own homes. Since many of us don’t have the budget to redo an entire space at once, in fully custom items, finding high and low pieces that coordinate over time is one way (and the best way, we think!) to tackle your design. Creating a Pinterest board (we do this - you can follow us here!) with all of your favorites can help you go back and see what you’ve loved over time, what was a trend, and what colors and look suits you. Its amazing how much more self aware you become of your own home style when you see your Pins in mass.
More items that can help you achieve this look:
Other bright rooms we’ve been eyeing are living spaces from the Blue Print Store and Collins Interiors. Don’t you love how the pattern play and textures add depth without feeling overdone? These rooms have serious character - truly one of a kind. Although we can’t can’t claim to work that kind of magic in a blog post, we can point you in the direction of where to find some similar items to elevate your own living rooms.
Photos above via Blue Print Interiors