Today I’m sharing some before and afters on a family room redesign that I had previously done. The client’s had just moved in and were getting settled. They had a few decor pieces they wanted to use but needed something for the long family room. This is what the room looked like when I got there and I knew we needed to add in some personality and family pieces. She had wall art she had collected but hadn’t hung up. So that’s where I came in. I started by adding in shelves to give some height and dimension out from the wall. I gathered up her pieces she wanted to use and added in some farmhouse style pieces. I hope this inspires you to create a new vignette with pieces you have already.
Since the room is so long it creates a furniture layout that require the love seat to break the room up. I loved these console table that I found and thought it would be perfect behind the couch. I styled it with the platform riser and a few farmhouse accessories. This large jugs and blue glass bottle are great for the look. You can change them out easily for the seasons.
This little vignette was created around the barn sketch. The meaningful pieces are the one I love to focus on. I grabbed these little barn wood shelves and styled some very important pieces to her.
This is one of the shelves from Target, however, I could not find that on their site now. They are listed as etageres on these sites. These are the same ones from Wayfair. https://rstyle.me/+kzJOhQW32sY0gTpn38nvtA <affiliate link> When I am looking up big purchases for clients, I do a search for the same item on other sites. I check around to other sites that all have same product like Joss & Main.
The large gallery wall I used repetition with round pieces and then created dimension out from the wall. You can see some in progress pics and see what pieces I chose. She had the Be the light sign from small woods, the large M, and the frames. I always try to add in some greenery to help soften the walls. I hope this inspires you to grab those pieces you’ve been gathering and decorate with them. So often we find pieces that we like, but aren’t sure on how to put them together. My advice is to keep within a certain style and keep that consistent.
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