Incorporating new furniture into a space can be fun, especially when it comes to gathering inspiration and figuring out what style path to take. We recently made a few new additions to our living room and are excited to share our design process! We love entertaining and know how essential the living room is for that purpose and have been wanting to spruce things up a bit for quite a while now. We upgraded our space with a new console and coffee table to match from Sauder furniture. They offer a great variety of styles from contemporary/modern to more traditional pieces all at affordable prices.
The round coffee table and console are both from Sauder’s International Lux Collection. We fell in love with its sophisticated yet simple designs. The Console can double as a TV stand but we decided to use it to display decorative accents. As far as decorating goes, we used a mix of both new and vintage elements to bring things to life.
Driftwood adds an organic twist of nature along with peach colored stone book ends and a quartz candle holder. Mid-century liquor decanter’s and a gold wire basket were both vintage finds that bring a classic look to the overall arrangement.
A Edison light bulb introduces an industrial/antique feel and extends the vintage aesthetic, while light blue glass delivers additional color and texture. A 1970’s inspired hard-edge painting acts as a focal point and rounds off the vintage look.
The coffee table follows the same minimal yet classy design featuring clean lines and rounded edges that contrast the console beautifully. We wanted to follow suit and keep things simple and only added a few elements as decor including a cute aloe vera plant, vintage teak bowl and agate coaster. We are so stoked on the new additions and can’t wait to entertain and have guests over to check out our new look! Speaking of look, don’t forget to check out Sauder’s LookBook.
Photography for Best Friends For Frosting by: Andy Johnson
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