(ABOVE) You need to see the beautiful coffee table, side table, and console table in this space. The coffee table looks like the beginnings of what would be a pyramid. I love the finish. The side table is very different, a red lacquered piece that looks to be from the 70s period. Lastly, the console table to the right is classic and could be English. What a great mix!
Today’s 8 Spaces post is a mix of styles. From clean, white spaces with pops of greenery to spaces with an eclectic mix of furnishings. Today’s post is all about eclectic rooms. I’m a huge fan of travel and love spaces that bring in pieces from all over the world. A living room with an area rug from your travels to Morocco or a side table from Italy are the best one’s. These space’s are the most impactful and you find yourself talking about your adventures when you have guests over. When furnishing your home choose pieces that are meaningful to you. Don’t just head to West Elm or Crate and Barrel to furnish the whole house. It’s harder and may take more time to hand select each piece, and wait for the right one, but well worth it. Your home won’t look like a catalog, but a home. What do you think of the space’s, which spaces is your favorite?
(ABOVE) What you need to see in this space are the vintage armchairs, Tulip dining table, and Louis fireplace. The metal vintage armchairs reflect the light beautifully in this space. The Tulip dining table is clean and is a great base for the other pieces. The Louis fireplace adds a touch of glamour and elegance to this otherwise modern space.
(ABOVE) This space is a good example of how a space can be simple, yet be personal. The armchair has a very clean Northern European look. Art is also a great thing to collect from the various locations you visit.
(ABOVE) I love how the outside comes into the living room. What an incredible view! The armchairs look very 1920s American, while the sofa feels more contemporary. The tables look very Northern European! Such a great mix of pieces and periods in this space.
(ABOVE) This space is very subtle when it comes to a room filled with personal pieces. Here, the books add that personal touch! The chandelier adds a nice traditional touch to the space while the furnishings are very 70s.