I hope everyone enjoyed their weekend. Here’s a sneak peek at my upcoming spring family room makeover. I can’t wait for the furniture to be delivered. I’m still looking for a new coffee table and end tables. I’ve already picked out a new area rug, but couldn’t find a picture of it online. This update is long overdue. My family room has been looking a bit shabby lately–and not in a shabby chic sort of way.
I was sorting through photos tonight and came across these shots I took of my living room last spring. I’ve always been a fan of turquoise but when I added coral into the mix, this room really came to life.
I couldn’t resist these pretty pillow covers by Caitlin Wilson. You can purchase them at Caitlin Wilson Textiles.
The bookcases and end tables came from American Drew Furniture. The pretty aqua recliners and couch came from La-Z-Boy Furniture Gallery. Who knew La-Z-Boy recliners could look this good? They’ve come a long way since the sloppy, unattractive (but comfortable) chairs of my youth. The coral Suraya Archive floor cloth came from RugsUSA. The black and white curtains came from Pottery Barn, my absolute favorite place to shop.
Little Stevie likes to help me accessorize the room during photo shoots.
Stevie can do things that my big dogs can’t do, like hang out on the coffee table. I keep shooing him off, but you can see how well that’s going….
Steve on high alert. Is that a squirrel? Must. Get. Him.
I’ve featured Caitlin Wilson pillow covers on my recent spring living room mini-makeover post, now you can win one of her 16×26 Signature Border Pillows in the color of your choice.
To enter visit Caitlin’s blog
, leave a comment, and tell her what color you’d choose. But you need to hurry; the giveaway ends on Monday, May 7th at midnight. Good luck.
My Caitlin Wilson Fleur3 pillow covers and Surya Archive coral rug from RugsUSA arrived yesterday–just in time for spring. I spent the morning cleaning so that my colorful new additions would look their best in the photos. The last photo is a shot of Steve interrupting my photography session. He managed to jump the baby gate and distract me from my work.