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Dressing up a Cozy Craftsman Living Room

Alyse Hufford

Ahhhh fall is in the air and I am ready to get to work on creating a cozy and inviting living room at the northwest craftsman (see previous post).  The client would like a chesterfield style sofa, new throw rug (she's getting a replacement at Pottery Barn), and a reading nook chair.  She ideally wants to keep the side and coffee table she currently owns however for this mood board, I wanted to give her some other options including a reasonably priced gold wire side table and ottoman.  After all, this Seahawks watching family of four needs to kick their feet up while watching the game and the Essex ottoman from West Elm would fit their space perfectly.  

1.  Falling Water Abstract, Kelly Johnston 2. Gus Modern Atwood Sofa, AllModern 3. Les Touches Blue Pillow, AriannaBelle 4. Marble Heather Grey Pillow, ModShop 5. Rooibos Orange Velvet Lumbar Pillow, Cost Plus 6. Devin Tufted Rug, Pottery Barn 7. Vintage Brass Arc Lamp 8. Sophia Leather Chair, Navy, Kasala 9. Kenza Morrocan Pouf, Lulu & Georgia 10. Vintage Italian Gilded Wall Candle Sconces, High Street Market 11. Jonathan Adler Zebra Stacking Dish, Hattan Home 12. Harper Side Table, Urban Outfitters 13. Midcentury Modern Wooden Table Lamp, High Street Market

Before I begin revamping this space, I had to take advantage of an amazing deal on curtains at West Elm.  I couldn't resist paying $12.99/panel for West Elm's Cotton Canvas Bazaar panels in grey.  So we used their print as our jumping off point for the open concept living room and will tie in the oranges and blues of the adjoining dining room.

What this board does not show are the windows and front door on either side of the wall where the couch will be placed.  The wall space above the couch is somewhat limited, however would accommodate a narrower piece of art such as Falling Water from Bainbridge Island artist, Kelly Johnston.

Besides the Atwood sofa, the client is also considering a couple options from local Seattle retailers Couch and Camelion Designs.  Below is the Claire sofa from Couch.

For her reading nook, she really likes the Godiva wing chair, also from Couch.  The nail heads from this chair would tie in nicely with the Claire sofa.

I hope to have more to share on this living room revamp soon when we should have our final fabric and furniture selections made.  I'll also be busy sourcing some vintage accessories for her mantel and tabletops.