If you missed my post about our first house flip, you can check it out by clicking HERE. In that post I promised a follow up post about all of the decor details-where to buy, paint colors, vision, etc! So here it is! Below you will find links to where you can purchase most of these items. There’s a lot to show you so let’s get started…
This house had a great lay out. For being such a small house, the living room was really spacious. The big windows really helped make the space feel larger and brought in so much natural light. I wanted to keep this space bright but also warm and cozy. I tried to choose neutral colors for the furniture and added in pops of color to give it some contrast.
1. I made these wooden wall sconces. You can find them soon in my booth at the Country Store in Walla Walla.
2. Wooden mirror-This one is similar
4. Pillows- Home Goods
5. Grey Lamp
6. This couch was purchased from Walkers Furniture AGES ago
7. Ottoman was purchased from a thrift store
8. Large Area Rug-Home Goods
9. I refinished the end tables in chalk paint
A friend of mine specializes in calligraphy and handcrafted this “Stay Awhile” sign for me. I absolutely love it! It’s going in my own home after we close on the house. I placed this sign on the entry way table near the front door. Calligraphy isn’t the only thing she does either! I got the inside scoop that she’s hosting a giveaway over on her Instagram soon so be sure to follow her!
I love this little wired vessel. I’m someone who craves simplicity and you can’t get much simpler than this! I bought this from Magnolia Market.
There was a certain masculinity about the kitchen so I softened it a bit by adding some fresh flowers.
I purchased this oak dining set off of a facebook ad. I painted it in graphite by Annie Sloan. The vase was purchased so long ago that I can’t remember where it is from. The place settings are from pier one.
One thing you didn’t see in the reveal photos was the little coffee/tea station in the kitchen. Another friend of mine hand stamps and polishes vintage flatware. She even makes jewelry out of them. I knew these little spoons would be the sweetest finishes for the coffee and tea station. Thanks, Erin!
OH! I also want to mention that all purchases support families adopting internationally and out of foster care. In fact, after two long years of trying to adopt their son, they finally get to travel to Ethiopia in a couple weeks and bring him home!
My mom came over one day and said
“Oh! We received one of those as a wedding gift.”
This Flora Macrame Hanger from Magnolia Market is the only thing I’m glad to see come back from the 70’s! Shag carpet and vinyl furniture can definitely STAY in the 70’s.
The map above the desk came from Hobby Lobby (I can’t find the link-sorry!)
The suitcase table is something I made but you can read how to make your own by clicking on this tutorial.
The grey wingback chair came from Ikea and I LOVE IT. Great buy. I’m going to buy another one.
The desk is something I purchased at the country store and refinished with chalk paint. The teal leather chair is something I purchased from a decor shop over in tri-cities (I bought the last one-sorry!)
The tall lamp came from Lowes.
Exterior Siding- Graphite by Sherwin Williams
Exterior Trim- Dover White by Sherwin Williams
Exterior Door- Waterscape by Sherwin Williams
Interior- Repose Gray by Sherwin Williams
Interior trim- Classic White by Sherwin Williams
That pretty much wraps it up! If you have any questions about any decor that I failed to mention, leave a comment and I’ll try and get back to you ASAP.