I've been showing you the changes and tweaks that I've made to our living room.
I showed you the newly painted armoire here...
...then the drawer unit beside my couch here...
And today I'm showing you a couple more areas in this room!
I got this coffee table awhile ago for a steal at an antique mall.
I created a new vignette on it, starting with a HUGE wicker tray that I got from Homegoods (with a Christmas gift card from my mom.)
I filled it with a large nest and eggs on an architectural base, a skinny topiary, and a metal lantern.
One of the first changes I made to this room (and showed you awhile ago) was placing this table in the corner of the room and leaning the tobacco drying basket on it. I also hung the chippy old door, and added the huge cherub lamp to the top and postal bin to the bottom shelf.
I recently swapped in the hydrangea plant and some tall, distressed candlesticks (my mom surprised me with the tallest when I arrived in Tucson for vacation-love it!)
Between the couch and the table I stacked an old box and a crate, and topped them with an architectural base, candles and a glass cloche.
I also still have the old army trunk under the coffee table.
And beside the loveseat I placed a small bench holding a wire basket filled with a dried lavender bouquet.
I'm really happy with how this room has come together!
I think I've achieved the lighter, brighter, French farmhouse look that I've been craving.
I'm almost finished showing you this room...I have just a couple more areas to reveal, next time. :)
I hope that you enjoyed.
Thanks so much for stopping by and have a wonderful day!