It’s week two of the One Room Challenge!
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One of my favorite elements of Farmhouse decor is incorporating natural elements: wood and green plants. You can never go wrong bringing natural wood and greenery into any room. Personally, my house is a bit more modern, colorful and eclectic…far from a traditional Farmhouse style. But, when my friend asked me to help her decorate her room, I was excited to choose some fun items to complete the look.
You always want to choose furniture and a paint colors before you start thinking about accessories. But the accessories, in my opinion, take the room from sterile to the ultimate of cozy. Her room before was a golden tan color that was much too warm for her taste (and mine!). I chose Sherwin Williams Light French Gray and a few others to sample. I like choosing two or three and painting a small area in the room to see how it looks in the exact space. Those little paint swatches just don’t do it justice. She ultimately chose the Light French Gray.
Can’t wait to show you the before and after in this room once I put it altogether for my friend!
Worth noting, the wooden hook is $3. The tray is $5. The curtain rods are soooo good and they’re from Walmart. Wait, what? I just realized last week that HomeGoods (owned by TJMAXX) is selling some items online. And that, my friends, is trouble. Haha. I’m addicted. You’ll see a few HomeGoods items: pillows and vases. Then, I featured two items from a local small shop called Curtis Creation.
SHOP THIS LOOK
1. SMALL WREATH
2. WOOD/METAL TRAY
3. POTTED PLANT
4. WOOD CURTAIN ROD
5. HANGING BASKET
6. LEATHER SIGN “THERE WILL BE MIRACLES”
9. WHITE STRIPE PILLOW
10. FLOOR POUF OTTOMAN
11. WHITE EURO PILLOWS
12. GRAY COLOR BLOCK VASE
13. WHITE DETAIL VASE
14. BOTANICAL TAPESTRY
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