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Hello! First and foremost, thank you to all those who took the time to read my Vintage Airplane blog post! Because I get a lot of likes and comments on my family room I decided that I would create an inspiration board 🙂 I will be moving soon, so before I start sharing my new living and family room, let me show you how I put together my current family room..
Currently, I live in a small house. There is only one place to have your “living room” or “family room” and so that is why I just call it my “family room.” I’m so excited because in our new house we will have a living room and a family room! So much to decorate 🙂 It’s bittersweet because I am going to miss this space. This particular room played a big part in helping me find my style 🙂
Sofa: IKEA EKTORP 3-seat sectional in white (slipcovers are removable to wash)
Pillows: IKEA, H&M home store and Marshalls
$11 cover @IKEA (you can get the inner cushion @IKEA for $4 or $7)
$6 cover @IKEA (you can get the inner cushion @IKEA for $3 or $6)
H&M pillow cover (not available at the moment). H&M carries all sorts of pillow covers and at a decent price. Be sure to check them out!
Two of my pillows are made out of painter’s drop-cloth! I had someone sow them for me 😉 I found a similar one made out of linen on H&M for 9.99
I fill these with IKEA cushions as well 🙂
When the holidays come, I tend to change out a pillow or two for one that goes with the season. I usually buy those from Marshalls 😉
Throw: IKEA GURLI throw in white, beige for 9.99
Round Mirror: Homegoods
I could not find the exact one that I have online, a similar one is on the inspiration board. My mirror is wooden and it has a distressed look to it 😉 Remember to check out Homegoods for mirrors as they always have a great selection!
Rug: you can find it here
Gallery Wall: Target, Homegoods, Michaels, Marshalls and Hobby Lobby
To achieve this gallery wall, I started by placing my biggest frame in the middle followed by the two white frames on the side. I bought those frames from Target when they were on sale, but I would definitely look into IKEA RIBBA frames as they look exactly the same and at a great price! I worked from biggest to smallest, checking each frame for positioning before I nailed it to the wall. The key is to take your time. It may take awhile before you can say it’s perfect! I would suggest hanging other items such as this deer head or other seasonal table decor. Mixing different textures is a great way to distinct your galley wall! The arrow is a DIY the hubby made out of a piece of pallet. Hubby whipped it up in less than five minutes! Gotta love him 🙂
Just like the pillows, I also change out a few frames here and there to go with the season 😉
Here are some pics of my ever-changing current family room..
Thank you for stopping by!