It's finally here... living room reveal! Everything came together perfectly, and so keep scrolling for more pictures of my boho chic living room. All of my amazing living room furniture is from Wayfair. Wayfair is my go-to website for 'A Zillion Things Home' across all styles and budgets. There are 5000 brands of furniture, lighting, cookware, and more. Their customer service is amazing and they also offer free shipping on most items!
In case you missed it, I’m working with Decorist again to design my boho chic living room that has a lot of textures and colors for my new home in Seattle area. I had worked with Decorist before to design my Master Bedroom and I posted an honest review of the process. Decorist is an online website that allows you to work with the biggest interior designers and decorators in the industry.
For my new living room, I opted for a more colorful style since the weather in Seattle is usually dreary. My amazing designer Jessica McCarthy had quite a challenge. The marble coffee table with gold accents and lots of textures was the only thing I had specifically asked for. Jessica did an amazing job incorporating that and much more! The original design features a different rug which was a lot redder in person so I returned it and I found this AMAZING affordable kilim bohemian rug that made the room!! It was originally going to be in my dining room but it worked so perfectly with the blue sectional (note that despite what the stock photo looks like, it is NOT velvet butI still love it).
People often get asked what the style of my home is and I always have the hardest time answering. My answer would be that I have an electric modern bohemian chic home (wow that's a mouth full). I am not an interior designer but I do know what I like. I love marble, fur, textures, gold accents, and mixed with wood accents so it doesn't feel too glam. I also LOVE plants because they literally give life to the room! If you can't have real ones, invest in faux one like this fiddle leaf tree (I have it in a corner where it doesn't get a lot of light). It honestly looks incredibly real and adds greenery and homeyness feeling.
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Big thanks to Wayfair for the furniture and Decorist for helping me out with the design.