Have you heard of it?
It's only one of the coolest and most unique collection of vintage pieces for sale out there right now!
Well anyways, they invited me to participate in a Style Challenge and I gladly accepted! Admittedly, I have not purchased anything from Chairish but only because it would involve shipping furniture which is never cheap or a drive to Chicago which I'm usually up for, but nothing really fits in my car...so I'll have to wait until I have a truck. hah.
But anyways, they sent me a list of items and I was supposed to pick my favorite...
The winner... ???
I'm not sure why but I was just drawn to it. I love the subtle curve in the back and of course tufting makes me swoon.
Then I needed to design a room around it. I used Olioboard to create it so I will say that some of these extra pieces are from places like One Kings Lane and are probably not available exactly as is, but I'm sure you can find similar pieces that probably would work and at even better prices if you look. I love to look at thrift stores and on craigslist for deals! The key... keep looking always! Everyday!
Ok... so can I just say how much I would love to put this room in my house somewhere right now?!?
Seriously it's making my little heart pitter patter.
I love that the sofa, even though it's gold, acts as a neutral and works with many different warm colors.
I tried to think of something that would work for my family but also had a touch of whimsy as well as different textures and patterns which I love to mix.
Every room in my house has a basket and this one would be no different.
I love jute rugs (from Chairish), but the cowhide (also from Chairish) really warms and softens it up.
The leather chair on the right has some wear to it which I love. I did worry that two leather chairs in one room might be too much but I think in this case it works only because the colors of leather are so different and the wood tones on the carmel colored chair really differentiate it from the dark more traditional chair.
I've also got a major crush on Aztec prints these days which is why I choose this ottoman as the coffee table.
It lightens the space up a little bit, but also ties in with all the coordinating colors of the chairs.
This one was listed through One Kings Lane on Olioboard, but I bet you could either find one, probably on Chairish, or reupholster one to resemble this.
Besides the sofa, I am loving the cute little patterned stool in front of the leather chair.
I have a really odd love for stools and I swear there is one in almost every room of my house, but I love this little guy. Along with the bulldog statue, it adds that bit of whimsy which I appreciate in any room.
I'm not a fan of NEW and Matchy Matchy so this challenge was right up my alley.
I decided to keep the furniture and "staples" of the room more neutral so that you can constantly change up accessories and the look of the room without having to spend a fortune.
Like look how cute it looks all dolled up for the holidays?
Well what do you think? Do you like this space?
Was the sofa your favorite piece?
Can't wait to hear what you think!
And a huge thanks to Holly at Chairish for inviting me to participate in this style challenge!