The intent of the main living room space was to keep the room organic and simple. Most of the colors are muted and natural from grey to brown and tan. The sofa and linen chairs are from Restoration Hardware, curtains are from Anthropologie, light over the breakfast table and the coffee table are from a local store called Donna Mancini. Donna has a great selection of home items from lighting to larger furniture items like beds, sofas and dining room tables. To round out the living room space we added 2 leather chairs in the Molasses color from Pottery Barn. They are small scaled, comfortable and affordable. In the breakfast nook we found the bistro chairs while we were still living in New York. The table was purchased on craigslist and the original owner told us it had been passed down a few generations while she was living in Boston. My favorite part about the table is the pedestal base and the unique hardware that holds the top together. We have different wood tones throughout the first floor, but I feel like it all works together. Most of it has an aged look or is actually old. I like to mix old and new items to create a unique and comfortable look.
I’m in love with these glass and chrome pendant lights from Overstock. Cant beat the price on these at $100 each! They are out of stock right now, but keep checking. I’m sure they will be available again soon.
The Octane Bar Stools in the kitchen are from Industry West (great local resource for mid century modern and indestructible items that work great with kids).