Welcome to our living room tour.
First we live in a log home we built ourselves. It took 5 years, but well worth it. The home is Eco Friendly, all products made in the USA and the logs and wood were purchased from a local saw mill. The best part about it is we paid “Cash” nothing better than living debt free.
Now on to the tour:
This home is so easy to arrange furniture in, there are so many possibilities and I take advantage of them all. I normally rearrange furniture twice a week.
The sofa and chairs are the JCPenny Linden Street slip-covered line. I pondered over where to purchase from: Pottery Barn, Ballard, of JCPenny. Price won out, but when the delivery truck arrived my furniture was on a Pottery Barn truck, so I think the same manufacture makes for all three and just sells under different names. I have since learned all three stores slip covers are interchangeable. After learning that, I am sure it is all the same stuff. I have several colors of the covers and change the out when I tire of one color. They are also washable, just make sure you put them on when they are wet, or they will never fit.
The curtains are fabric purchased from fabric.com. I use the clips at the top to attach them to the rod and use carpet tape at the bottom as my method for hemming.
The walls are still undecorated. With the ceiling height (25ft.) making it difficult to find the right pieces, most thing look to small for the space.
The front door leads to the porch build and the porch reveal.
The cabinet to the right hides our tv.
The stairs to the loft where the master bedroom is located.
Here is that huge wall space, that I was talking about. Any ideas on how to decorate it??? What I really want is a huge old metal sign, that is rusted and has chippy paint, but I haven’t found one to fit my budget yet.
Thank you for dropping by and if you missed the kitchen tour you can find it here.
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