I have a crush on velvet and now I see it everywhere. If money were no object, this fabulous sofa would be in my house tomorrow.
I like how this room uses the green velvet in a luxurious way while still feeling casual enough to plop down and be at home.
Here is the bigger picture.
I think our yellow sofa still works in the room.
But this couch, that was never supposed to make its way up from the basement, does not work.
Please, don't get me started on the lamp...
I have decided that this velvet love seat might be just the solution I am looking for to replace my
place holder love seat.
Studio Sofa, $499.00
What has me thinking about all these changes to my house? No, it's not consumer greed, but this post from Milk and Honey Home. I am receiving more regular requests for design consultations. But with a home that does not fully reflect my style, or holding a degree in Interior Design, how can a client really know that I have the faintest idea what I'm doing? Julie explains her solution here.
I have a few different steps I'm taking in the right direction. First, I'm registered for one design course at Kendall College of Art and Design in November. Second, I decided to start a new blog that is solely design based. Right now I have two different sets of readers: those that want family topics and those looking for design inspiration. These steps are still in process.
Thank you Julie for inspiring me to not get discouraged, and to keep moving forward in my passion: design.
**EDITORS NOTE: CLICK HERE to see how I finally updated that space!