Classic Modern Neutral Rich Living Room



classic modern neutral rich living room

I can’t believe this day came.  Three weeks ago I didn’t think this would come together, but it did, and I couldn’t be happier.  More importantly, my parents couldn’t be happier.  They are in love with the space, and while I treated this project like my own child, seeing them happy was the ultimate goal.

We started with lots of tan and gold and ended with every shade of neutral you can possibly imagine done in a way that feels bold to me. This was my first ever all neutral room, so it was a huge challenge, but now I’m wondering why MY house isn’t layers and layers of neutrals.  It feels so cozy.  I’m not going to go into too much detail because I’ll share the “what” and “why” to every decision made next week.  I did share the sources to all items in today’s post – if you see something without a source/can’t find the source, just leave a note in the comments and I’ll add it.

Today is very photo heavy.  Fear not because every single inch of this space is shown in photographs below.  My friend and photographer, Kayla, graciously drove to Lufkin with me (4 hours each way!!!!) to shoot the room and I literally cried when she sent me the edited photos.  So many hours of work went into this project, and Kayla is so talented and photographed this space beautifully.  I’m so happy to wrap up this project, but the experience really was a good one for me.

Week 1: And So It All Begins

 Week 2: We’ve Got a Plan

Week 3: Painful Progress

Week 4: The Power of Paint

Week 5: We’re on a Roll

First, I have before shots to compare because those are the best part of a reveal post.

Before:


ORC before

After:


classic modern neutral rich living room

Before:


BEFORE

After:


classic modern neutral rich living room


Before:


ORC before

After:


classic modern neutral rich living room


Classic Yet Modern Neutral Living Room


classic modern neutral rich living room


Classic Yet Modern Neutral Living Room


Classic Yet Modern Neutral Living Room


Classic Yet Modern Neutral Living Room


Classic Yet Modern Neutral Living Room


Classic Yet Modern Neutral Living Room


Classic Yet Modern Neutral Living Room


Classic Yet Modern Neutral Living Room


Classic Yet Modern Neutral Living Room


Classic Yet Modern Neutral Living Room


Classic Yet Modern Neutral Living Room


Classic Yet Modern Neutral Living Room


Classic Yet Modern Neutral Living Room


neutral rich living room


neutral rich living room


neutral rich living room


Classic Yet Modern Neutral Living Room


neutral rich living room


Classic Yet Modern Neutral Living Room


Classic Yet Modern Neutral Living Room


 

Photography: Kayla Snell 

And that’s a wrap.  Next week I’ll be back with more details than you want to know about this room. I’ll also share the budget details (not sure if anyone is interested in that, but I always find myself wondering when I see a room makeover).

Thanks for following along and for all of the words of encouragement!  Be sure to check in with the fellow bloggers’ reveals!  I am so excited to see them all.  And tomorrow is part two of the One Room Challenge reveals!!! So many pretty rooms too see.

A huge thank you to Linda for dreaming up this crazy idea and making it all happen (and so successfully).  She is the reason we have so many pretty spaces to see today!!!


orc participants

Claire Brody  | The Curated House  | Design Manifest  | Driven by Decor  | Honey We’re Home  | Hunted Interior  | The Makerista | Making it Lovely | My Sweet Savannah |  Pencil and Paper Co. | The Pink Clutch | Savvy Home  | Simplified Bee  | Sketch 42  | Jill Sorensen | Orlando Soria  | Thou Swell  | The Vault Files  | Waiting on Martha  | The Zhush 

 Media Partner House Beautiful | TM by CIH 

A huge thank you to the following sponsors for their generosity:  Tonic Living | Annie Selke | Minted | Lowes | Lazzaro Leather | AllModern | Bellacor | Joss and Main | Lamps Plus | ArtStar | Wayfair | Furbish

CHEERS!

Claire

 

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