a. I changed out this lamp after I brought the mood board together. I thought the room needed a little bling and shine and I adore this Cedar and Moss lamp from Rejuvenation.
b. My current paint color along one wall is Behr Dusty Mountain.
c. I'd love to add some new artwork to this wall that is inspired by our local Montana landscape. In my dream room I would add this 8 Mile Bench panorama by local artist Craig Edwards. In my real room I would probably save money and try to take my own photograph.
d. OPTION 1: This sectional from Rejuvenation looks so yummy and I loved it from the second I first spotted it. (Click through to see better photos-this one doesn't do it justice). It is way out of my price range, but since we are dreaming... (I think it would be difficult to find an affordable alternative which leads us to option 2...)
d. OPTION 2: To coordinate 2 non-matching sofas, I would do one in leather and one in non-leather. I adore this sofa from Arhaus. The upholstery is the perfect warm gray. I would pair it with this Cavett loveseat from Crate & Barrel. This pairing isn't cheap but together is still less than half of that gorgeous sectional.
e. I have a shag rug but would happily upgrade it to this Marciano rug from Arhaus. So pretty.
f. I have always wanted a low, large, square coffee table. I think the proportions would look fabulous in my large, low-ceilinged-ranch living room. Restoration Hardware has my number on these tables and I am so in love this this Brickmaker's Table.
g. and h. I love all the textiles from Urban Outfitters, especially this black and white pillow and these killim pillows. The yellow/gray color scheme ties in perfectly with my dining room curtains.
i. Every living room needs a good wool throw to curl up with while you drink your morning coffee.
j. I bought a Case Study planter for my entry last year (birthday present to myself) and I love it. West Elm has some great options too.
k. These are my own chairs, of course. I included them here for color reference.
l. I desperately need new end tables, and I like the organic look of these reclaimed wood tables from Anthropologie.
So, what do you think? Option 1 or Option 2? What should I save for first?