So we’ve had some pretty exciting news around our house! I have been dreaming of a new sofa for ages but everything I liked was out of our budget. But then I discovered Fashion for Home…a modern furniture company that aims to make designer furniture affordable for everyone. Each piece is made to order and guaranteed for quality. Perhaps the best part is that they have free shipping directly from manufacturers in the US! Fashion for Home has a wide selection and it was so hard to choose…we ended up choosing the Portobello Sofa and could not be happier with it! I’m so impressed by the quality and this new change has completely transformed our space.
I thought it would be fun to also give a little updated tour of our living room as well. This was a great excuse to spruce things up and I just love how everything has come together. As renters, our space isn’t perfect (I dream of hard wood floors!), but I still adore the charm in the details of our place and it feels like home. I think we’ve really made the most of our space…I’ve been very thrifty, purchasing many items secondhand…making our new sofa even more exciting! My style is continuously evolving but right now I think it looks pretty “vintage modern”…I love how the space feels cozy yet clean, and a little bohemian with all of our plants! I hope you enjoy the tour…I’ll share sources below!
So what do you think? I just love the textured fabric and clean lines. It’s my new favorite spot in our house and as you can see it’s perfectly bright for reading- something I’m trying to do a lot more of! (Also, sidenote, if you need a new book recommendation, I just finished The History of Love, and it was so good!
Creating a home is really about making the most of what you have, don’t you think? Hope you’re having a great Monday so far!
Credits: Portobello Sofa: Fashion for Home, Peacock Pillow: Caitlin Wilson Textiles, Herringbone Pillow and Grey Blanket: Ikea, Ampersand Pillow: Crate & Barrel (similar options: one and two), tables & bookcase: thrifted, blue chair: Craigslist, fireplace chalkboard: thrifted/DIY, art: see this post.
(Thank you to Fashion for Home for sponsoring this post! All opinions are my own.)