Grab a cup of coffee and settle in for a great post! Today, I have not only one, but two complete mood boards for you. And, the links to every single-item shown appear below each mood board. I teamed up with Home Decorators Collection to bring you two mood boards for my most-requested room, the living room! Timing couldn’t be better, since they all indoor seating, tables and select cabinets are 20% off through the end of September.
Home Decorators Collection has long been one of my top sources for client work. I can always find anything I need in their vast collection. Personally, I look forward to their catalogs in the mail (yay, a new one arrived yesterday!). The online store is great, but I love seeing the items styled in the context of a room, too. I love taking a coffee break with the Home Decorators Collection catalog.
I set out to create one awesome mood board for you, but there was so much good stuff to recommend I could not contain it all on one board. So, you get a double feature. Two complete living room plans entirely sourced from the Home Decorators Collection. One stop shopping at it’s finest.
I packed these boards full of great furniture and decor. They are very detailed. To see a larger view, simply click on the image.
Fresh & Bright Traditional Living Room
The first look I tackled is a sunny traditional living room. The yellow makes the room sunny, but could easily be swapped out for any other accent color. Be sure to click-through to the rug, lamps, and accent chair to see all the other color possibilities. My favorite piece in this room is the Gaming Wheel wall decor. Home Decorators Collection has a great collection of unique and affordable wall decor and art.
1. Hayley Curtain Panel | 2. General Admission Canvas Art | 3. Jenna Stacked Ball Lamps, Set of 2 | 4. Martha Stewart Ingrid End Table | 5. Reflections Three-Piece Cabinet | 6. Gaming Wheel | 7. Lakewood Tufted Sectional | 8. Keyes Decorative Pillow | 9. Adelle Pillow | 10. Silver Sequin Pillow | 11. Keyes Decorative Pillow | 12. Emma Tufted Storage Ottoman | 13. Cheshire Rug | 14. Raka Carved Wood Panel | 15. Bark Bowl | 16. Nantucket Cloche | 17. Ingrid Console | 18. Cornell Jugs | 19. Aria Mirror Candle Sconce | 20. Custom Kenter Slipper Chair
Industrial/Traditional Living Room
For the second look, I combined to seemingly opposite styles…traditional and industrial. I am calling it Refined Industrial. Traditional furniture gets updated with a little industrial edge for the accent pieces. I went with a beautiful blue scheme, but again make sure you click-through to see all the color possibilities for the sofa, lamps, and rug. My favorite piece in this room is the Normandy Double Chest (two shown). The basket-style drawers inside a white cabinet are so gorgeous. I have one on my wish list for the basement family room to hold game boards and pieces. They would also be great for toy storage!
1. Marilyn Square Mirror (9 shown) | 2. Hunt Candle Holders, Set of 5 | 3. Eva Double Gourd Lamps, Set of 2 | 4. Sylvan End Table | 5. Fadia Picture Frames, Set of 2 | 6. Anderson Trays, Set of 2 | 7. Markham Sofa | 8. Corded Box Pillow | 9. Sequin Pillow | 10. Industrial Maison Coffee Table | 11. Lawton Area Rug | 12. Map of New York Art | 13. Capri Table Lamp | 14. Normandy Double Chest (2 shown) | 15. Directeur Floor Lamp | 16. Fulham Chair | 17. Dixie Pillow
Did you notice the amazing lamps and rugs in each room? I could get lost for days looking at all the amazing lighting. But, I spent the most time choosing rugs for these boards, because Home Decorators Collections has so many amazing rugs. Remember, they are one of my favorite rug sources?!
Before we go, let’s play favorites! Which room do you like best? What’s your favorite piece? As much as I am partial to the brightness of the first board, I absolutely love the edgy industrial look. Another favorite piece is the Reflections Three-Piece Cabinet on the first board. See it in my client’s home office before & after.
Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Home Decorators Collection. They compensated me for creating the mood boards. All product selections and opinions in this post are my own.