Monday, September 30, 2013

Sun Room Design Changes


The longer I take to put my sun room together the more I change it. I definitely feel taking your time to do a room is the better route, at least for myself. It gives you a chance to really look at what's out there and appreciate what you have bought, so that you don't regret a purchase later.


Click on the picture if you want to shop it, it will take you to my Olioboards.


I've decided to add blue and white elements via ginger jars and planters, black and white gingham, some palms, a flamingo (art), and some leopard print.

I know this looks unseasonably like Summer for many of you reading, but there is no fall weather in sight for me.



18 comments:

  1. Love your pillow combo. I think this is a great board!

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    1. Thank you, Elizabeth!! Best comment this week!:)

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  2. Looks perfect to me dear! Love the mix of pattern which you definitely awesome at, can't wait to see it all come together!

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  3. Oooo when do we get to see it? Can't wait!


    Ali of Dressing Ken

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    1. The whole space really consists of the dining room and sun room. So, next week I should have more of the areas finished to show you, but I'm not sure how long it will take to finish it all up! Thanks so much!

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  4. Thanks so much for linking to my Bash -- very chic board!

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    1. Thank you for throwing such a chic bash! Thanks for the kind words!

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  5. Gosh! I love, love love all the blue and white! Can't wait to see the finished room!

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  6. I really love it! I would love to hang out there!

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    1. What an amazing compliment, Albertina! Thank you!

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  7. Your choices/pattern mixing are always so bold. I love it. This is going in an amazing direction, and I look forward to seeing how you execute it all. The chandy and wall art are my favorites.

    XOXO,
    Meredith

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    1. Thank you, Meredith! What a thoughtful comment!

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  8. The mix of patters is so mixed that it becomes right! I really love this room. I gotta say that my fave pieces are the bench, chandelier and the cabinet.

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    1. Thanks, Melissa! I'm usually pretty tame when it comes to pattern mixing in my own home, but since I truly love the mix of colors and patterns from the board, I'm going to do my best to implement them in my sunroom.

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  9. This is looking great! I love it!!! that chandy is pure candy!

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    1. Thank you so much, Lisa for the kind words!! l am in love with that chandy, too, but more than likely it will be a diy in my house instead of the real thing.

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