Living Room : Get the Look

Living Room Get the LookI hope you guys enjoyed the living room reveal yesterday! Thanks so much for your amazing feedback. As promised, I’m sharing all the links and resources today. Click through for details on everything in the finished space. Lucky for you- tons of this stuff is about to go on mega sale for Labor Day! Get to shopping and please don’t tell me how much you pay for something because it will sort of kill me inside if it’s a ton less. Ha! Let’s get to it… 

Get the Look - Living Room

Living Room - Shop the Look01: overarching wall sconce // 02: square arm sectional // 03: mid century coffee table (similar) // 04: architect side table // 05: modern lounge chair (similar) // 06: vintage rug (similar) // 07: teak bowls // 08: slim picture light // 09: framed figure drawing // 10: faux silver dollar eucalyptus // 11: eva vase // 12: horn & brass coaster set // 13: sideboard (similar) // 14: umbrella stand // 15: double wire hooks // 16: gold rim bowl // 17: kabasa vase // 18: faceted vase // 19: plaid pillow // 20: matches // 21: kelly wearstler pillow // 22: grid pillow // 23: classic picture light // 24: kate spade tassel throw … not pictured: windmill art

other architectural items: trim + millwork // marble slab // exterior door hardware // roman shade (in oatmeal, polished pin stripe) 

for paint colors: click here

If you’re local (Salt Lake City), I got a lot of the accessories (#4, #21, #22) in person at Alice Lane Home. In fact, starting on Friday, their annual “Very Best Sale” begins! During the entire month of September (in store and online), all furniture is 20% off… including the side table in my living room.

A lot of the items in the space are vintage (from EBTH- more on that here), but I tried to find and link equally as amazing items that are super similar.

Living Room EntryI’m pretty obsessed with the oversized hooks. They fit the negative space between the doorway and window perfectly. Those are going to come in so handy this fall and winter!

SofaPillows and throws are always items I spend a lot of time sourcing. In this instance, I wanted all of the pillows to have some sort of lined texture or pattern with nice down inserts… after all- this is our comfy / lounge space. My favorite throw is probably this oversized tassel throw. It’s a medium weight and perfect year round.

Throw on Sofa

Organic PillowI briefly touched on the sofa yesterday, but it’s a white denim slipcovered sectional. I had to compromise with Emmett on style, function, and comfort, but this is really the best of both worlds. We’re both happy we landed on this option!

Other favorite things in the space… the vintage rug, the gorgeous gallery lights (they’re battery powered = no cords!), and that beautiful stone side table. I will say, the side table is extremely heavy. It’s solid stone and Emmett wanted to kill me when I asked him to unload it from my car. Ha! For a tiny table, we guessed it weighed a few hundred pounds.

Vintage Rug in Living Room

Shelf StylingIn addition to curating mostly vintage items for the shelves, I also found a couple new items that were well suited for my existing collection… like this gold rimmed bowl that is housing my vintage match book collection.

Match Book Collection

Coffee Table In Living RoomA few beautiful things go a long way. I already talked about these gorgeous coasters yesterday, but they’re one of my favorite things on the coffee table.


Custom Living RoomIf there are any items I missed and you’re curious about the source- just comment below and I’ll share a link! Tomorrow I’m going to share the entire process of building the fireplace and my trip to Georgia to find that amazing marble slab.

*This room makeover is brought to you in collaboration with some of my favorite companies: Metrie, House of Troy, Alice Lane, Coveted Home, Polycor, and Ellis Stone. All content, ideas, and words are my own. Thank you for supporting the sponsors that allow us to create unique content while featuring products we truly use and enjoy!

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  1. katrina blackley says:

    Hi Sarah,
    I love what you are doing to you new home. What do you call you style ascetic? I have question on your feature wall. when you don’t have a perfect “square” wall to paint, How do you decide what areas to paint if your wall is not square without it not looking too odd?

    1. Hi Katrina, thanks so much! I would describe our style as curated, modern, and a little eclectic. It’s hard to define my style because I like mixing a lot of things. Generally you want to take the paint all the way to a corner or edge, rather than end it in the center of a wall. Hope this helps! xo

      1. Where is the wooden hand from?

        1. The wooden hand actually came from a local thrift store a few years ago. I tried my hardest to find another one to link, but came up empty handed (pun intended). haha! I’m sorry about that. xox

  2. danielle davis says:

    where is the windmills print from?? thanks

    1. That’s actually a photo I took 5 or 6 years ago! I’m trying to figure out how to make it accessible for everyone because lots of people have been asking. Stay tuned!! xox

      1. I love the windmill print as well! Looking forward to it being available!

    2. That’s actually a photo I took years ago… but I’m trying to figure out a plan to make it accessible for purchase. I’m brainstorming some ideas! Stay tuned and thank you for following along! xox

  3. Love the room. Where did you find the screens in the cabinet doors? Thank you.

    1. Thank you, Ryan! The mesh inset panel on the doors came from Lowes, I believe. My husband built the cabinets and shelving.

  4. Oh my goodness! Where are those blinds from? Your living room is so beautiful. 😍

  5. Hi there, Where did you get those frames for your gallery wall?

  6. Charissa Breeding says:

    Where is the print of the dot/flowing lines from (on your shelf)?