Finally. A new, beautiful sofa and a couple armchairs. I’ve been waiting a while to replace our living room furniture, and we finally pulled the trigger. I loved my old couch so so so much, but it just didn’t fit the look I was going for in our space anymore. I am super picky about couches. I think it’s mostly the fabric that I don’t love on most of them. I wanted something light, but not that would get dirty quickly, so slipcovered couches were the route we decided to take, and I am so pleased with the ones we chose!
BEHR so kindly provided me with the paint for this post, but as always, all opinions and reviews are 100% my own.
I have a little secret. I am the absolute worst at picking out paint colors. To be honest with you, I’ve never bought a paint sample in my life. I’m not one of those people who goes to their hardware store, deliberates over different shades of the same color, paints five or six samples on the wall, and stresses over which one is the right one for days and days. Heck, the last few times I’ve painted a room I probably used the first paint chip I picked up, and each time I loved the color when I put it on the walls (after my initial mini breakdown before it dried completely – which happens every single time).
I am really, really excited about some projects we are currently working on for our office, but first I wanted to share this little gallery wall I finished in there today. Gallery walls are hard guys!!! It’s like this puzzle that you mess around with for hours (yes, hours in my case) until all the pieces fit just right. To make it worse, we have piles and piles of picture frames in our basement that I had to pick from, so it was difficult to narrow it down without making it look too cluttered. Is it possible to over clutter a gallery wall? I think there is a fine line to be honest. Our office has a lot going on so I didn’t want to overdo this wall. Plus, there is a great DIY piece that will go directly underneath it that I didn’t want to take away from. For now I am happy with it, but it is always subject to change!