This post is all about a neutral living room makeover for Fall 2020 that will leave you inspired.
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Neutral Living Room Makeover
If you have been thinking of a fall refresh but are not sure where to begin this post is for you.
So you may recognize this space from the MY HOME link on the website.
The goal was to create an elevated and inviting space so we could relax after a long day of work.
It was inspired by Kelly Hoppen and Cheryl Eisen of IMG.
These are two of my favorite designers.
The color palette was kept neutral but we used mixed metals and textures.
To create an inviting moment, we added a bench under the artwork with a drink table.
I LOVE how this area turned out!
I’m just a little obsessed with the drink tables from West Elm because they are super cute!
All the artwork in the Living Room is from Leftbank Art which is a “to the trade” vendor that I have access to as an Interior Designer.
You can find similar artwork from High Fashion Home.
Just be aware it is sold as two separate pieces NOT a set.
The original art has a Glass Coat Epoxy and Crystal finish with a Poly Gold Float Frame.
If you need help hanging your art I shared some tips HERE.
Click the link for my exact artwork.
The accent chairs are from Bernhardt in a creme high performance velvet.
I fell in love with them after I saw them used in an IMG space.
The peace sign artwork by Kelli Ellis and the abstract circle are both from Leftbank.
Get The Look
My favorite paint vendor is Benjamin Moore and I have used their paint throughout my entire house.
For anyone interested in the Neutral Living Room paint colors here they are:
Walls: Benjamin Moore Classic Gray OC-23
Accent Wall: Benjamin Moore Obsidian
Trim: Benjamin Moore Simply White OC-117
So if you are wondering what your makeover will cost you DOWNLOAD the FREE Living Room Budget Worksheet.
The products from this room are from a mix of vendors because it makes a space more interesting.
It creates an original look that is unique.
Personally, I do NOT like when a space looks like you purchased the showroom collection.
What’s the fun in that?
I hope you enjoy all the resources but let me know if you need any help.
Have a great day full of Unicorns and Rainbows!
***If you are doing a makeover download your FREE pdf How To Measure Guide to help you get started***
If you made it this far please leave a comment below.
Let me know… Which piece is your favorite from this space?