Please note that this post contains affiliate links. As an Amazon Associate and Rewards Style influencer we earn from qualifying purchases and any sales made through such links will reward us a small commission – at no extra cost for you.
Thanks for joining us again for another week of our Room by Room Summer Series, which we hope you’re enjoying as much as we are. We are both having so much fun showing a different room of our homes each week for this virtual tour of homes. If you joined us last week, we showed y’all our Victorian Farmhouse Kitchen. This week is all about Living Room Decor!
Sadie is excited too and ready to show off her favorite place in the home, the living room. I pulled my camera out and she immediately sat in front of it to get her picture taken. She is the cutest! (And such a ham for the camera haha!)
Teddy on the other hand would rather sleep then be in front of the camera…
I’ve had this industrial railroad cart, which is the real thing, for quite a while. I honestly don’t ever see me giving this piece of furniture up. It’s one of my favorite pieces.
I’m also loving this English Ivy plant I got from an adorable store in Madison, GA, one of our favorite small towns.
This mantel is one area I struggle with. The color of the wood isn’t quite my style, but it’s original to the house. To paint or not to paint? It’s a question I ask myself quite often, but am too afraid to go for it.
If y’all follow us on Instagram, you would have seen in our IG stories that I just got a fiddle leaf fig. So excited about it! I’ve been thinking about getting one for a while now. Every time I was at the store, they were either sold out or they did not look good. Saturday was my lucky day! And I kid you not, three people in Home Depot stopped me to talk about the tree. One woman even rolled down her window in the parking lot to ask what kind of tree it was. I was feeling pretty good haha!
To see how we painted our armoire we off all of the details in this post:
I love displaying my vintage camera collection (not all shown here 🙂 ) on top of the cabinet. The ceilings in this Victorian home are so tall and it’s sometimes hard to fill that extra space. The cameras give it a little more height.
Be sure to visit the other bloggers below to see other great living rooms. And next week I’ll be sharing my guest bedroom, so be sure to stop by!
Wordpress Shortcode: [inlinkz_linkup id=726029 mode=1] Wordpress: