I hope that everyone had a fantastic weekend. My parents, who live three hours away, came for a visit Saturday and spent the night. My mother was doing some decorating in her home and was needing some decor items. We had so much fun shopping and found some really pretty things for my parent’s house. I’m can’t wait to see how it all looks. After my parents left on Sunday, my in-laws, who live two hours away, called to say they were going to be in Oklahoma City for the day and invited us to an early dinner. Needless to say, we ate a lot of delicious food this weekend. My husband, kids, and I feel so blessed that we were able to see our loved ones. We miss them so much and wish that we could see them more often.
Today’s post is actually part two of three of the French Country Bonus Room reveal. I have already shown you my favorite spot in the room, the reading nook. Now, it is time to share the living area of the room. This area is where we hang out together, watch movies, and eat popcorn.
This room was entirely decorated on a strict budget. I purchased the sofa at Joss and Main for a really good price. I used a neutral sofa in an oatmeal color to lighten up the room.
The rug was purchased from a moving sale. It is a Pottery Barn wool rug in a Jacobean print, and I bought it for an unbelievably good price. I love the rug’s rich, saturated colors of red, yellow, and green. I feel that it provides a good anchor for the furniture placement in the room.
The lamps that flank the table were my mother’s lamps. She bought new ones and gave these to me. I replaced the shades with these new ones that were purchased from At Home. For that perfect French Country touch, I added red tassels.
The chairs belonged to my in-laws. I purchased the artwork from a moving sale. They are by Mary Kay Crowley and are signed and dated. The table is an antique that I found on Craigslist. It was originally purchased from Charles Faudree’s store in Tulsa.
I have rocked all of my babies in this rocking chair so it is very special to me. It is one of those things that I could never part with.
Below is the sofa table.
Thanks so much for stopping by for the upstairs bonus room tour. Wednesday, I will be sharing the final part of the tour, the home office. I hope that you have a blessed and wonderful day!!!