My living room evolved over time and ended up kinda loud. There are a lot of birds and bright colors. Basically, it looks like a psychedelic menagerie of sorts.
Every time I try to photograph the elements, I end up with a dog in the picture.
I was trying to take a picture of the entertainment center. Pay no mind to the crooked, off-center deer head. That situation was remedied with a hammer, a hairdryer, and a pack of gum. No, really….
This was an attempt at photographing my rug. It looks like my spaniel is using it as a Slip ‘N Slide.
I was trying to take a picture of my lampshade, and my dog sat up. (I ultimately put it on a different lamp, but it started here.)
Here’s my throw pillow up close. Albus is very into it.
You can sort of see the elements in context from this angle:
Again, a dog in the photo. I think he’s angry he doesn’t receive royalties for appearing on my blog.
And this angle:
I am in desperate need of a new couch, but I have been putting off the purchase. I also need to reposition the Beymer prints, but I have one more to frame, so I haven’t bothered….
So, anyway, that’s my living room. And even though it’s not quite done, I find myself restless and wanting to redecorate. Not because I don’t like the room but because I also like these rooms:
I mean can we talk about this wall by Mary McDonald? Source
Remember when I said I was obsessed with Caitlin Wilson? Well, these are her Anchors Away pillows and I need them in my life. Source
I live for this room by Annsley Interiors. Source
I’m thinking of moving toward the beach in the next year. Maybe that would be a good excuse to overhaul my aesthetic.
What do you think?