Transitional Living Room Design with Sources
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Whether you’re curled up with a hot cup of tea and a good read or enjoying your favorite red with your closest gal pals, your living room is meant to be shared and to create memories. We love creating spaces that are designed to be well-lived in and enjoyed for a life time.
Today we are revealing the living room design and sharing the sources used by Boxwood Avenue Interiors to complete this transitional style with a touch of European farmhouse-inspired decor.
This is a spec home built by Bowlin Built (and is currently on the market!) that we had the honor of designing. Spec homes (houses designed to be sold) allow us opportunities to try out new styles and ideas (wait until you see the laundry room!)
We designed a cozy and welcoming living room where you would want to, well, live. Custom sofas, gorgeous casegoods, natural elements, and a vintage rug help complete a bit of European farmhouse aesthetic.
Get inspired by all of our secrets and sources we used to create this space so you can integrate the European farmhouse feel into your space!
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European Farmhouse Furniture Details
The key to creating a welcoming living room is high-quality sofas. You want lush comfort with clean modern lines balancing equal parts refined and laid back.
For this European farmhouse living room, we used two sofas facing each other to create a cozy conversation nook.
The coffee table centered between the sofas gives you a place to rest items and a perfect surface to add decorative touches. The exact coffee table is sold out but here is a similar look.
This gorgeous side table is the perfect addition next to the sofa. Featuring teak wood and strong lines it blends perfectly with the European farmhouse style.
A set of vintage block side chairs complete the conversation circle and offers more seating. The combination of the black wood and black canvas stand out against the light neutral walls and floors.
Shop Living Room Seating
Lighting sets the tone for the room – quite literally! You want several sources of light to add ambience and function.
We installed this Lois chandelier centered in living room without the shades to give it a more eclectic look. We love the open and airy feeling it gives to the space.
European Farmhouse Textiles
Pillows are an easy way to freshen up your living room from season to season. Mix neutral textures with prints to elevate the design, adding that element of je ne sais quois.
We are showcasing our new collection of Boxwood Avenue Mercantile pillows. Inspired by a warm spring day in the French Countryside, they combine pops of warm color with a myriad of finishes and textures, grounded in muted tones. Each pillow is carefully curated right down to the very stitch, producing a piece that’s special and unique in it’s own way.
Vintage European Decor
Adorn your home in pieces that showcase your individual personality. Treasures collected overtime remind us of vacations, loved ones, and our personal style. Curating your own collection tells the story of the life you’ve lived.
Design Tip: To create a cohesive design you’ll want to group items together in odd numbers. Layer rows of objects on a shelf, think in 3D. Artwork in the background, books stacked, vintage vases, and candles is our go-to formula.
Keep an eye out for more reveals of this beautiful European farmhouse in the next few weeks. Make sure to read about the kitchen reveal as well! We cover the paint and flooring finishes there so don’t miss out.
We offer full service and virtual design services through Boxwood Avenue Interiors for your home. Reach out if you would love some professional help incorporating your style. You don’t need more, you need meaningful.™