Decor Recipes for a Classic Living Room & Family Room
Fans of Hello Lovely favorite Sarah Richardson design are bound to admire Recipes for a Classic Living Room & Family Room since we’ll be exploring the classic ingredients in the fresh traditional mix of lovely for these spaces in the family’s Ontario off-the-grid house.
You’ll find some of the exact sources for furniture and home decor incorporated in this farmhouse’s living room and family room (media room) and even some paint colors.
Recipes for a Classic Living Room & Family Room
Sarah Richardson’s own living room and sun room were designed with classic traditional style, and their approachable elegance is a quality so many of us seek after.
Make sure you watch the video below where Sarah Richardson discusses her living room philosophy (if you can’t touch it or put your feet up, why have it?)!
You’ll glean multiple ideas for adding fresh traditional style to your own living room. From the charming conversation and game areas to the cozy wood stove area in the sun room, these thoughtfully designed spaces seem just right for soaking up winter sunshine.
Sarah went mega as far as scale for the fireplace, and it demands attention with its attractive marble. (And isn’t it refreshing to not spy a big black TV box over the mantel?)
It may surprise you to see the space is so hushed and neutral. Would you have added more lovely pops of color? It may be that Sarah is simply showing us a neutral backdrop which can then change with the seasons and additional colorful accessories.
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A slightly larger table with a similar look I love:
SIMILAR STRIPE ARMCHAIR
Not an identical Accent Cabinet, but a more rustic apothecary chest to consider:
HERE’S a MIRROR (not sure if this is the exact model she chose) to SPLURGE ON:
A SIMILAR END TABLE:
For the complete story of the design of this room, SEE THIS.
Sarah Richardson’s Classic Family Room
Sarah Richardson’s family home, an off-the-grid house in Ontario has so many pretty design details to note, and in the rustically chic family room/media room, we see Sarah’s favorite blue and white scheme.
Wood beams add warmth and interest to the space while also delineating different areas. There aren’t many media rooms spotlighted on this blog for good reason…they tend to be one-note, packed with leather recliners, and completely absent of natural light. So I say, hello, lovely, to this one which takes a more multipurpose approach and includes sumptuous fabrics.
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