Living room edit

Here is an edit of some of my favourite bits from our living room, lots of which we had in our previous house and a few key new bits which we fell in love with. I did the Create Academy course with Rita Koning and one of the many useful tips she shared was that – unless you are significantly downsizing of course – you should take all of your furniture with you to your new house. It is better to have a table for your drink, even if it isn’t perfect, rather than to have no table at all. The Ikea bedside table below had been sitting in our loft for years and we bought it to the new house on the off chance there might be a home for it and, there it now sits next to the armchair. We might get a new one at some point but for now it is great to have somewhere to put that glass of wine.

Swoon Edition, Kingfisher corner sofa
Dunelm boucle sofa, Β£639
Maison Brocante, bolster cushion
John Lewis Anyday table
Frances Costelloe, Eve and Apple painting
Margo in Margate, it isn’t this exact print as I think it was a limited edition one but she has loads of new ones
Virginia Woolf, King McGraw
Rebecca Howarth print
Dowse Art print
Kings Framers, large shell
Dyke and Dean round tray
The Wild Journal
Beata Heuman
Ikea Strandom chair
Ferm living plant box
Ceau Store lampshade (on a vintage lamp base)
Ikea desk lamp RANARP
Anna & Nina candle set
La redoute coffee table
Dolly Alderton Ghosts
Little Deer pampas grass
White Company bowls
Anthropologie coasters
Stephen Wiltshire print
Anthropologie Rug
Matalan door stop
John Lewis glass cloche
Graham and Green lamp (we got a very similar one from Matalan but it was no longer available)
Ikea bedside table (which I use as a little side table)
Milking stool, Home Barn (we got ours from Three Angels in Hove but they didn’t have any in stock)
Dried hydrangeas (my mother in law kindly did them for us but these Etsy ones look wonderful)
Kate Moss print – National Portrait Gallery
Wall sconce, H&M
Brass frame, Nkuku
Gold brass arch mirror, Maison du Monde
Kilim footstool, Desired Effects Antiques
Samsung TV, John Lewis
Light – Habitat (we got our light from Matalan a long time ago but it wasn’t available and this is similar)
Ceramic Oil Burner, From Victoria

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