a day in the life | my living room refresh

over the past few months, we’ve introduced our a day in the life series where we give you regular updates and tours of my home.  we’ve walked you through everything from my kitchen to my downstairs basement.  we love interior design and decorating over here on the blog, and given how much time i’ve had at home lately, i decided to tweak my living and dining room.  i’m a big believer in change and mixing things up.  and an easy way to implement change is to start at home and rearrange things a bit.  it feels good, i promise.  so join us today and take a tour of my living room refresh. 

ruffle shell & white pants

today’s OOTD is perfect for spring or summer—indoors or out.  i’ve got a pair of clean, white pants from Loft, i’m loving this floral ruffle shell, also from Loft.  i love floral for spring and summer and have featured it extensively over the years.  it never goes out of style, and it’s so easy to integrate into your wardrobe.  whether through a pair of floral pants, floral dress, or a ruffle shell like the one i have on today,  nothing says seasonal transition quite like floral.  

ruffle shell | riveria pants | shoes

 

my living room refresh

i’m always tinkering with my home.  i’m constantly moving furniture around and rearranging placement of everything from my art to lamps, vases, and plants.  it’s amazing how even the most subtle changes to our living spaces can impact our mood for the better.  a few months ago, i gave you all a tour of my living room.  over the past few months, i’ve been playing around with things a bit and making a few tweaks that i wanted to share with you.  

table lamp | floor lamp | coffee table | leather sectional | dining chair | dining armchair | side table | drink table | wood tray

 

a day in the life

the biggest change i made  was rearranging the furniture, and boy has it opened things up.  things feel so much more open now, and i’m really enjoying what feels like extra space.  i’ve also invested in a new dining room chandelier, which i’m loving.  it gives the room a new feel, which amazes me.  hard to believe sometimes how a little change can have such an effect.  

table lamp | floor lamp | coffee table | leather sectional | dining chair | dining armchair | side table | drink table | wood tray

 

a day in the life

i hope you enjoyed a glimpse of my living room update.  in case you’re new to the blog or missed some of our entries into a day in the life series, make sure to check all of them out below. 

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13 Comments

  1. Cosner, vee wrote:

    Enjoy following you so much. Had knee replacement on Sept. 11th. Had my incision glued. No staples. Forgive me but I adored you shorter haircut. So sharp. Stay well.

    Posted 5.26.20
  2. Julie Mycock wrote:

    Hi Beth, what lovely colours, you have made your living room a calm place to be, well done. It’s amazing how tweaking a few things can make such a difference, xoxo Julie from England

    Posted 5.26.20
  3. Julie wrote:

    I love your coffee table and the Reese Witherspoon book. I do have it! You work hard but you are blessed to have such beautiful things. I live vicariously I guess.

    Posted 5.26.20
  4. Michelle wrote:

    I have collected blue/white pottery since 80s. Even visited Delft factory. Lost everything in 2018 Paradise, CA fire. There is life after ashes and new collecting.

    Posted 5.26.20
  5. Eve wrote:

    How beautiful. It deserves the cover of BHG magazine. Your art work is amazing! What I like most about your home is how comfortable it looks.

    Posted 5.26.20
  6. Lisa Simmons-Yarbro wrote:

    Hi Beth,
    Lovely living room! So inviting!
    Where is the small potted Olive tree from?

    Thanks!!
    Lisa

    Posted 5.26.20
    • diane olivi wrote:

      I would love to know wher3e the artwork is from. The row boats and the birds.

      Posted 5.26.20
  7. Suzanne Smith wrote:

    Very nice! It all looks great. Sometimes you just have to mix things up some.

    Posted 5.26.20
  8. cathy ogi wrote:

    Love your purple flowers on the chest. That color! I love purple and flowers.

    Posted 5.26.20
  9. Mary C wrote:

    Lovely! Your home looks so inviting. Thank you for sharing. I had seen the painting of the boats above your mantle in an earlier post and still love it in this post as well.

    Posted 5.26.20
  10. Pam wrote:

    Hi Beth, Thanks this morning from Omaha, NE I love the eclectic look and all of the interesting pieces in your living spaces. You have put a smile on my face and courage in my steps today. Have a great day!

    Posted 5.27.20
  11. Pamela wrote:

    What a lovely home you’ve created and you have such a beautiful decorating style. I enjoy seeing these day in the life posts.

    Posted 5.27.20
  12. 5 stars
    It’s really cool that you refreshed your living room. I like how you did it. Everything in your ideas at the same time looks restrained and defiant. I admire your ideas and ability to arrange everything in such a way that pleases my eye, haha. The white room in the composition of the painting executed in black colors is generally wonderful. The most interesting thing is that it does not attract attention to itself. I’ll even say more if I didn’t select it if there weren’t a separate photo. Thanks for your ideas !!

    Posted 5.29.20

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