Decorating inspiration with West Elm and Anthropologie. Sounds fun right? It was! A couple months ago I shared that I was decorating the model homes at our workplace. They are newer homes that are on display for clients to view and walk through.
The room below is the front living room of the two story colonial.
The drapery is from West Elm and is called Scribble in feather gray. The furniture was purchased from Rotmans Furniture in Massachusetts. The tufted sofa and rustic reclaimed lumber coffee table coordinate beautifully together. I chose to mix and match a variety of furniture pieces from different collections to achieve a french modern country look.
The tan sisal rug is from Pottery Barn.
The drapery below in the dining room is from West Elm and is called Belgian Linen. The mirrors are from Home Goods, the chandelier is from Home Depot and the blue gray trellis rug is from West Elm.
Candle holders wrapped in twisted sisal roping is a quick solution to add texture to a table. The mirrored tray is beautiful and both are from Rotmans. Be sure to see our tutorial on how we made our own twisted sisal wrapped candle holder.
The dining room set is from Rotman’s Furniture as are many of the accessories.
The photographs below are of the living room in the cape style home. The couch and chairs are from Rotman’s Furniture.
The drapery is from Anthropologie and is called Mantadia, the box frame coffee table is from West Elm, the natural colored shag rug is from Rotman’s and the canvas print above the couch is from Pier One Imports.
The embroidered curtain panels from Anthropologie are gorgeous.
I do not have a decorating degree and I kind of just wing it and go with what I like. I love to mix and match styles and finding items that are affordable are certainly high on my list of priorities. It was fun this time though spending someone else’s money. West Elm offers a trendy mix of stylish home decor items at an affordable price. Decorating inspiration, for me, comes from a variety of sources and West Elm and Anthropologie are two of my favorites. If you would like to visit these homes, you can find them here.