A couple months ago, I had the pleasure of working with HomeGoods again on their summer social photoshoot. This really is the best job on the planet. Shopping multiple HomeGoods stores over the course of a week and buying whatever I want to create gorgeous rooms is kinda cool. I was tasked with creating a modern farmhouse living room as well as a few other spaces. Today, I am sharing the modern farmhouse living room I created with a little look of the dining space in the background.
Kind of pretty right? I am dying for this room in my house. I kiddingly said, “do you think we could just move this space to my house?” They didn’t respond. -haha
The show Fixer Upper on HGTV is one of my favorite shows and I just love Joanna Gaines. Her take on Modern Farmhouse is amazing and of course, I searched her portfolio for inspiration.
Here is Mary and Maureen, both from HomeGoods. I am very thankful to both of these ladies for giving me these fabulous opportunities to work with them and create these amazing spaces.
me and Mary
me and Maureen
A couple of things that I love about this space and were kind of out of the box thinking are the layering of lamps. I normally only add one lamp to an end table but this time I found a set of stone lamps so I decided to try two of them together. The end table was large enough to hold both of them and I liked the fact that one was large and one was small. Kind of a unique way to add character to the room.
Here is a cute behind the scenes picture. Lots of strategizing going on. -ha
You can see this entire space and all the details of how to decorate a Modern Farmhouse living room over at the HomeGoods blog, Design Happy. I am breaking down this room bit by bit and sharing why I picked what and how you too, can achieve this look in your home. Come say hello and tell me what you think!
So there you have it, my spin on a Modern Farmhouse living room using everything from HomeGoods. Be sure to check out my other spaces and behind scene pictures from the Colorful Family Spaces photoshoot and the Mid-Century Modern photoshoot. Stay tuned, I’ll be sharing the Modern Farmhouse dining table I created during this project soon.
Disclosure: Thank you to HomeGoods for letting me use these photos. Photo taken by Adam Krauth. I am compensated by HomeGoods to design these spaces but not required to share them on my blog. I do because I love Homegoods and love how the spaces turned out. All opinions and words are 100% my own