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My Lady Loft Living Room with sloped ceiling

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It’s been a long time coming and the lady loft living room is almost complete! Today I am sharing the living room portion of the loft sponsored by Raymour and Flanigan. I am so happy I partnered with these guys because I had no idea how great their quality was and the best part, it’s affordable!

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It’s really hard to express enthusiasm online through words but I LOVE my Lady Loft. When I tell you that I look forward to watching my three TV shows on Hulu during a 5 hour binge marathon, this loft living room provides the perfect peaceful spot for me.

Loft Living Room Ideas

Lady Loft Attic Living Room Grey Sectional rustic barn media console brown coffee table shag rug

If you have been following along, you know that this space at one point was my son’s bedroom and Xbox/hangout space for him and his friends. Well that didn’t go over so well as bedtime was a nightmare. He felt like he was in a different house all alone.

I think when he gets older, he will most likely regret the decision to move into my “old office” but that’s ok.

Here is the loft before (same view as above) but after we built the closet in the corner.    attic loft open space with skylights desk, yellow rug, toys, sectional

Here is the loft before the closet.

attic loft open space with skylights desk, yellow rug, toys, sectional

After.

Lady Loft Attic Living Room Grey Sectional rustic barn media console brown coffee table shag rug, closet

At some point this year, I am hoping to add a new really amazing BIG chandelier and faux rustic beams.

I haven’t suggested the rustic beams yet to my dad but how hard can it be right?

Loft Living Room Furniture
Lady Loft Attic Living Room Grey Sectional rustic barn media console brown coffee table shag rug, closet

The furniture quality, design and texture is absolutely perfect and I couldn’t be happier with how this room turned out.

Lady Loft Attic Living Room Grey Sectional rustic barn media console brown coffee table shag rug, closet

You may remember that my dad and I built a closet into the knee wall about a month ago to provide closed storage.  I have to admit, the closet idea was a good one, even though my dad thought it was completely unnecessary.

Another before.

attic loft with sloped ceiling skylights and tv on floor

After.

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The Lady Loft serves as a TV space and my office.

Kind of a spot out of the way from all the hubbud from the rest of the house as it’s on the 3rd floor and out of the way. The Xbox and “teen hangout” space as been booted to the basement but those little rugrats (my son and his friends) seem to think that my Lady Loft is cool and a good space for movies.

I see a teen space makeover coming soon in the basement because I need to get rid of them!Lady Loft Attic Living Room Grey Sectional rustic barn media console brown coffee table shag rug -12

Raymour and Flanigan has a great sectional selection and living room furniture for every budget. This sectional is so reasonably priced I almost thought it was a mistake on the tag.

It’s soft, stain resistant, super comfy and gorgeous! The transitional design is cutting edge and will be perfect for seasonal decorative changes. You all know I love to swap out decor!

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I decided to coordinate their barn farmhouse style barn X design media console and coffee table with a more modern styled accent chair.

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Loft decorating ideas on a budget

I knew I needed neutral pop of color and casual pattern and this accent chair couldn’t have been more perfect. Soft blues and grays paired with a hint of blush via the throw pillows was the exact contrast I was looking for.

blue, white and gray round geometric accent chair Raymour and Flannigan

blue, white and gray round geometric accent chair Raymour and Flannigan

blue, white and gray round geometric accent chair Raymour and Flannigan

And who isn’t dying over the canine themed pillows!?

gray sectional canine theme throw pillow

They came with the couch along with the black checkered and diamond throw pillows and you guys, I NEVER like the throw pillows that come with living room furniture. The graphic canine throw pillows add a pop of whimsy and casual elegance to the sectional. I think they are so fun!

barn style side table

barn style side table

The side table is the match to the coffee table and I love the storage option inside.

Loft Style Living

I wanted a lot of greenery in the lady loft living room as it is fairly large at 600 square feet and honestly, the existing white paint color on the walls (I will be changing that when I am really motivated to paint) appears stark and sterile.

Greenery “faux and real” is the perfect, most economical way, to bring life to a space.

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When you are dealing with slanted or a sloped ceiling, living room furniture placement can be tricky. I wanted the living room and office space to be separate and that isn’t always the easiest thing to accomplish in a wide open space.

When we added the closet with french doors, it provided a nook for my office and the sectional provided a “boundary line” for the tv space.

The office reveal and closet makeover will be shared soon along with a full shot of the space all tied together. I am thinking about adding grasscloth wallpaper in the nook part and possibly over the closet wall.

I did a faux finish on the closet wall which I am not sure I love (tough to see in these pictures) so why not cover it with wallpaper right?

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Shop My Lady Loft Living Room 

Sectional | Accent Chair | Coffee Table | Media Console | Side Table | Decorative Accessories 

I am always curious to see how others decorate their attic or loft space with a sloped ceiling. Are you a fan of a lady loft living room or would you use it for something else? Lofts are tough with a sloped ceiling so please share your ideas if you have any.

I cannot thank Raymour and Flanigan enough for the complimentary furniture and guess what, we have partnered with them for a patio makeover and you will NOT believe how stunning the wicker patio sectional is that we picked out.

I am so excited because the sectional serves as seating for an actual full outdoor dining table. It’s so cool!

Stay tuned, the patio makeover is in a couple weeks, just in time to provide you with inspiration for  your own outdoor patio setup for Memorial Day.

Thank you to Raymour & Flanigan for kindly sponsoring this post. All opinions are 100% honest & completely my own.

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16 Comments

  1. The space turned out just gorgeous Jess! I love the color scheme and the furniture is beautiful! What a wonderful space to relax or work!

  2. So lovely. A great hideaway. Yes ur son will want to rethink his move. Oh well he’ll adjust.
    I think ur accent chair cushion might be upside down. I think if u flip it the pattern might match better.

  3. Amazing makeover! I actually love the all white and the beams will add warmth. The furniture is gorgeous. Love R&F furniture! How about adding an electric fireplace down the road?

    1. I totally agree about the electric fireplace in fact, I almost got the media console that Raymour and Flanigan had that was electric 🙂

  4. It turned out really pretty! I’ve always loved sectionals. That’s a great idea to add some color by the faux greenery, rather than having to paint.

    1. Hi Brenda! I love sectionals too and this one is comfy and cozy ! Plants are always my go-to item 🙂

  5. Beautiful space! I hope you’ll enjoy many happy hours there. I agree that a different color paint would look good, and I’m sure you’ll probably do this anyway, but I think it definitely looks best to paint the knee wall and the ceiling all the same color, maybe pink like some of the pillows or a dark gray to contrast with the light colored carpeting. I’m not sure about beams, but I love the idea of adding some wallpaper or maybe a mural.

    1. Thank you Jeanine!! Yes, the knee walls and ceiling definitely NEED something!! 🙂

  6. Wow. This space is lovely. You did a wonderful job of creating a relaxing beautiful space.

    Rosie

  7. This loft is looking beautiful. A suggestion for the beams. You know you can use hard foam for faux beams. You can get it cut to whatever size you want. On one production we did, we scraped and scraped to make the beams look “real” and they did. We put a variety of colors on them and then rubbed them to get in to the cracks and crevices to appear old. Worked like a charm and easy to put up. One thing not to do is box beams as they always look “odd”. Frankly, I think beams will bring the ceiling visually down.
    I wouldn’t do anything to make the closet stand out nor would I paint the trim around the closet door to match your baseboard color. The whole thing should be painted whatever wall color you use. It’s crazy when I see air returns in ceilings and walls and they have been painted the color of the baseboard, that’s a no no, just paint the same color as the ceiling or walls and not in a different sheen.
    Wishing you well on your next adventure.

  8. Juanita in OH says:

    BEAUTIFUL! You and your Dad are so talented and blessed. Enjoy it in good health. TFS

  9. I am in awe of you. We recently had our upstairs renovated by someone. I need to build a closet in my bedroom. The wall that it will be built on has a slanted ceiling. My husband keeps suggesting that we try to do it ourselves. I saw your step-by-step and I don’t want to mess it up. Any idea how much it would cost to have someone build it for me. It would be about half the size of yours?