Monday, March 8, 2010

Mood Board Monday

This is a mood board I put together for the pewter + sage Mood Board Monday. I've been wanting to do this for so long, but every Monday I forget. This time I actually remembered in time to participate in the fun!

We had to plan a room around the Andalusia Rug from West Elm:
This is about the color of my living room, and it is the one room in the house that is totally incoherent. So here are some of my current wishes and dreams for that space! Husband are you paying attention? :-D
Charlottes Mood Board Monday 03.08.2010

9 comments:

Susan said...

This room rocks! It is lively and lovely.

Yellow is my favorite, too!

-Susan at Project Balancing Act

the southern hostess said...

I love that rug! Gorgeous room.

Sarah said...

Hi, Charlotte!! So glad you made it to the party this week, it's awesome to have you. Love that you designed this for yourself. You've found some really interesting pieces here...what is the pattern on that sofa? Its called "Fathoms", right? Is it something underwater? I've always had my eye on that Ballard Star pendant and the West Elm little tree stump tables, so glad you incorporated them. I really like the addition of green, that's probably the accent color I would have added if I went with this rug. Great job!!

Tracy @ ComfortandLuxury said...

Very pretty! Love the greens and yellows together and the dramatic sofa really ties it all together.

The DIY Show Off said...

What a fun room! Great job!

Roeshel

Jess @ Frugal with a Flourish said...

Love it! I picked that rug too! Those green chairs are fantastic! I think it is so cool how we can all look at the same item and come up with such different rooms!

Mrs. ATC said...

Those chairs look so yummy and comfy! If only the price tag were closer to my nonexistant budget!

Mrs. ATC said...

Those chairs look so yummy and comfy! If only the price tag were closer to my nonexistant budget!

tpurk said...

I'm a little slow getting back to see everyone else's rooms - but I really like the extra time you took to put it in a "room" format instead of blocks of products. The living room looks eclectic and charming.
Terrie @ YourDecoratingHotline.com