Bring it Home :: Off the Wall

Decorating a small space can feel like putting together a puzzle. When we simply don’t have room to waste, a lot of care and thought goes into every piece! I (Cristina) like to think of wall sconces as my secret weapon when spaces are particularly tight as they take up absolutely no surface space on the floor or side table. As an added bonus, light fixtures add architectural interest to a gallery wall – a space I’m constantly wanting to update in my own home! I’ve used wall sconces as my bedside reading light, but now I’m loving the idea of adding a pair of them to my small living room with an armless settee. Keep reading to see how to bring this look home!

 

 

*images: inspiration Ashley Whittaker Design, wall sconces Shades of Light, antique mirror Etsy, tortoise shell West Elm, round mirror Zinc Door, flower print What I See When I Run,  settee Ballard Designs, Moroccan poufs Table Tonic, rug Madeline Weinrib

 

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9 Responses to “Bring it Home :: Off the Wall”

  1. Elizabeth

    What a pretty room. I love the mix and match pastel colors and pillows.

    Cheers, Elizabeth of The Corner Apartment

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  2. Liz @ Shorely Chic

    How pretty, light and airy! And of course, I like all the seashell touches :)

    liz

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  3. laura @ hollywood housewife

    I just bought that tortoise shell from West Elm. I actually bought two to hang together. I love the way they look on a dark wall.

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  4. Jenni

    I LOVE that raspberry pink bolster cushion – any idea where it’s from?

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  5. Cristina Cleveland

    Sorry Jenni I had a look but couldn’t find a source for the cushion, but Etsy has some similar options!

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  6. Leezar

    Really love this, mix of colours, textured carpet, the ascent on the bottom of the couch.
    Use of space is great!
    Thanks Cristina!
    X

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  7. Amberly

    Very, very pretty! Love the color palette you worked with! I’m totally dying over that rug :)

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