Living Room, Updated



Well, we finally finished the fireplace project! The funny thing is that after all of that, we decided not to put the TV up there. I flipped the sectional around - one side against the windows & the other extending in front of the room opening - and it just felt a million times cozier having the TV there along the wall, with the newly built-in space above the fireplace for books and things. We also painted the room and added wall shelves behind the sofa corner.

I'll share more detailed shots, but for now this post is apparently more of an ode to Christmas decorations. ;) We moved the fake tree upstairs and got a tabletop Fraser Fir...boy are they pretty.

10 comments:

Anna @ IHOD said...

What a beautiful space Alli. I just love how your tree is placed and the way you styled your bookshelves:)

rooth said...

I really like your bookshelves as well. Coming from someone who can't even hang a picture straight on the wall, I admire your leveling skills :)

Milynn {Love + Whimsy} said...

I love how you added little bits of greenery and pine branches throughout! You have such a beautiful home.

Gloria said...

I love your cute tabletop tree! Can't wait to see more photos - this all looks amazing!

Kerri from Happy Tuesday said...

my family and i got a little tabletop tree this year, too! it's so nice having something alive in the house. i really like your little wreath!

Laicie said...

GORGEOUS! I love everything about your holiday decor and your totally beautiful home. :)

minna so said...

such a beautiful christmas tree! (:

Erica said...

Oh, I'm so excited you finished the fireplace!! When is the big reveal?? I can't wait to see it!

I love the simplicity of your holiday decorations. Little touches of nature throughout the space and a touch of holiday baubles. Have a lovely Christmas. :)

alli/hooray said...

Thank you all so much.

Erica, thanks! Will definitely have to share more after the holidays - Merry Christmas! ;)

thea said...

very pretty ;) love the mini tree on the books too!

thea
(spoonfulzine)

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