Category: Room Translation

Room Translation: Beachy Living Room

It’s been a while since I’ve posted a Room Translation, so I thought that it might be a fun change of pace for today.  I love beachy spaces.  I especially love them when the designer leaves the kitsch out of the decorating and simply adorns the room with natural elements, cozy (slip-covered!) furniture, and a few water references throughout.  Nope, no anchors or sails for me — I want subtle suggestions of the beach and the occasional shell or two.  That, to me, is what dreamy beachy spaces are made of.

Room Translation: Beachy Living Room  {Inspiration Affirmation}
{Source Unknown} – if you do know, please respond in the comments

I love this interior.  The chaise lounge is begging to be sat in, don’t you think?  I love the warmth from the brick fireplace that is paired beautifully with that rustic taupe console table.  Casual water colors are dropped in here and there in the perfect way that makes this space say, “I am a house made for days by the water and nights by the fire.”  I also love the beadboard accent wall, which adds a bit more texture to the space.  However, this room is surely not lacking in the texture department.  Look around and notice all of the elements of this room that you can feel without even having to touch them!  Anyway, here’s my translation:

Beachy Living Room

Chaise  —  Console Table  —  Lamp  —  Mirror  —  Pillow  —  Vase  —  Artwork

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Friday Room Translation!

Hey there, friends.  :-)

It’s time for another rendition of my Friday Room Translation series.  This week, I fell in love with a really beautiful living room  that I found on Emily A. Clark’s blog.  I’m not sure of the original source since there is no link to it on her blog, so if any of you know of it, please share it with me!

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I love how the designer of this interior used both contemporary and classical furniture — see that gorgeous Louis 16th side chair off to the right of the photograph?  The Moroccan pouf and trellis rug make me oh-so-happy, as does the glitzy sunburst convex mirror.  I die.  Here’s my translation:

Living Room

Table Lamp  –  Sofa  –  Blue & White Pillow  –  Coffee Table  –  Mirror  –  Area Rug  –  Blue Pillow

I think my favorite pieces of the decor from the translation have to be those pillows — don’t those look positively lush?!

What’s your favorite part of the room or the Room Translation?

I hope you all have a wonderful weekend!

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Room Translation: Coral-Inspired Bedroom

Hey there, friends!  Well, we made it to Friday!  I had so much fun with you all this week sharing my projects and decorating ideas.  I hope you are liking this new blog as much as I love writing it!  I have already met so many wonderful people in this awesome world of blogging, and I can’t tell you how happy it makes me to feel so surrounded by my peeps — you; the crafter; the DIY-hungry; the one with spray paint in your hair and hot glue on your fingers; the expert; the novice; the Pinterest-obsessed; the chef…I write for all of you, and you inspire me each and every day!

Since today’s Friday, it’s Room Translation time!  The inspired interior…

{This is the only source I could find.  If you know the true source, let me know!}

This bedroom appealed to me for many reasons.  The coral color, for one.  I mean…  To me, there’s nothing brighter or fancier or more fun than coral.  I love the delicate gold clock on the bedside table, and those pulls on the table?  HELLO!  Gorge.  Here is my translation…


Dwell Studio Headboard – {Zinc Door}
Crystal Cube Lamp – {Lamps Plus}
Seiko Clock – {Ebay}
Suzani Bolsters – {Furbish}
End Table – {Becker Furniture World}

What’s your favorite part of this room?

And now, just a quick round-up of what we’ve been up to this week at Inspiration Affirmation…

On Monday, I showed you my pretty, vintage Waterford crystal bowl that I filled with cinnamon-scented pinecones.

coffee table and sofa
On Tuesday, I featured an easy craft using Rub ‘n Buff as the main ingredient!
vase side
On Wednesday, I tried my hand at wrapping some presents in a cute way — a sorta-kinda big deal for this gift-bag-loving-girl.  ;-)
wrapping both
And on Thursday, I fixed a 130 year old porcelain elephant who was missing a back leg!  He’s walking much better these days.  ;-)
elephant tall

Which brings us to Friday, my friends.  I hope you have a wonderful weekend, and I look forward to seeing you back here Monday morning for some crazy fun!  I’m kicking off a two-week series, and I hope you will join me!  Here is a sneak peak…

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Room Translation: Coastal Office Space

Happy Friday to you!  :-)

I hope this finds you well, and stuffed with turkey, pumpkin pie, and all those other yummy Thanksgiving goodies.  We had a wonderful time last night, spending Thanksgiving with both of our families and laughing a lot.  It was a blast.

There’s a picture of my sweet hubby and I.  Isn’t he cute?  ;-)

And there’s a picture of me and my awesome momma!  I just love her.  <3

As per usual (if you kept up with my former blog, Redecorate) I have a Room Translation for ya this AM!

Ballard Designs 

Here’s the translation…

Coastal Office Space
Globe: Fossil
Desk: Crate and Barrel (I have this one and love it!)
Table Lamp: Ralph Lauren
Burlap Fabric: Shop Terrain
Toile Armchair: One Kings Lane

I hope you enjoy your weekend.  Starting with the birth of this blog, I will be taking Saturdays and Sundays off to be with my family and develop content for all of you!  :-)  If you are shopping the sales today for Black Friday, be careful!  But have fun, of course!  ;-)

What is your favorite part of this room?