One Room Challenge: Our 6 Week Living Room Makeover - Week 6 REVEAL!

IT'S REVEAL TIME! We had so much fun putting together our living room the past few days, and we're excited to share our final post for the One Room Challenge! As many of you know, we started with two people (my husband and I) moving in together (3 years ago), each with their own furniture. The end goal was to create a unified aesthetic, and while we kept many original pieces from the room, the vibe is now completely different. It feels like a home for both of us.

 Our new living room.

Our new living room.

 A reminder of what we started with.

A reminder of what we started with.

 We replaced the original sofa cushion backs with soft loose pillows.

We replaced the original sofa cushion backs with soft loose pillows.

 Moving the lamp to the perimeter of the room created openness.

Moving the lamp to the perimeter of the room created openness.

 Plants and flowers always help complete a space. 

Plants and flowers always help complete a space. 

 We loved sourcing the neutral textiles to mix.

We loved sourcing the neutral textiles to mix.

 Coffee table essentials.

Coffee table essentials.

 The art of layering rugs - these were purchased in Morocco 10 years ago!

The art of layering rugs - these were purchased in Morocco 10 years ago!

 A close up of the customized oak coffee table designed by Form + Field.

A close up of the customized oak coffee table designed by Form + Field.

Thanks so much for following along with us for our first One Room Challenge! We're so glad we did it, and we're looking forward to finally updating the rest of our condo...

What do you think of the makeover? What do you like most about the new space? We'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments below.

Missed the previous weeks' posts? You can catch up here: 
Week 1
Week 2
Week 3
Week 4
Week 5

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Check out the finals posts and reveals of the other bloggers participating in the One Room Challenge:
Guest Participants
Featured Designers

All photography by Christine Lin.