I decided not to worry to much about dimensions with my floor plan since I wasn't planning on adding any new future to the design plan for
the Style Cure Day 5's challenge, which is all about taking time to measure your space and create floor plan so you can have accurate dimensions to help with the flow of your space by not measuring.
Below is a basic idea of what my main floor looks like, minus the kitchen. The red error points to our main door and currently our TV is centered in front of the windows, and the couch on the back wall.
With this project I hope to accomplish a few main Goals:
1. Find Storage for the pet food and feeders on Stairwell wall
2. Adjust table to better fit in Dining room
3. Hang art work on back wall in living room
4. Decide on a color scheme and paint!5. Create focal wall on back dining wall
6. Create an entry way
Here is a reminder of how my Living room looked like prior to the Weekend Cleanup.
Here is what my living room looks like now, after 1) the new rug I found at Home Goods Virginia this past weekend, and 2) changing up the layout to match my inspiration. I wasn't able to fit the bookshelf to the left of the windows, but it seems to work nicely in the middle. I think at some point I want to find a comfy loveseat to replace the vintage side chair just to add more seating.
There are still several things to do in this room, like moving the sofa to the left a bit more once the IKEA base cabinet that we were temporaily using as our entry table is sold. Currently, it's being housed to the left of the sofa. I also want to find 2 matching mcm end tables, and coffee table. I love my circle end table, but it will need to find another home in the house. I also plan to add the glass door to the Billy Bookcase so the cats don't knock anything over on the bookshelf, as they like to climb everything. With that I'll be looking for a
new used cat tower or wall steps for them to play on.
Here are some other projects Potential Projects
1. DIY Picture Ledges
2. All You Need is Less Art Print
3. Sun Shine Art Print
4. Spray paint my table lamp
5. Gallery Wall
6. Create a Stencil or Stamp for Dining Room Faux Wallpaper
7. DIY Welcome Sign Art Print
I'm also torn between two different feels for the room:
Washed Denim, Mimosa, Nimbus Cloud and Endive
Living Room: Green, Red
Dining Room: Mimosa (yellow)
I'm still debating on if I'm going to stick with Vapor or use Picket Fence as my white background.