Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Boho eclectic Living room/Entry Way Reveal

Welcome to week6 of the one room challenge. After 6 weeks of roller coaster ride of decision making, failed plans and few sleepless nights, we are finally at the reveal of boho chic living/entry room.

I am beyond thrilled how far the room has come in matter of just 6 weeks. Without further ado, here is our Indian d├ęcor inspired, eclectic, boho chic living/entry room.

Except for the draperies, I was able to complete everything from the plan. Just to compare here is before. Wallpaper made night and day difference.

This one is going to be photo heavy post, hope you guys dont mind :)

This is the first room one gets to see after entering. Other than entering/exiting the room doesnt get much of use. This room is used mostly while enetrtaining our guests. It was functional however lacked the charm. Its all a history now, I am sure we will create many more memories in this room with our loved ones.

We replaced love seat with these two chairs from wayfair. There is a small issue with one of the chairs, but its not seen from the front.

Homegrown roses in a mason jar adds the much needed color to this side of the wall. Love this Pillow.

Corner stand with our collectibles is moved to this corner now

Lampshades were recovered using the Indian traditional fabric which is mainly used for saree blouses.

Colorful gold dipped nesting tables were another DIY I loved working on. Best part of these tables are that I can change the top per the season or the decor. 

Elephant table is one of the very few which remained untouched. He proudly carries Tasseled and color blocked Jute planter (another DIY).

One of the wall continues to the dining room and the wall paper was stopping right near the garage door. I added these beautiful wood plaques from costplus on the door.

We are treated with this view the minute front door is opened.

Old coffee table got a mini makeover using Thai marbeled paper.

Love the pop of colors the pillows add. I am thrilled with this pillow.

before letting you go, here is one more view. :)

If you want to catch up on previous weeks work here it is

week 1 | Week 2 | Week 3 | Week 4 | Couldnt post Week 5

Thanks to Linda from for hosting this mega event where more than 200 guest participants and 20 selected designers gave new life to room of their choice. 

Before saying bye for today, I would like to leave you with this side by side comparison of before and after

Thanks for stopping by

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