Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Hues of Blue to Living Room

Hello There, Well I finally am finished adding some touches of blue to my living room.

It took awhile since I had to order some things through the mail. First, I bought a new blue sofa throw from Pottery Barn. The color of the throw is so subtle and soft and the feel of it is so cozy.

The next touch of blue is the mirror above the sofa. I had it originally painted a shade of brown and knew that I would eventually be changing it.  So I just did a little repaint of it and VOILA! It definitely makes the room pop more than before!

The other change that I made was that I moved the bench from the dining area into the living room close to the staircase.  I wanted to make this change for the spring and added new pillows with touches of blue....

I also added a blue demijohn and blue seltzer bottle to the coffee table.


French Women Don't Get Fat - My Favorite
Apple Blossoms ready to bloom soon hopefully!

And last but not least, my blue felted bunny.  Isn't she/he adorable?

Thanks for visiting!  Hope you are having a great week!

I am having my sister and her family visiting me this weekend, will share some photos soon!  We will be celebrating a belated birthday for my little niece, Jenna while they are here.


  1. Everything is so pretty and love your touches of blue. The mirror is so lovely and those pillows! My!
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

  2. Little touches go a long way...this is just perfect! I think the blue window is your crowning glory and I love the subtle shade of the PB throw. I've read that book and it's a favorite of mine to go back to once in awhile for encouragement! ;-D


  3. Love your post with the pretty blues. I also love that pillow. Everything looks so spring and relaxing great job.
    I am a new follower and will be following your posts.
    Have a great week with your family and have lots of FUN.

  4. Your touches of blue look so pretty Kelly!! LOVE that bench!

  5. Love the addition of blue to your room. Who doesn't like blue? It's such a classic color!

  6. Your room looks so pretty! Love all your special touches.
    Mary Alice

  7. Your touches of blue really give life to your pretty room! I love that little bunny!!!!

    What an interesting bench. The design is not one you see everyday. It must be quite a treasure. Putting it under your stairs makes it stand out. I'd love to find one just like it for StoneGable!
    What color did you use on your mirror... it is a great shade of blue!

  8. I love the touches of blue! That blue felted bunny is absolutely adorable! I think that pillow is perfect too. :)

  9. Love the touches of blue in your pretty living room...beautiful pillow!

  10. I love the blue touches! I just hung my blue curtains back up...I change them to red during the Fall and Winter months. Have a blessed day!

  11. Oh Kelly love all the soft touches of blue right down to the cute bunny.

  12. Your touches of blue look great. My favorite is the bunny! Life to the full, Melissa

  13. I like the blue touches you added, and really like your wicker covered bottle on the coffee table. I've been trying to add a little blue to my house. Wish I lived closer to the coast and then I could really get that coastal feel. Instead, I'm trying for a sort of "low county look". It's still a work in progress. LOL

  14. Your living room is so beautiful! And I love the new touches of blue! That's my goal for this year, to lighten things up and add more blue. Love your dragonfly pillow! And that precious little blue felt rabbit is the perfect addition! :)

  15. Very pretty! You've got such a great living room to begin with. The touches of blue are just the right amount, to me. Definitely a lovely coastal look.

  16. This is beautiful love the touches of blue, makes everywhere feel so fresh and coastal.

  17. So very pretty! Thank you for sharing. You will be one of the features tomorrow at the Make it Pretty Monday party at The Dedicated House. Pop on in and grab a feature button! Hope to see your prettiness again at the bash! Toodles, Kathryn @TheDedicatedHouse




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