Becci Mary Anne floral antler print(£30) | Sass & Belle wire hexagon lampshade(£10) | Climbing Mountains Art Print(£19) | 30cm Wall clock, English mustard(£30) | Crystal Art Gallery LED metal marquee light(£14) | The Bobbin coffee table with zinc top(£375) | Vaugh tufted slipper chair(£120) | She leaves a little sparkle cushion(£6) | Series 746 telephone in Mustard(£49.99) | HYDE grey 2 seater sofa with wooden legs(£495) | Geometric cushions by Ines Cole(£45) | Mrs Moore's Vintage Store, Mad Hatter teacup and saucer(£29.50)
If all goes well, Jack and I will be moving sometime this month, woohoo, let the nesting begin! I originally intended for this post to be super budget friendly, but once I'd spent an hour on the internet finding beautiful pieces upon beautiful pieces, I just went all out and threw the budget in the toilet! So here's a bit of a pricey living room wishlist which also happens to have some sort of theme to it, go me!
At work, we have grey sofa's and I adore them, they look so stylish and I can image that having a grey sofa in your living room would make it really easy to change up the surrounding decor to match the season or your current colour palette. I found this sofa on the Habitat website for £495 which isn't really too bad for a sofa at all, but obviously with a baby on the way and 101 other things we also need to invest in, it's probably not the ideal price tag right now. I've decided to team grey with mustard/yellow for the Love, Maisie dream living room, so I found this cushion set on The Old Cinema London website and it'll cost you £45 for the pair.
To go with your two or three seater, it's basically a rule that you need some form of single seater or armchair, right? This mustard Vaugh tufted slipper chair from Target is right up my street! The only problem is, although the chair itself is only £120, the shipping is £160 and tax fee's are £55! What a bummer! Of course, being the cliche, quote loving blogger that I am, I found this cushion on amazon and couldn't resit.
I think your coffee table is such a core piece for pulling a living room together. I spent what actually felt like hours trawling through the depths of the internet to find this pine beauty and have now decided that it is my dream coffee table, is that sad? I think the colour of pine/deep wood is another colour that can be worked with no matter your style preference or the season! The zinc tabletop adds a bit more character to it too and it looks pretty durable!
With regards to lighting, I've kept it pretty simple for my dream living room! I initially just chose this wire copper hexagonal lampshade, which I must just say is a steal at just £10 from the Sass & Belle website, but then I stumbled across this rustic looking metal marquee heart light! A bit tacky? Maybe, but I love it all the same! Plus, for £14, you can really go wrong can you.
As for art work, I went with this beautiful, limited edition floral antler print by Becci Mary Anne from the Wolf & Badger website. Sadly, the beaten looking frame isn't included, but I'm temped to email the brand and ask them where they bought that frame from because I kind of love it! I also really adore this minimalist print from Dot and Bo, titled Climbing Mountains. As well as featuring on the living room wall, I think this would look lovely in baby's nursery, what do you think?
Practically, a clock and a telephone of some sort will probably come in handy, but that doesn't mean that you need to settle for a boring BT phone or rely on your cooker clock! For a funky clock, I chose this English mustard shade wall clock from Amara by Wild and Wolf. £30 is a bit steep for a clock if you ask me but I'm sure I could find a similar one for more than half the price if I had a good hunt! I decided to go quintessentially British for a telephone and found this retro beauty over on Trouva for £49.99.
Last but not least, whilst I was on the Amara website, I found this adorable little Mad Hatter teacup and saucer! I've no idea where I'd put this in a living room? Maybe I'll need to invest in a bookcase/shelf to pop little bits and bobs on like this! You can grab this and plenty more from the Mrs. Moore's Vintage store collection right here.
So there we have it! My little wishlist comes to a grand total of £1,223.49 before shipping, eek! I played the lottery this Friday and won £2.90, woop woop, so lets hope next week I win a little bit more! Let me know what you think of my living room wishlist. Is this a style/colour theme that you'd go for? Let me know below!
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