Townhouse Living Room Reveal

Townhouse Living Room Reveal

I’ve gotten so many messages about when the heck I’m going to show y’all the townhouse.  I’ve been delaying until it’s actually all done…  But is a house ever really “done”?  #deepthoughts

Let’s first start with the before photo.  This photo is after we painted (only one coat), but before we got our new carpet.  Sadly, you missed living room walls being (what I like to call them): “Barbie Flesh Pink.”  When we moved in, every single wall in the place was this gross shade of tan.  I use the word, “tan” lightly, because whenever light was shed in any capacity, the walls actually looked pink.


Townhouse Living Room Reveal

As you can see above, we only have fresh paint and a mounted tv.  The photo quality is terrible because it’s actually a screen grab from a video I took.  Somebody forgot to take before photos, whoops.

The living room is a pretty large space with sliding doors that lead out to our back patio.  It’s actually a semi-open concept that is L-shaped with the dining room on the shorter end.  The only space unfinished in this area is the mantle, which I’ll share as soon as I complete the decor.


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Upon moving in, I decided I wanted a Coastal Farmhouse theme.  I thought I made this term up.  Nope, turns out Coastal Farmhouse is a real thing.  Just look it up on Pinterest.

Matt obviously bought the tv as the first piece of furniture in the house.  He’s such a dude, lol.  But the next piece we found was this amazing sofa.  At home in LA, we have the oh-so-loved Restoration Hardware Cloud sectional.  I love that sectional more than any other piece of furniture I’ve ever bought.  After owning it for two years now, do I think it’s worth the hefty price tag?  Kinda, not really.  I love the look of it, I do just want to plop down and melt into it like a cloud.  It’s crazy comfy, but the downside is that it doesn’t hold its shape very well.

When we walked into Value City Furniture here in Ohio and saw this sofa, it felt like we were looking at an exact duplicate of our sectional at home in LA, except it wasn’t bright white, it’s more of an ivory.  I’ve looked around online and haven’t been able to find this sofa on any mainstream furniture sites.  It appears to possibly be a Value City only piece.  I did find some other super similar sofas that I linked below.  I can’t say whether they’re that same soft-as-butter fabric or if they swallow you up in coziness like our new sofa does though.

The walls are painted “Polar Bear” and trim is “Ultra Pure White,” both of which are Behr paints.  The second the walls were changed from that gross pink/nude shade and freshened up to a brighter white, our place felt about ten times larger.  It’s crazy how much paint and/or light can change a space.

As for all of the other furniture, we did our best to choose pieces that were reasonably priced and waited to snag some on sale to save a few bucks wherever we could.

our furniture details

It Is Well Paintings:  Hobby Lobby

Sofa:  Value City Furniture (Similar HERE, HERE, HERE, and HERE)

Striped Chair:  Kirkland’s

Tan Swivel Chair: Homegoods

Coffee Table Ottoman:  Ashley Furniture

Beaded Wood White-Washed Trays:  Mudpie (c/0)

End Table:  Ashley Furniture

Jute Rug (8×10):  Rugs USA

Ivory Area Rug (5×7):  My Texas House by Orian Rug

Floor Lamp:  Kirkland’s

Leaning Mirror:  Kirkland’s

Curtain Rods:  Home Depot

Drapes:  Target

Table Lamp:  Kirkland’s

Throw Pillow:  Pottery Barn

Accent Cabinet:  Ashley Furniture

1280 1920 Angela Lanter
  • Wow! You really know how to make a space beautiful! So fresh and lovely. ✨?

  • This turned out amazing. I love all of the natural light and how big it makes the room look. Great job!!

  • Rebekah Reece

    Totally obsessed with the after picture!

  • Cathy Talley

    Just beautiful!

  • I just love how open and relaxed your theme is. Very pretty. I don’t think I could get away with that many light colored furniture. Having two kids of my own, they would ruin them. But i still love it!

    • Angela Lanter

      Thank you, Shannan! My problem is more Soka than Kenny when it comes to keeping the furniture clean. 🙂

  • Wow, so beautiful! I totally copied you and purchased the ottoman and mirror. I love your flawless taste!

    • Love seeing it done and how you put it all together. Truly beautiful. Thanks for sharing

    • Angela Lanter

      Thank you, Samantha! I hope you love them, I’d love to see photos who you get them styled in your home! 🙂

  • Absolutely gorgeous!! I love everything about this total makeover. You’re very talented!!

  • Yikes. Be prepared for lots of scuff marks, and dirt showing. Not a fan of the new trend of all whites and grays. Kudos to you for doing your thing though!

    • Angela Lanter

      We’ve been using all light colors in our decor now for several years and really haven’t had a problem. Keeping it clean takes just as much effort as keeping anything else clean. Not to mention, I don’t like to hide dirt, that thought grosses me out, lol!

  • Brooke Bullard

    I love the all white. Definitely farmhouse coastal vibe. Great job and thanks for sharing!

  • So in love! It looks so cozy!! You did such a great job! Is the couch color you purchased “ivory” or “white”? It’s looks ultra comfy! Just what we have been looking for. It’s similar to a Pottery Barn couch I’ve been eyeing…. but a lot less expensive. ??

    • Angela Lanter

      It’s such a cozy space now!
      The sofa is Ivory. Our sectional back home in LA is pure white. I prefer the fabric and color on the new sofa!

  • Brittany Blackburn

    Love it!

  • Like heaven

  • Hi! Love your style! I couldn’t find a link for similar couches??‍♀️love the one you have!

    • Angela Lanter

      So sorry about that! They’re linked in the post now. Thanks for visiting!

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