Design Plan: Our New Family Room

Jacki Roig

Excuse the brevity of this post but I really want to share the design plan for our new family room because it features The Everygirl’s furniture collection with Interior Define and those pieces are currently 15% off – ending today! Here it is! The design plan for our new family room. […]

Excuse the brevity of this post but I really want to share the design plan for our new family room because it features The Everygirl’s furniture collection with Interior Define and those pieces are currently 15% off – ending today!

Here it is! The design plan for our new family room. We’re going to live right by family and friends and this room opens up to the kitchen. It will be where we spend the most time and entertain, so the goal is to maximize seating and coziness for frequent hangouts.

I’d really love a full corner sectional as opposed to a chaise sectional simply to have more seating, but we’re not sure yet if it will fit so we are waiting to get in and measure. But I plan on doing a sectional version of the Caitlin sofa in Oatmeal Heathered Weave fabric which actually looks a bit lighter than this rendering. The leg options on the Caitlin collection completely change the look of the piece from mid-century to contemporary and more. We are doing the natural peg leg for a more traditional, homey feel.

I also want to bring in some color so we’re going to add a big cozy Rose chair in the Gris fabric which actually reads quite blue as opposed to grey. I think it will pair lovely with this gorgeous Interior Define rug (also on sale).

The coffee table, cane chair, lighting, and art we already own!

So that’s the plan!

So you know–Interior Define offers the option to BUY NOW at the sale price and choose your fabric later once you can see swatches. So you don’t have to choose fabric and legs now.

Both the Rose and Caitlin collections come in sofas of many different lenghts, sectionals, chairs, and ottomans!

You can see here how my cofounder Danielle Moss and I have styled the pieces in our various homes throughout the years!

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