^^ Whenever I see doors in pictures, I always wonder where they lead. In case you’re like me, that door leads to the guest bedroom.
^^ I’m obsessed with antique windows. We have one hanging in four different rooms.
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Long Horn Steer “Staredown” Print c/o Minted | Grey Sofa | Grey Faux Fur Shag Rug | Antique Barrel End Table: similar | Horse Head Statue via HomeGoods: similar | Arc Lamp c/o Kohls | Faux Cowhide Rug: similar | Faux Leather Pillow | White Side Chair via HomeGoods: similar | White Faux Fur via HomeGoods: similar | Knitted Pouf | Antique Trunk: similar | White Fur Stools: similar | Planter Stand: similar similar | Antique Window: similar
Our living room is finally complete (well, one of our living rooms is complete…the other won’t be complete until we rip out the carpet and put in hardwood floors) and I’m so happy!!! This is the living room that is open to the kitchen and I’ve been working on finding the perfect pieces for it since we remodeled our kitchen last year. The longhorn “staredown” print was the final piece I got for the room and it totally completes the room in my opinion. I knew I wanted a rustic print to add to the space but I’m super picky when it comes to art and was having the hardest time finding the right piece. Like, it has taken me a year to find the right piece. But the second I saw the “staredown” print from Minted, I knew it was the winner. I’m seriously obsessed with it! Fun fact: my hometown is very country and my dad used to ride bulls in his younger days 🙂 Now I’ve been browsing Minted and have found more prints I want. These two cactus prints (here and here) would be perfect for our guest room. Anyways, my two other favorite items in the room are the antique whisky barrel as our end table and the antique trunk as our tv stand. The whisky barrel was my great great aunts and lived in my grandparents house for 50+ years. The antique trunk was a family heirloom from Cody’s old boss (who was a grandpa figure to Cody) and from what he say’s, it traveled across the country in a wagon. You just can’t beat the sentimental value of those two items 🙂