Making our House a Home

Tuesday, January 21, 2014

The memories are coming, but it's been a slow go at making our new house feel like home, since the majority of our space saving furniture from before doesn't exactly fit. Two of the main pieces I felt that were necessary before trying to even imagine what the walls will look like was: an entertainment unit and an entry table.

The ceiling in our main level living room is vaulted, so in my very amateur interior design opinion, I figured I needed to go big or go home.

I was really inspired by Sarah's recent home renovations and thought her IKEA TV unit would fit perfectly.

It turned into quite the ordeal, with two trips to Bloomington, but I finally made it home victorious! I put together three of the pieces and helped Tony with two of the 5 and am happy to say that our marriage didn't hurt for the infamous IKEA assembly. ;)

I'm so excited for this piece and how I can now start to plan the space.


Miri also seems to be a fan, with more ledges to walk along!

7 comments:

Erin said...

photo isn't showing up!!

kari said...

It looks great, Leah! I can't wait to see what you do with everything.

Emily @ imperfect said...

It looks so good, Leah. It's fun to see a space start to come together. Can't wait to see what else you have in store!

bekah said...

Looks great!! All that storage!

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