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Villa Styling Project: Living Room Reveal

Between COVID lockdowns, border closures and positive test results our Living Room collaboration with Louise from The Design Villa has finally been brought to life. The quote "Good things are worth waiting for" certainly rang true when we received the final gallery!

In a room full of earthy neutral tones, Louise nailed our brief - creating a space that felt warm, inviting, and cozy. Centre stage is the Jessie Sofa in the stunning Warwick shade Noyack Gerbera, even more breath-taking in real life, the texture and depth this piece brings to the space is unmatched.

Beginning with a blank canvas within a 5 x 9m naturally lit space we replaced the previous orange tiles with Hybrid Flooring in Paperbark from Flooring Online. The ideal choice for quick, simple, DIY glow-ups with maximum impact. Keeping things neutral Louise opted for a Braided Wool Rug from Ohh Happy Home. Made in India using only the highest quality wool (100% New Zealand yarn) this rug is the perfect choice in any high-traffic area - especially the Living Room!

To add even more texture and eye-catching detail to the room Louise opted for 50mm Logs wall panels from 3D Wall Panels painted in Dulux's Hog Bristle Half. A soft neutral feature wall that helps accentuate the white furniture in the room such as the new Domi Coffee Table by James Lane which was one of the first of our product selections. Made from iron, this concrete-look coffee table was super lightweight and easy to move around when needed.

Selecting 'splurge' items to give the space that high-end luxe feel was an activity that almost bankrupt our entire team! #AddToCart. We couldn't go past this gorgeous Pebble Chair to match the Pleated Floor Lamp of our dreams. Although rattan seems somewhat halfway out the door, Bamboo Abode shows us that classic designs will never truly go out of style with this statement rattan sideboard that so perfectly finished off this room.

Indoor plants from The Good Plant Co brought some life into the space and helped add to the feeling of relaxation in a space designed with nature in mind.

Finishing touches for Louise to play around with in order to create the inviting, lived-in vibe we were after consisted of an array of décor from Wollongong slow-living business Sonei Home. An endless range of cushions, throws, home fragrances, and books, it was another small biz find we are obsessing over here at TCS.

Another exquisite décor addition was the Arabesque Deco Sculpture by Sage and Blush Living alongside their statement Box Pleat Vase.

Adding that bit of extra dimension and contrast to the room was the Zali Arch Floor Mirror, entirely handmade by skilled artisans. A necessity in any living space for those last-minute once-overs before walking out the door!



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