Updating a 1970 s contemporary house

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This house sat on the market for a really long time before we bought it, as it was obviously totally outdated.

And now this little coat hook reminds me of Jesse tinkering in the garage for an hour, determined to fix it for me.And that, you guys, is the finished upstairs living area!I'm sure it will continue to evolve and change, but it feels great to at least have it furnished and not under construction.But, little by little, things are getting so much better and I'm slowly starting to feel like my old self again.Thank you guys so much for being patient with me and understanding that I needed some time off to focus on Ava.The previous owners had introduced dado rails, lots of dark wood and beams to try to create a cottage style but Liz wanted to strip it right back.

‘For me, it was easy to see past the décor,’ she says.In the dining room, I added a bold rug that I found for (I know it's not for everyone, and that's okay.).I found the dining room table at a salvage shop, and the white leather chairs with metallic legs I found on Overstock.So, a quick 5 months after I finished it, today I can finally show it to you.Many of you guys have been following my blog for awhile now and have already seen the before pictures of the upstairs living area, but I'll share them again, as it's always a nice reminder of how outdated our house was when we first moved in.For the painting itself, I just used some Sherwin Williams Simply White paint (the same color that's on the walls), mixed it with a little gray, and then sketched out a doodle and filled it in with some Sherwin Williams Urbane Bronze (the same black paint I used on the front door).