Living Room/Dining Room Reveal | Bloggers Heart Habitat

by - Thursday, February 08, 2018

We have partnered with Raymour & Flanigan and received product in exchange for this post. As always all expressed opinions are 100% my own.

Hi Friends! I'm proud to say, that another house-to-home transformation has been completed for Bloggers Heart Habitat.  An initiative created by CharlotteSmith of At Charlotte's House.  Early last month, I had the honor of working with Diane from The Rath Project Blog and Lisa of Shine Your Light in creating a bright and cozy, open floor plan living room and dining room, for a mom and her 4 beautiful children.



We worked hard to be thoughtful and put together a plan that was kid friendly and beautiful, choosing furnishings that would last the test of time. I have to say we made a really great team:  Diane created an amazing mood board, I visited the showroom and put the order in motion and Lisa, (the real MVP) sourced all of the accessories, which were truly the icing on the cake!
Mood Board by Diane
This mom’s wish was to have a large table to seat her children, as well as space to entertain friends and family.  With full sponsorship of this project, Raymour and Flanigan truly helped to make this mom’s dream a reality!  


Check it out:




The large dining table (shown with 1 extension) has the ability to seat 6+ people with the additional extension.  We chose 6 dining chairs and a bench--Perfect for entertaining!


BEFORE

Bloggers Heart Habitat house dining room designed with Raymour and Flanigan furniture ( The Rath Project)
AFTER:  Photo by Diane




The dining room transitions into living room, where we chose a cozy sectional-with plenty of seating and comfy pillows to snuggle up with.  Wooden end tables and a large round coffee table, allows for plenty of space for the kids to play board games, or to kick up their feet after a long school day.

BEFORE
AFTER
White (almost) floor to ceiling drapes helped to kept things light an airy, and the use of  grays, blues and a pale yellow provided a fairly neutral backdrop, that the homeowner can easily switch out if she so desires.


Photo by Lisa 

Photo by Lisa
IF you could have seen the expression on this family's faces, your heart would have melted.  One of the children said "This is the most beautiful thing I've ever seen!"  Ahhhh, I almost cried!  There's truly no way to describe the feeling of being able to give this type of gift to someone.

If you'd like to see more of this space, you can visit my partners on this fun journey:



 Lisa at Shine Your Light or Diane at The Rath Project 


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On the second level of the house, Charlotte, Jillian from I Am a Homemaker and Kate from Kate Smith Interiors worked on this adorable shared boys' bedroom.  They've turned a blank slate into a fun and functional space!
Photo by Charlotte 
Be sure to stop by At Charlotte’s House • I Am A Homemaker • Kate Smith Interiors to see more of this amazing space.
From Left to right:  At Charlotte's HouseFW Made By CarliShine Your Light BlogKate Smith InteriorsI am a Homemaker
Thas been a truly remarkable experience, and I am grateful to Charlotte for inviting me, once again, to participate.  Also a huge thank you to Raymour and Flanigan for their strong commitment to community involvement and making a difference in this family's lives.


I've listed below, the links of items featured in this home:  

Living Room /Dining Room













Boys' Room










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6 comments

  1. Your space looks amazing and I can't believe what a transformation that giant room went through! My favorite part about this project is watching the magic that the OTHER team brings to the space and you guys hit a home run! xx

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    1. Absolutely Charlotte! This was such a great (albeit a little challenging) space to work with, but it was so much fun working as a team to figure out the best layouts, etc for the family. Thank you so much, for including me again :)

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  2. It looks so good Carli! You guys did an amazing job! I always love when you guys do these Blogger Heart Habitat projects because I can tell a lot of love and thought go into creating a space that the family loves.

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    1. Thanks so much Erin, you are so right, we all give a little of our time and talent and the amount of love and appreciation that we get out of it is just so rewarding!

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  3. This really warmed my heart! I absolutely love the thought that goes into these types of projects! It is so fulfilling to give back to others, and there is no expectation but to see those sweet faces, and almost tears! Blessings to you and the team Carli.

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  4. You know I can never not have you on my team right!? I simply cannot imagine completing a project where some malfunction/mishap doesn't occur when we are installing things together- the laughs that we get from our mistakes get me through the time crunch!!

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