Spanish Rustic Living Room
A living room gets a makeover Old-World style.
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Homeowners Jennifer Ortiz and Monica Taher attempted a Spanish design in their living room with vivid green paint but have ended up with a look that they don't know how to finish.
Host Lee Snijders takes a look at the living room to go over the couple's concerns. They like their rustic Spanish accents but think the dark green paint on two of the walls is not right for the room. Snijders would like to include yellow accents in the space to help with the transition from the yellow dining room. The Spanish style of the wood and wrought-iron furniture in the living room is an important element that the couple would like to see throughout the room. They agree that they need help with the window treatments and don't care for the exposed style of the entertainment center.
Paint, furniture, fabric and accessories pull the look together--here's how it gets done on the $1,000 budget.
- The walls are painted a warm terra-cotta color to bridge the color gap between the living and dining room.
Accessories and lighting - $561
- pillows: Linens 'n Things - Wabi, Merlot
- acrylic paint for lamp: Michaels - Camillo, #28995009532
- table lamp: Lowe's - large rust twist #140674
- lampshades: Lowe's - Linen, #141923
- floor lamps: Lowe's, #212802 (77275)
- wrought-iron candelabra: Jackalope Pottery - #400853
- carving: Jackalope Pottery - #24152
- papier-mâché plate: Jackalope Pottery
- frame: Jackalope Pottery - #5367
- iron candle sconces: Pier 1 - Filagree, #1962022
Furniture - $253
- TV storage unit: IKEA - Markor, #90045532 clear-lacquered solid spruce
Window treatment - $141
- wooden Roman shades: Lowe's - Natural
Paint and supplies - $39
- paint: Lowe's - American Tradition, #94902
Project Total - $994