Like any room, our living room is in a constant state of progress. It’s pretty rare to find someone – even a blogger – who will ever declare a room truly “finished”. Well, our living room is FAR from finished but it is definitely coming along nicely!
Not only am I updating you on the progress of my living room decor today, I’m also letting you in on a new step for Flourish & Knot! As of August, I became an affiliate of Etsy Canada. If you’re not already familiar with Etsy, it is an online marketplace that connects people around the world, with a particular focus on unique or handmade items. I’ve had a major crush on Etsy, ever since Erick purchased my perfect wedding jewelry through an artisan in Australia.
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Last time we checked in on the living room, I had done a few things to spruce it up for the spring, but things were still very unfinished.
We still have plenty to do here (and I’ll get to my plans for that in a moment!) but we have managed to cross a few more things off our to-do list:
sew some cushion covers in the same fabric as the curtains
hem the curtains (only a year later but whatevs)
- get a new lamp (or two)
find a solution for the wireless router and CD player that are on the floor (yes, we still play CDs on occasion – what is your point??)
put up some artwork – especially over the GIANT sofa!
- buy a new sofa, two new armchairs, build/buy side tables… Generally overhaul :-)
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