Gina G Open LivingHome remodel project honoring the history of this farmhouse while also creating a soft, relaxing, and cozy environment for the family within.
This layout allows for the large sectional to provide seating for the living area, while keeping an open view through to the dining room and kitchen.
I would suggest a neutral color palette with the suggested wood look tile flooring and the vanity a soft blue or the same color as the Master Bedroom walls.
For the wall and shower tile, I would suggest a simple white subway or herringbone pattern. You could do a smaller, neutral mosaic tile for the shower floor (links sent via email).
I think a closet organizing system on one side of the closet would allow the additional space to be utilized for a nice large mirror, pendant lighting, and even an ottoman or bench in the center.
Placing the swivel chair in the corner allows for either full room views or TV watching.
Placing the TV over the dresser on the long wall allows for best view from the bed.
I would place a large floor mirror to balance the window on the opposite wall, and center curtains over the long front wall since the window is off center. This allows center placement of the bed, while softening the placement of the window behind the bed.
Curtains and natural shades on the free window creates more texture and balance. Everything in the room supports the soft, relaxing color scheme requested.
Option 1: Long modular sectional with 2 ottomans, leaving both feature windows open. Swivel recliner allows both conversation and comfortable TV viewing.
The blue/gray rug under the dining softens the warmth of the wood, and ties the dining area back into the chosen color scheme.
Option 2: large, deep seating with a big sectional to fill the corner of the living area. Poufs proved added seating or footrest opportunity.
Option 2 showing preferred train painting between suggested bookshelves on long wall.
View from dining area looking toward option 1, modular sectional.
Option 1: Long modular sectional with 2 ottomans, view as you enter the room. Leaves large feature window unobstructed to welcome view.
Option 2: Large sectional with extra seating. Creates a large, cozy living space, but does block window partially. Balance this with an end table and lamp framing the side of the window.