Navy and White Decor: Coastal Living Room Design Ideas.
I had a tough decision to make last night …
And would it be okay to post the pictures without the words?
The whole photographing and editing pictures of my navy and white living room remodel took much longer than I antcipated …
Which led to an internal debate of whether I should just post the pictures with a “here it finally is …”
Or wait and compose words to go with the pictures …
You know, like telling you about how the wall color is Sherwin Williams Naval …
And how the amazing ceiling fan came from Lamps Plus …
Along with the amazing mirror; from Lamps Plus too …
I could also tell you how the rug started it all …
Or how I’m in love with my table that I painted with navy and white stripes …
Or the fabrics …
don’t get me started on the fabrics …
I even had big plans to give you the whole budget breakdown …
Navy & White Living Room Remodel Budget Breakdown
Pottery Barn sofa – $1,000.00
Rugs USA rug – $220.00
Fabric – $34.00
Pillows Forms (6 from IKEA) – $36.00
Lumber for Board & Batten, etc.(caulk, liquid nails) – $300.00
Paint (Naval Blue & White courtesy of Sherwin Williams – thank you!) – $0
Ceiling Fan (courtesy of Lamps Plus – thank you!) – $0
Mirror (courtesy of Lamps Plus – thank you!) – $0
Storage Ottoman from Target.com (Threshold Nolan) – $160.00
Clearance Lamps from Home Goods – $60.00
Accessories – $150.00
Hmmm … looks like words won out!
You can find Part 2 of the Living Room reveal by clicking here …
P.S. Just before I hit publish I remembered I should share with you the befores. Now, keep in mind, we liked the before. I just needed a change after a decade of living with the before look. Just click here …
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Jonny Wix says
We are going with a Sherwin Williams nautical room too. My wife chose a darker “Dignity” blue.
I am having trouble picking the white. What color white did you use?
I just ran across this and love your makeover. you didn’t mention the shade. where did you get that?
How in the world did you get those wonderful things donated? Kudos to you!!! I love the “after” look – so dramatic and really worth it!! Great job!
It was a mix of being a blogger and a pr professional. I have no problem reaching out to social media marketing folks and seeing if they would be willing to help me in exchange for a blog post. As I always tell me kids, the answer is always no if you don’t ask! 🙂
And thank you for your kind words! 🙂
Derek Hartmann says
Love the little narratives behind your posts haha. I really like the color choice too. I feel as though Navy is a hard color to incorporate. All the other accessories really came together to bring the color/feel of the room to life. Not sure if you or anyone else has ever thought about using some protection film for the flooring/carpet when remodeling but I have found it to be quite helpful in my couple projects 🙂 Came across this post the other day and I am starting to find my uses for it everywhere lol again really great job on the room.
Derek Hartmann says
Patty Davis says
I love the prints!! Where did you get them?
Thank you! I actually found them on Etsy but that was quite a few years ago. If you go to Etsy and search navy white nautical prints you can find some similar ones.
Wow!!! I love, love, love your Lining Room! I painted my kitchen in indigo and white…the first streak of Navy paint……I covered my eyes and said “Oh My!! What have you done??!!!” but when all was complete, I love it!. For one wall…I chose a wallpaper in a large floral , varying shades of navy and white., Two Valance were from a white with indigo one drapery panel from Home Goods t, a friend of mine finished …I used blue and white glassware, frames in white wood..with a photo of a favorite napkin ..trimmed out. in navy and white…….MY KITCHEN CABINETS ARE THE ORIGINAL “YOUNGSTOWN” WHITE STEEL CABINETS……i ABSOLUTELY LOVE IT! i RECEIVE COMPLIMENTS ABOUT EVERY TIME SOME ONE NEW WALKS INTO MY KITCHEN… Thanks for doing your Living room…its gorgeous!
Thank you so much and your kitchen sounds amazing! I love the idea of the large floral wallpaper! I’m sure it goes amazing with the navy walls! I too covered my eyes after the first coat, wondering “what have I done!!!” 🙂