image from www.setdecor.com
I catch myself watching reruns of Two and a Half Men late at night. Not sure why, I don’t watch it any other time, but it seems to be an easy, mindless show to fall asleep to.
It also happens to be the best looking bachelor pad that I have seen! I mean, it has a super relaxed and comfortable atmosphere. It’s a place that I can see myself walking into, propping my feet up and feeling right at home.
You won’t find any of the stereotypical chrome and black leather here. Instead there are lots of warm neutrals, beautiful wood, and just the right amount of accessories to make it feel like home without being too cluttered.
So, here are some pieces that I have found that would allow you to recreate that same feel in your own space….
Let’s start with the big, comfy couch that is the center of the space. I think I actually found the same couch! This is the Carlisle Upholstered sofa from Pottery Barn. The turned arms and deep, double cushions scream comfort.
image from Pottery Barn
The side chair that I found, from Pier 1, is a great rattan and woven banana bark chair. With a simple natural seat cushion and a couple of throw pillows you will get the same great look for a fabulous price of only $179.99 (on sale from $199.99).
image from Pier 1
The striped rug has subtle colors that compliment all the warm neutrals. This rug is from Treo Modern. The stripes aren’t quite as wide as the inspiration rug, but they are large enough, and in similar colors, so we get the same feel.
image from Treo Modern
Now, onto what might be might favorite piece of furniture….that great ottoman! Unfortunately I couldn’t find one with that fabulous pattern, but I did find this one from West Elm that fits in perfectly with the other colors in the space. I love the size of it and the fact that it can double as a coffee table or extra seating…very versatile!
image from West Elm
Now, finish everything off with some great pillows that are from repurposed vintage cotton saris like these from West Elm, and you will be set!
image from West Elm