Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Price My Space


Over at Nesting Place yesterday, everyone was encouraged to tell the REAL price of a room. Well, I'm a day late. But, better late than never! And the reason I'm late is because it literally took me 8 hours for this post! The pictures took forever to load. Seriously. FOREVER. And I still can't figure out how to make pictures bigger or how to move them around after they have been uploaded. Oh well. Here is our living room! (Still without Drapes.)
Restoration hardware Couch: $4,500, Pottery Barn Coffee Table: $400, Pottery Barn Rug: $580 I got the rug at a discount thanks to a moving coupon we got from the post office. I think it just took care of the shipping.

Pottery Barn standing mirror: Gift from Parents, White Couch from Couch Seattle: $1200


Pottery Barn Blanket: $60, Restoration Hardware blanket: gift



Apothecary Jars from Marshall's: $12 each, Starfish: $2, Balls: $15
Buttons and Ribbon: Free


Target candle sticks: $12 each, Pottery Barn Hour Glass: $4, Pottery Barn Topiary: $7.99 each.


Tv: $600--major steal!, Chest: $300, Target Baskets: $25, Faux Hydrangea: $25,


Wooden Bowl: $10, Wish Tickets: $2



Frame: Gift, candle: $10, Mini wooden dress form: gift from my parents from Prague



Vintage scale: $15, cloche: $1 at goodwill



Plates from Sadie Olive, set of 4: $42.50 Restoration Hardware Mirror: Christmas gift from my parents



vintage box: $2



Apothecary jar: $7, Cotton: $2



Basket: $15


#7: $10, Vintage French house Number: $35, Silhouette: $7, Chandelier: $12



vintage postcard print from Hayley's Cottage: $25, shelf: $4, Amber Hobnail Votive Holder from Farmhouse Wares: $20



table: Free from grandmother, 5 target lamps: came as a set... $50




vintage lamp: free from grandmother, Martha Stewart blanket: gift, 2 pillows from the Couch Guy: $35 each

pottery barn table: $99, candle: $2, filler: $4, Vase: $12





vintage locker baskets: $15 each Vintage books: on loan

Grand total: $8,271.50. Dear god. I didn't think we ever had that much money to our name. I guess it all adds up!

14 comments:

Jacqueline said...

It all looks brilliant and well worth the money........it's really funny, but I often like the cheaper things best like the vintage box, the wicker basket , the glass jars and even the wish tickets... I know that we have to have the setees etc. but it's the little things that make a home . XXXX

Vintage Junky said...

that leather sofa is so comfortable! It was my dream leather sofa, but it is too big for our space. I also love your vintage french house number, I want one (and I have found one) but it doesn't look as big as yours. Great space!
Michelle

Embellished Bayou said...

What a beautiful room, you've got some really unique touches. Have you tried using Windows Live Writer for your blog posts? I started using it a couple months ago and it makes blogging SO much easier, especially when dealing with alot of photos.

a little bit vintage said...

Thanks for the tour! Lovely space! :)

Rachel

Dianna said...

Love. Love. Love. But you already know this. :)

Loree said...

Lovely room with some really great items.

Susan said...

Embellished Bayou--I'm going to have to try that!! Thanks! :)

Funky Junk Sisters said...

Susan,
Cute Blog, we will check back often. When you get a chance stop by ours!

Linda & Dixie
The Funky Junk Sisters

Marie said...

Hello Susan - you've got some really neat finds in that fabulous living room of yours! Thank you for sharing!
I'd love for you to join me for an "Heirloom Party" over at my blog on July 31st. Stop on by for the details when you have a moment!

Blessings,
Marie
http://emmacallsmemama.com

Susan said...

I was planning on it! :)

Tattered Goods said...

Well well well... Aren't you CUTE! I just stumbled on to your blog while visiting another. You have super chic style and personality. I love all your goodies you got this weekend, have a great day!

Sheila

Krys said...

Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment :)
I love your decor - especially the cotton in the jar and your bird postcard art!

c.kim said...

hi, do you happen to remember the name of the glass pottery barn coffee table? i used to work there and i cant remember- im trying to look around and see if i can find it bc its no longer online. thank you!

Susan said...

c.kim--I believe it's called Tanner. :)