#CANVASRoomRefresh With Canadian Tire - A Living Room Makeover

Tuesday, October 2, 2018

You guys!  Today is the day!  Our #CANVASRoomRefresh is complete and our living room now has a brand new look!  First off, a huge thank you to Canadian Tire for helping us with this refresh, we are in love with the new look!

The goal for this transformation was to create a room that felt cozy, welcoming and cohesive.  I never really felt "settled" with this room.  I desperately wanted these rooms to feel a little less formal, but still craved the elegance and beauty.  Well, with the help of some key pieces from Canadian Tire's CANVAS line, we now have a room that truly reflects our style and key needs for a living room. 

So, here's how the room looked before the refresh:


And this is how it looks now!  Eep!




The first thing I wanted to do was to create a focal point.  The Marseille Fireplace was the perfect piece for that.  We moved our old chairs to the family room and replaced them with these beautiful blue Winston Chairs which have a modern silhouette.  It's incredible how much a room can change, simply by adding a few new pieces and switching around furniture placement.  This room begs for you to sit down and relax!




Storage is a pretty big deal to this family of five.  And guess what, the Marseille Fireplace has hidden storage!  I know!  The side panels pull out and feature three shelves for you to store your goodies in.  I love that it comes with a remote and that you can easily adjust the colour of the flame, the temperature and more!  Baskets placed strategically also give you room for extra storage.  I am a huge fan of natural woven baskets, they add texture to your space and are perfect for pillows, blankets and more!

Because our living room and dining room are open to one another, I wanted to ensure that the rooms were cohesive.  We gave our dining room a small update by adding these gorgeous Jax Chairs to the end of the table.  This is amazing because when we have company over, we typically bring chairs in from the kitchen, not anymore!  They once again feature a beautiful modern silhouette, but give a nod to the classic Windsor chair, which is one of my favourite styles!

New dishes with stunning texture bring a touch of glamour to the space, but I love that they can be used everyday!










The Slate Tray Table (with removable top!!) is a beautiful accent to the new chairs and is the perfect spot to display your favourite items and to set down your coffee (or wine lol).  Lighting was an issue in this room before - it wasn't well balanced, which I didn't like.  The fact that the Avery Floor Lamp has three settings means that you can easily adjust the lighting to your needs, if you're reading, sitting with friends, or enjoying a beverage by the fire.  You can also adjust the height of the lamp, which gives you complete control on how to style it!

A closer look at some of the details:
















I know that was a loooong post with lots of photos, but I really do love the new look of the space!  To have it finally feel "finished" after six years is such an incredibly satisfying feeling!  I really like how the CANVAS pieces worked with our existing pieces, versatility is key!

Here is a list of the CANVAS items used for the refresh!


Now, be sure to take a look at the #CANVASRoomRefresh for incredible inspiration and you can also see the amazing transformations designed by Jillian Harris and learn more about the CANVAS Room Refresh Challenge right here!

Cheers,

****This post and room makeover has been sponsored by Canadian Tire.  However, all thoughts and opinions are my own****

2 comments:

  1. I love it! Is the paint color in the living and dining room the same butter beige that is in your family room?

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    1. Thank you so much! The wall colour in these rooms is Grey Green from Canadian Tire's paint line, Premier Paint :)

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