Coffee Table Styling

7:00 AM

One of my favorite ways to bring pops of color into my neutral living room are through books. It's something friends enjoy looking at when they come over and they're easy to swap out. Laurence King Publishing sent over some of their books to add to my ever-growing collection and I am in love! Fashion books are one of my favorite ways to get inspired and these are no exception; I received 100 New Fashion Designers, 100 Years of Fashion and a Paris Sketchbook. 100 Years of Fashion was always my go-to when browsing the book section at Urban O, it's lovely! Their site is filled with so many amazing books so be sure to take a look. 
Other books I'm loving from the site: one, two and three

My tip for creating an eye-catching table: stack some colorful books, top with a plant (don't forget the tray!), add a yummy smelling candle (Target) and finish off with a unique piece (Urban O) for an added touch!
*sponsored post from Laurence King Publishing; all opinions are my own

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6 comments

  1. I have 100 Years of Fashion as well and love it! It's really interesting to look through.

    Ashley
    http://allthatglitters.co.nr

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  2. I love when I pin things on pinterest to later find that it was one of my favorite bloggers pictures:) I love your styling.
    Also, where is your couch from? it is lovely and I think it would go perfectly in my boyfriend and I's home!
    Leah Faye
    e plus l

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    1. Aw thank you so so much!! Love your blog as well lady!

      The couch is Ikea's cheap Karlstad with a cover from eBay and I had it tufted locally. :)

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  3. beautiful :) been trying to style mine myself and just got a few teeny plants too!

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  4. I love the way you styled your living room. It looks great. I have almost bought the 100 Years of Fashion from Urban (I love the cover of the book!) Where is your coffee table from? I have been looking for something like it & considering making one. :)
    Nicole
    www.theanchoredsoulblog.com

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    1. Hi! I made the table by using an Ikea tabletop and hairpin legs from eBay. :)

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