Home is where the heart is. This saying is so true. Wherever my husband and son are, is home to me. But next to my family, home is where the beautiful furniture is.
A house, no matter how beautiful, is just a shell without furniture and accessories. And the furniture and accessories you choose reflect your style. The vibe that you want people to feel when they enter your home.
Whether it’s warm and inviting, or fun and exciting, our furniture can dictate the mood.
So I was really excited to hear about Havertys Inspiration Sessions. My local Havertys is in Knoxville. Here’s the schedule:
- Sept 15th- Now Showing (designing an entertainment space)
- Oct 13- Seasonal Scapes (desiging for seasons)- this is the session I plan on attending.
- Nov 10- Winter Colors (designing to incorporate winter colors)
- Dec 1-Finishing Touches (making that room complete)
You can get so many ideas, and the customer service at Havertys is top-notch. I’m sure you’ll have no trouble finding someone there that will help you get inspired for your own home.
Here’s a couple of my inspirations for my home’s entertainment space…
I found the two images above from Havertys: Discover Something You. I like warm rich earth tones, comfort, and things that would stand up to a boy, and his friends, you know long lasting furniture. The family or great room needs to be inviting to guests, because next to the kitchen, this is where everyone congregates when we have friends or family over.
Even if you’re not in the market for a whole new living room suite, you can buy new tables, a sectional, or a new chair, throw in some new accessories and paint, for a whole new look and feel to a room.
Seating is also a key element in this space. For TV viewing that’s comfortable for the whole family with plenty of room to spread out, a sectional is the perfect choice.
Check out their website to see where your closest Havertys is, and be sure to visit one of their inspiration sessions to get… inspired.
Donna is a Content Creator, Marketer, Brand Ambassador, Social Media Consultant, former teacher, wife, and proud mom. Blog by Donna encompasses all that… she writes about family life and being a woman while weaving in articles about the brands and products she and her family love.