A few weeks back, you may remember, I took a weekend trip to Salt Lake City for the first ever #OverstockStyleWeekend with a few of my favorite design bloggers. And on that trip, I was actually blown away by not only the amazing hospitality that was shown to us, or the amount of fun we had doing our design challenges (more on in the next post!), but the house that the Overstock team took over and decorated according to each blogger's aesthetic based entirely on mood boards we created.
And this is my beautiful room!!! Yes, guys, every single piece in here (except the piano!) is from Overstock. Mind blown, right? The very first thing I learned from this trip is that the name of the company no longer reflects their actual product. In fact, only 5% of what's on their site is actual overstock. The rest is beautiful pieces like what you see here.
And yes, let's talk about that sofa that everyone is obsessed with. The one on the right with the wood surround? It's stunning. And just as good in person.
As far as I'm concerned, they nailed my style. Lots of white and layered neutrals with texture. Keeping things simple enough that each piece is seen and has its moment while also feeling full!
I love the little vignette they created with the circle artwork and the Bandelier Chairs. One thing I specified in my moodboard and descriptions of my work was lots of organic texture, and this is really doing it for me!
I can't explain the feeling of walking into this space. It sits directly across from the front door - framed by short entryway - and then you get this vastness of the view behind it and it feels open and completely cozy at the same time. And everything feels so thoughtful, down to the last detail like this adorable pom pom throw!
To the left of the living room is the master bedroom, which was decorated to suit Jenny from Little Green Notebook. Her look is so versatile, I think the designers probably had a bit more of a challenge with this space!
To the right of the living room lies the kitchen, a small room that faces the front of the house, and a large dining room in the back of the house which has more of that stunning view...
They turned the front room into a more casual breakfast nook type of space based off of At Home With Ashley's sweet style, and the main dining space was created to match Simply Grove's more masculine, mid-century modern aesthetic. Each evening, we actually got to experience the home as our own space! They served us two fabulous dinners right in this room, with the fire roaring, and it was super special.
But the space that everyone wanted to hang out in was the den!! Downstairs held a slew of other rooms, and this one belonged to Dabito of Old Brand New! I gotta admit, this one was calling my name too. I never thought I'd be so drawn to wood paneling, but I love how warm the space felt compared to the rest of the home!
His style is a lot more layered, bohemian, and fun, which was perfect for this space. We had cocktails and appetizers down here the first night, and the second night sparked some fun fireside post-dinner conversations and impromptu karaoke! Obviously the setting lent itself to such revelry.
There were so many cool details in this room - I loved the way they layered the rugs in here, and added lots of texture. But my favorite little moment was definitely this one:
How gorgeous is that console? It's not actual agate, but printed onto the facade, but I have to say - it looked pretty damn good and I love it with the rich tones in the lamp.
Because I know you're going to ask about all of these pieces, here are a few of my favorites so you can get the look, but if there's something specific you're lusting after, you can find it on the Overstock.com website, or check out the full tour right here.
1. bandelier chair | 2. hans anderson chandelier | 3. kardiel woodrow sofa | 4. audubon artwork | 5. white & terra cotta vase | 6. andalucia bench | 7. diamond loop pillow | 8. patiala pillow | 9. collins rug
You can also get more of my picks by following this pinterest board we created to track all our favorite finds!