Welcome to the home of La La Lovely! Where kids and design collide into a wonderful, beautiful, magical place. Truth be told, Trina may be the only person in the world who can not only make her place fun and kid-friendly (indoor swings included), but also maintain the chic aesthetic we all know and love her for. With photos from Yazy Jo, let’s take a peek, shall we?
From Trina… The living room has always been a bit of a catchall for random pieces, but recently I decided it needed to really come together. It’s always been a tricky room for me in that the layout is very long (and spacious). A sectional sofa was the best way to fill the space and allow for a good amount of seating. The swing and the disco ball add an element of fun in a room that is supposed to be the most serious in the house. I love the juxtaposition.
This room is one of my favorites. Since this is my childhood home, this used to be my parent’s bedroom. It was part of addition they made to the home in the mid-90’s. My main goal was to make it look like my own and to have it be a relaxing retreat. I like to keep things as neutral as possible (light colored walls, white bedding) to a sense of calm and simplicity. The biggest change we made (and my favorite) was ripping out the carpet and putting in wood floors. I’ve always wanted white painted floors and this was the best place to try them. I love the way they turned out (even though my parents were not so sure, at first). We used a knotty pine and white porch paint.
It’s fun and wild decorating a room that used to be yours when you were a kid. It’s not a big room so bunk beds were the way to go for this shared space. I kept the color pattern simple with white paint (same as used throughout the house) and a chalkboard wall. Kids seem to like to draw on walls, so why not give them a place to do it. The favorite element of the room is the mouse hole that connects to another bedroom. The boys also love the floating shelves from IKEA where they like to display their favorite superheroes.
This room was originally the master bedroom of the house, (before the mid-90’s addition) I had the most fun decorating this space as I’m a girly girl at heart. I wanted to design a room that my daughter could grow with. The painting on the wall was inspired by a Julia Kostreva journal. The bed is an Ikea bed that is painted white.
The playroom is actually the dining room. The dining room wasn’t getting much use and having small children who always want to be close by, I thought it would be a fun idea to convert the room into a playroom. I left some of the main elements like the chandelier and the hutch (which now stores toys) so it’s an easy switch back. The main update is the light green paint that only cover three quarters of the wall and a few shelves for books. I love looking into that room and seeing the mix of toys and a crystal chandelier.
For years the master bath was covered in 90’s floral wallpaper. I knew I wanted to tone down the room with a neutral paint color and gray seemed like the right choice against the white cabinets. I found a chandelier in the basement storage that used to hang in the dining room and thought it would make such a great statement and be the focal point of the room.
I’m not sure how many different ways I’ve seen this room over the years (picture blue shag carpet or southwestern indian motif), but it has looked a lot of different ways. This room, unfortunately, does not get a lot of natural light, so it was my goal to brighten things up as much as possible. White paint and putting in wood floors was our best decision for this room. It gets a lot of traffic as it is the way out to the patio and pool and hardwoods have kept things looking more streamlined and clean.
Bed: Z Gallerie | Dresser: Vintage from The Painted Lady | Chandelier : Antique from Euro Trash | Settee: Antique from Euro Trash | Sconce Lighting: One Forty Three | Linen Duvet: Pottery Barn | Desk: West Elm | Desk Lamp: Ikea | Plant Stand: Urban Outfitters | Blue Chair: Vintage | Side Table: Euro Style Lighting | Blanket on headboard: fashionABLE
Daybed: Adams and August | sofa: IKEA | Lamp: Anthropologie | Rug: Rugs USA | Pink Pillow : Artsy Modern | Chair : Euro Style Lighting | Striped Blanket & Pillows: Nine Space | Coffee Table: Euro Style Lighting | Art: Trina McNeilly | Sconce Lighting: West Elm | Gold Planter: Anthropologie
Paint Top Half: Benjamin Moore ‘Winter Wheat’ | Paint Bottom Half: Sherwin Williams ‘Filmy Green’ | Hutch: Vintage | Light Fixture: Antique | Playtable: The Land of Nod | Chairs : The Land of Nod | Rocking Chair: The Land of Nod | Rug: The Land of Nod | Polka Dot Bin: The Land of Nod | Airplane Light: The Land of Nod | Kitchen Set: Pottery Barn Kids | Cloud Pillow: The Land of Nod
Paint: Benjamin Moore ‘Winter Wheat’ | Paint Above Fireplace: Sherwin Williams ‘Inner Child’ | Sectional Sofa: Smart Furniture | Floor Lamp: The Land of Nod | Coffee Table: Euro Style Lighting | Pouf: Lulu & Georgia | Artwork: DIY | Chair: High Fashion Home | Chests: The Land of Nod | Hanging Shelf: DIY | Mirror: The Mirror Lady | Swing: Custom Made | Tree Stump Side Table: Made by artist Drew Weldon | Art: Trina McNeilly | Yarn Wall Art: DIY
Paint: Benjamin Moore ‘Winter Wheat’ + Chalkboard Paint | Light Fixture: The Land of Nod | Bunk Beds: Pottery Barn Kids | | Desk: The Land of Nod | Desk Chair: The Land of Nod | Rug: The Land of Nod | Window Shade: The Home Depot | Wire Wall Baskets: The Land of Nod
Bedding: The Land of Nod + Serena & Lily | Bon Soir Pillowcases: Urban Outfitters | Hanging Rattan Chair: Serena & Lily | Bed: Ikea | Nightstands: Vintage | Dresser: Ikea | Mirror: Ikea | Pendant Lights: Design Within Reach | Desk Lamp: The Land of Nod | Art: A Fine Little Day, Erin McIntyre for Donna Wilson | Cat PIllow: Donna Wilson | Tassel Garland: DIY