Thank you to Havertys for sponsoring this post, as always all opinions are my own.
We’ve been doing a lot of furniture window shopping lately in our search for the perfect décor in our dining room turned sitting room/bar transformation. We’re slowly but surely making progress like I shared a few weeks ago but it’s so hard to narrow down our choices and define exactly what “look” we’re going for in the room.
Last week I was in a neighboring town for errands and decided to swing by Havertys to browse their selection since I was passing by. (We don’t have one in our current town but we love it and it is where we purchased our sectional in the living room.)
Since I was in the store I thought I’d take a few pics not only to share with y’all but also so I could enter Havertys super cool Picture Perfect Contest and hopefully win a $2500 gift card (that’s a lot of furniture-buying moola!)
It’s super easy to enter, just snap a picture of yourself with something you LOVE at your local Havertys and send it to them-you can email it to them, tag them on it on Twitter, or share it on their Facebook page! I am a Twitteraholic so I tweeted my entry! (Contest runs through July 31, 2013, see the complete rules here)
It was hard to narrow down what my favorite thing was, this living room set was gorgeous.
And I loved the grey and yellow colors of this sitting area.
And there were gorgeous lamps everywhere!
But when I spotted this navy Moroccan beauty of a rug staring at me across the showroom I knew I had fallen in love! (Warning, fuzzy pic taken by a four year old!!)
I’m trying my hardest to figure where in my house I can put that rug-seriously; it needs to come home with me!!
I did find some great options for the sitting room but you’re just going to have to be patient and wait until our big reveal to see what we end up deciding on! I can’t wait to share it with you!
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This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Havertys. The opinions and text are all mine.