With Springs arrival comes an awakening
in the Lower Level Family Room!
Streamlining in the Lower Level Family Room
consisted primarily of removing the Christmas decor!
The wool Pendelton plaid blanket
was folded and placed inside the basket
beneath the end table!
Removing the circular green heavy ceramic tray,
I brought an oval white wicker tray from the upper level
to corral all the candles on the coffee table.
Once the wool blanket was removed,
just a fluffing of our Pottery Barn pillows
was all that was needed on the couch.
Lighting is key,
as only two small windows were placed
in our 1970's Ranch Style Home
on the Lower Level Family Room!
I use candles, overhead lighting,
task lighting and what tiny bit of naural light
I can, to keep this Family Room looking fresh!
One of my favorite purchased vintage pieces,
this red desk and garage $ale youth~size Windsor chair
are angled to create a connecting flow from
Living Area to Dining Area!
( We'll view that red desk more fully in an upcoming post!)
On Crooked Creek,
with an awakening of the Lower Level Family Room,
I am ready to welcome Spring!!!
Until next time. . .
On Crooked Creek will be joining
Susan @ Between Naps On The Porch
for Metamorphsis Monday!
Be sure to visit
for you’ll come away
filled with amazing inspirations
for use in your own home décor!