Project Reveal: Golden Hour Project Family Room

Golden Hour Project / Rebekah Westover Photography

Making your home functional often means making great use of every space. In the upstairs landing of our Golden Hour Project, comfortable furniture, soft textiles, a large screen TV, and a few fun games turn the small space into an inviting family room with enough space for lounging. Take a look how we created the comfortable space.

Golden Hour Project / Rebekah Westover Photography

Our Golden Hour Project is a layering of beautiful neutrals. In this space, the neutrals are warm and dynamic with a textured patterned rug on the floor, a woven console, and a statement-making buckled leather chair. A dark gray sectional adds depth to the color palette and plenty of seating for all. The look is sophisticated but durable and family friendly.

Golden Hour Project / Rebekah Westover Photography

To anchor the large screen TV in the space, we grounded it with a wooden sidebard. This is a great tip for a small space that doesn’t accommodate a large built-in media wall. It provides storage for family room essentials like games, books, blankets, toys, or gaming consoles while looking beautiful in the space. We love the light color and caned doors.

Golden Hour Project / Rebekah Westover Photography

A few fun games change the vibe of the space and make it clear the space is meant to be used. A foosball table has a small footprint, but invites kids and teens to stay and play. Jenga blocks and a wood-version of Connect 4, are pretty enough to style with but directs kids to the sideboard full of more games and toys that they will love but might not be pretty enough to leave out. The space works for a family without sacrificing the design aesthetic we love.

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