I'm still obsessing over what to do with my former dining room space which I'm turning into a library-slash-bar-slash-general-place-to-hang-when-people-come-over room. I've gone with a white, slipcovered Potterybarn loveseat and a pair of vintage Hawaiian-style rattan chairs. The chairs are currently a cream color, but I plan to recover them. The other large piece in the room will be a similar-to-this white sideboard that will function as a bar space.
So here I am, presenting two possible ideas for the room. Which do you all prefer?
OPTION No.1: Grey & Turquoise Love.
Includes a grey/white fabric to recover the rattan chairs, a pair of turquoise Thomas Paul lovebird throw pillows, a grey patterned area rug, Potterybarn shelves and track lights over the loveseat, and a cheeky but sweet turquoise poster framed in a white frame over the bar.
OPTION No.2: Chartreuse, Sunshine and a Touch of Blue.
This option features a chartreuse fabric to cover the rattan chairs with maize-yellow puffer fish throw pillows by Thomas Paul. A Dash & Albert cotton rug in a chartreuse color scheme is set on the floor, and a Tad Carpenter poster featuring Jack Johnson would hang over the bar, also in a white frame.