This room just shouts Spring, don't you think? From the lemony yellow wall to that uplifting lime green in the sofa pillows, it's just gorgeously seasonal. Even with a woodstove and cord wood in the corner, there's absolutely no Winter in this photo.
Since I'd love to re-create this Spring look, I went on a search for these same furniture and accents. To see how to get this look, read more.
Start by scouring vintage stores and online sites for a Danish modern teak sofa. This Danish Modern Sofa ($2,450) could be easily replicated from the one in the photo by sewing a yellow chiffon cover for the cushions. To get the same yellow shade on an accent wall, try Benjamin Moore Citron.
You'll want to also add a similarly striking branch table. Pacific Northwest artist Brent Comber makes the Alder Cubes (starting at $1,220), which are a close match to the branch table in the photo. You'll also want to add a beautiful wood stove — I'm partial to Jøtul stoves myself. To replicate the bookcase in the photograph, install two white Ikea Billy bookshelves on a corner wall. Then, mount a black, swivel-neck table lamp from the side of the shelf for reading. For a simple and stunning floral arrangement, add tall branches of eucalyptus to a simple clear carafe. You'll also want to add some potted plants near an open window, to replicate this room's organic look.
I've rounded up most of the other elements. Check them out below!