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Happily Eva After Family Room Reveal

Eva Amurri Martino of blog Happily Eva After's colorful and pattern-filled Family Room in her new connecticut home

Welcome to our new Connecticut home! I’m so excited to share the first of my Room Reveals with you on the blog today.  Our Family Room is one of my favorites in the entire house.  I just love how it turned out– if rooms could be Spirit Animals, this would be mine! Haha. Patterns and pops of color really energize me and make me feel so at home.  I also love it because it reminds me so much of our California home.  If you ever checked out my Home Tour from our last house, you’ll notice that most of the decor and furniture from our old Master Bedroom ended up in our new Family Room.  This space has been really restorative and cozy for our growing family, and I can’t wait to hang out in here together for years to come! These images are meant to be scrolled through, so enjoy– credits and a “Shop The Look” feature can be found at the end of the post!

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Eva Amurri Martin of lifestyle blog Happily Eva After relaxes at home in her family room on a grey couch with multicolored and multipatterned pillows surrounding her, holding a cup of coffee

Eva Amurri Martino of blog Happily Eva After's colorful and pattern-filled Family Room in her new connecticut home

multicolored pillows on a grey couch in the family room of Eva Amurri Martino of lifestyle blog Happily Eva After

The coffee table in Eva Amurri Martino's connecticut home

A close up of the array of coffee table books stacked under the coffee table ottoman in Eva Amurri Martino's family room of her connecticut home

Eva Amurri Martin of lifestyle blog Happily Eva After styling the trays on her coffee table ottoman and placing a brass pineapple tumbler on an orange tray

A colorful view of Eva Amurri Martino's Family room couch and coffee table ottoman with custom orange and magenta ikat roman shades

 

A reading nook in the family room of eva amurri martino's connecticut home, splashes of pattern and orange and magenta custom ikat roman shades

Eva Amurri Martino of Lifestyle Blog Happily Eva After sitting in a striped armchair in the corner of her family room in connecticut

Eva Amurri Martino of lifestyle blog Happily Eva After styling the multicolored mantlepiece in her family room

The mantlepiece of eva amurri martino's family room in connecticut, featuring art by Casey Grey and Edith Vonnegut

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View of the custom play area of Eva Amurri Martino's family room in connecticut featuring built in toy storage and an open floor plan

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Close up of the custom storage bins in the playroom area of Eva Amurri Martino's family home in Connecticut

Miniature mid century modern eames style play table and chairs in Eva Amurri Martino's family room at her home in Connecticut

 

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DESIGN CREDITS:

Rug: West Elm (similar)

Couch: Custom by Monarch Sofa

Window Treatments: Custom by The Beehive

Art: Graffiti Style oil paintings by Casey Gray, Small oil panting on mantle by Edith Vonnegut, Photograph of young girl by Moby

Miniature Eames-Style Play table + Chairs:  Amazon

Pillows: Various by West Elm, Lulu & Georgia, Target, and Anthropologie

Coffee Table Ottoman:  Houzz (similar)

White Vase with Birds:  Z. Gallerie

Color-Banded Vases/Planters: Robert Siegel Studio

Brass Pineapple Tumbler:  Urban Outfitters

Patterned Arm Chair:  West Elm

Brass Side Table:  West Elm

Wood Pedestal End Table:  One King’s Lane

Table Lamp:  Noguchi

Standing Lamp:  West Elm

Trays:  Z. Gallerie, Lulu & Georgia

Frames:  Z. Gallerie

Toy Storage:  Custom, similar at Land Of Nod

Miniature Rocking Chair:  Land Of Nod

Grey and White Foam Play Mat:  Skip Hop

 

Photographs by Stephanie Elliott Photography

 

 

 

 

 

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39 Comments

  1. Whitney says:

    Would love to hear about the wall with your TV – TV walls are hard to do and looking at yours, I’m wondering if I should get rid of the console below my TV and just have it be a wall with only the TV (and get rid of other art around it)

    09.26.16Reply
    • Hi!
      So we didn’t want the kids to be able to touch/mess with the TV and decided to do our entire home wireless and mount it on the wall. It’s been amazing so far!

      09.28.16Reply
  2. Elizabeth says:

    I’ve been waiting for this post! Love your decor.

    09.26.16Reply
  3. Azalia B says:

    Ohhhhh I loooove how you incorporated the kiddie stuff with grown up stuff and made it look so chic.. And can we talk about the wall of windows 🙌🏻🙌🏻🙌🏻🙌🏻🙌🏻🙌🏻 Obsessed with the all white walls. What color is this?
    Looking forward to the rest of your lovely home pics .. Beautiful!!

    09.26.16Reply
    • Thank you! The white is Benjamin Moore Chantilly

      09.28.16Reply
      • Azalia says:

        Great thanks!!

        09.28.16Reply
  4. Carmen says:

    It looks so comfy and sophisticated at the same time! Love it and would love to hire you to decorate our home 😉

    09.26.16Reply
  5. This is so you! I must ask about the toy storage situation. I had noticed it on snapchat and have been so curious about it. Will there be a post on what you did with those bins? Are they built ins, custom units, something you dreamed up yourself? I am so curious. Looking forward to more reveals, especially the kitchen and bedrooms. xx

    09.26.16Reply
    • Hi! Yes, they are custom. If you look in the design credits below you can see the Land Of Nod bins they are inspired by!

      09.28.16Reply
  6. Jennifer Noble says:

    Oh my gosh, everything is absolutely stunning! I’m glad everything has calmed down and the move is over and you guys can just enjoy your gorgeous Connecticut house as you await little Mister. 🙂

    09.26.16Reply
  7. Sharon says:

    Gorgeous! Love how open and airy it is – and the built in storage for toys is genius!

    09.26.16Reply
  8. Tai says:

    Ooooooh! I’m so in love with the island(?) with the toy bins on the side. That is such a brilliant idea. I bet Marlowe loves having her stuff accessible, but it’s still easy to put it away. How did you get your TV on the wall with no wires at all? It looks great. Nice work!

    09.26.16Reply
    • Thanks, yes she loves it!
      We actually had a company come and make everything wireless for us which has been a game changer!

      09.28.16Reply
  9. Yasmin Wallace says:

    I love it! The couch looks soooo cozy! I’m afraid of color, but it works so well here! Very beautiful 🙂

    09.26.16Reply
  10. Stephanie Almhem says:

    How do you keep all the light furniture clean with a toddler? I am loving all the colors in this room.

    09.26.16Reply
    • Hi Stephanie! haha yes I know the light furniture is pretty brave.
      My decorating mantra is always that kids must exist within our own aesthetic and not the other way around– If the couch gets a few stains or bumps and bruises I’m cool with it! It is what it is.

      We’ll see how long it takes to get destroyed haha

      09.28.16Reply
  11. Sarah says:

    Such a smart idea to have the toys and storage right where they are. Our kids have a huge play room but they want to play close to mom, in the kitchen. I’ve given up and have bought some antique boxes to hide them in.

    09.26.16Reply
    • Same thing happened to us in our last home– amazing play room that was never ever used because it was away from where we actually spent time!

      09.28.16Reply
  12. Donna D says:

    Great job. Love it!

    09.26.16Reply
  13. Donna D says:

    Any before photos?

    09.26.16Reply
  14. Tracy Tarter says:

    I love the toy storage! You are so brave to decorate in all white! Looks gorgeous!

    09.26.16Reply
  15. Robin says:

    I have so been looking forward to this post! I LOVED how you styled your home in Los Angeles and your new home is just as stunning! I truly can’t wait to see more room reveals especially Marlowe’s and Baby Boy Martino’s room! Congratulations on your new home it truly is just as lovely as can be.

    09.26.16Reply
  16. Katie says:

    Your style is AH-MAZING!!! 🙌🏻
    I am so inspired and can’t wait for more!!! 🤗

    09.26.16Reply
  17. Malissa says:

    Fabulous! Love it all! Dying to see close up of the kitchen:)

    09.26.16Reply
    • Thanks, Malissa! That room reveal is right around the corner… 😉

      09.28.16Reply
  18. Emily says:

    What is with all of the paintings of naked people!?!?!?!?

    09.26.16Reply
    • Hi Emily,
      We have a few nudes in our home (one painting and two photographs). We collect black and white photography and a couple are nudes. We find them to be really beautiful

      09.28.16Reply
  19. I LOVE this. This would probably be my spirit animal too. I’ve never been this brave to mix so many colors and patterns, but this turned out beautifully its great inspiration.

    09.27.16Reply
  20. Alessan says:

    Hey Eva,

    LOVE YOUR BEAUTIFUL HOUSE❤❤❤can you please take some pics of the exterior of your house as well as the landscaping because the house looks so cute judging from your Snapchats

    Alessan xoxo

    09.28.16Reply
    • Hi Alessan! Thanks! We purposefully don’t photograph the front of our home for safety reasons, but I’m sure you’ll get more glimpses from Snapchat as time goes on 🙂

      09.28.16Reply
      • Alessan says:

        Oh ok that makes sense! 🙂 look forward to seeing some more glimpses on Snapchat!!:)

        09.28.16Reply
  21. Your home is GORGEOUS!!!!!!!! I just have to know how do you have SO MUCH white with a toddler?? I am SO drawn to the white, airy look and I worry when I have kids I will have to sacrifice that!!! But you seem to do just fine with it!! 🙂 Your home and family is gorgeous!

    09.28.16Reply
  22. Victoria says:

    I love the look of the room with all the splashes of color. Beautiful. I have loved the idea of a white room, but one question… Is it just because it’s a picture or does all the woodwork and everything else white just blend in with the walls? I’m wondering if it’s too white. Ideas for my next DIY…

    10.05.16Reply
  23. Andrea says:

    Late in the comment gang, I really love how you were able to see such wonderful potential in a home that needed a bit of updating! Such a gift!

    12.31.16Reply