If you have young children and a yen to decorate you know how young children push you to adapt. I have been in search of a way to store my children’s books. I tried a traditional bookshelf a few years ago. That ended quickly. You’d be amazed how difficult it
Tag: Paint colors
Following Christmas came more colds. The baby started with a cough and it slowly made it’s way around the family. I was knocked flat (or wanted to be) for two days. So I now continue to travel on the road of sleep deprivation towards recovery. One day…one day. Here are
It looks as though I never posted pictures of my daughter’s room once made over. I painted the walls with left over Collanade Gray (Sherwin Williams color mixed in Clark & Kinsington paint). Before moving to Minnesota in college a print store was going out of business and I found
We continue to move along. The living room is nearly done (at least for this stage of the game). I’m so pleased with the clean, modern look of Collonade Gray in the walls. We have our World Market basket weave lamp shade is up in place of the already-here chandelier.
We’re making progress at a bit at a time. Our new chaise lounge arrived and fits beautifully with our bedroom decor. I realize now the decor was less Art Nouveau and more Rococo, but I’m sure no one will fault me for it. The important thing for me are the
And now for our new home. I’d like to do this room by room as I manage the work, room by room. The style of the home is contemporary and it is part of a larger housing development. We fell in love with it’s openness, light, plantation shutters, the presence
We have, by the grace of God, moved into a lovely home in the small town of my upbringing, Hughson. A la The Little Way of Ruthie Lemming, I am terribly grateful to be so close to my parents and grandmother, and accept that despite our longing for fine dining,