- I am not a professional designer, nor do I claim to be! I would, however, love to be one and understand design concepts. Or, I could always have David Bromstadt come design my house. I'd be totally ok with that!
- I don't have oodles and oodles of money to spend attempting to design rooms in my house. But if I did, I would probably rather pay to have the above mentioned, David, design my house. (if you don't know who he is, you're totally missing out!)
- The design of my house is what my family likes. Cozy and inviting. Real people live here. Little kids live here and my house reflects that, because let's face it, a lot of time there are dirty clothes on the floor and toys everywhere!
The only room, fully decorated, my Princesses room...
Her Beesha bought her these cute little letters and dots to put on her walls. She had so much fun spelling her name and sticking things on the door!
She couldn't not be in the picture. She is so excited to have her own room! The photographs on the wall, I took. The painting is another one Oswald's aunt did. The bed is Oswald's great grandpa's bed. I know the wrought iron makes it very masculine, but she loves it and I would be completely disowned if I ever got rid of it!
The letters I got at Hobby Lobby or something before she was born. We seriously struggled with how we would spell her name. There were so many options. the butterflies were a gift from Beesha. Yes, that is a nightstand and no there is no dresser. We seriously hang up everything except panties, socks and jammies. No need for a big bulky dresser!
The painting on the left wall a friend did, they read, "He gave me my eyes that I might see, the color of butterfly wings." Her nursery theme was butterflies and it still fits to this day. (plus I ♥ those paintings!) The window shutter looking thing was a hand-me-down from a friend that didn't really use it, but couldn't see getting rid of it. And it fits her room perfectly!
If only I could get her to keep her room clean, it would be awesome. She told a visitor to our house today, "I have my own room. Sometimes it gets messy in there."