Yes, the LIVING ROOM is behind the plastic. This furniture is currently lazing about in our dining room...the table is up against the window to the left. It's just so cozy, I don't know if I ever want my living room ba-- I couldn't even pretend that was true. I'm so sick of tripping on furniture, food, and small children packed in like sardines that I'm about to throw that couch over that wall. Kidding about that, too. But seriously. Andrew is putting up wainscoting and installing a built-in, glass doored bookcase in that room on the other side of that curtain. Slow but steady...steadily slow. I feel a little bad for nagging him daily about this project because he's so busy at work, too. Then I stub my toe on one of 85 pieces of furniture crammed into a 12x12" space and tell him get to work. Sometimes I remind myself of a Proverbs wife. But not the one in chapter 31, more like the dripping faucet one described elsewhere in the book.
On to my little projects...that Andrew is also about 50% of. Oops. What can I say, he's a wizard.
|Hi guys. Hi Gene Kelly and Fred Astaire. This idea is a double steal from my favorite design blog- Little Green Notebook. Jenny put this print up in her laundry room and accented with Rustoleum's Safety Red. Andrew (surprise), printed the picture on a piece of 11x14" paper and cut a piece of MDF to go under it. I spray painted the frame (that I already had!) and used a spray adhesive to bind the MDF to the photo. Whammy.|
|Shelf in Marg's room: my idea. Manpower/brainpower to hang it: Andrew.|
|For some reason Margot's bedroom color gets all funky-yellowed in pictures, so I like to tweak it beyond reality.|
|I added this fun pom pom trim to Margot's lamp shade. All by myself.|