In my continuing search for headboards, I came across this post and now I'm even more undecided. I'm digging this chalkboard idea....
I have a vintage chalkboard but it's in my children's playroom. They won't mind if it's my headboard, right? And then they'll be standing on my bed, drawing. Hmmmm, maybe not so good of an idea after all. NEXT!
This may be too romantic for my (currently) non-romantic bedroom. But isn't it beautiful?
And who can pass up a huge mirror? Not me. But this may be out of my price range. Most huge mirrors come with a huge price tag.
I love you so much but you are not helping me at all. I'll just have to stare longingly into your windows and dream of the day when $500 boots can be justified. Sadly, today is not that day. Until then, I will look for knock-offs that will pacify my boot lust.
Yes, I already have Spring on my mind. I'm not a cold weather person. I prefer a nice 80 degree day. Some sun shining on my back. I was doing my daily blog perusing and I came upon this lovely Maryland home. Isn't it dreamy? I would love to waste a day or two sitting on that porch, reading a book, taking a nap in the breeze....ahhh, but I'll wait a few more months and just stare at this house to get me through Winter.
Found here and here
"Beauty and function make a house, but family and happiness make it a home."
My little blog is finally, attempting, trying, hoping to take off! I was high-lighted in Treasured Valley, a local news and info website. I'm so excited!!! And I'm excited because I'm always looking for sources to find local happenings. Living out here in Parma can get a little polarizing at times so I need to venture out. Thanks Treasured Valley, you're on my awesome list now:)
I love tulip skirts and my amazing seamstress friend is going to help me make one! The fabric I chose is a black/blue acetate and it is beautiful. I have no hips so this style is perfect for my no-shape body. I'll have to post on the completed skirt. (or not since I will be the one sewing it:)
I love a good chevron pattern, don't you? I have two end tables that need some help, desperately. I'm going to attempt this pattern on the tops of them and see if it's as easy as they say. Wish me luck!