striped accent wall.
organized the closet.
created a place for our little ones to hang their masterpieces.
Last month, we changed around some of the furniture in our house to accommodate our current season of life. Little Girlie no longer rocks (Someone needs to hold ME over that one! I try to get her to rock, but nope, she's not into it. Waaaahhhh!) so we didn't need the rocking chair in her room anymore. We were going to buy a chair for the playroom, but decided to use the rocker instead. It may not be my favorite style, but it's comfy, the right color, and free. Can't beat free. ;) Having a chair in the playroom is amazing and a real game changer!
repurposed our train table!
ledge in the living room. Here's an example of what we have in mind.
We've been storing books on the built in bookshelf and in totes, but the books on the built-ins are impossible for the kids to keep clean. They end up in a huge pile on the shelf...and I start twitching. ;) We figured the ledges would be easier for the kids to put their books away.
I used painters tape to mark where I wanted the shelves to go and how high our tallest books are so that I could "live with it" and see how I liked the ledge idea before committing. I'm sold!
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I'm also keeping my eye out for a cheap used chair to redo for Little Man's desk. For now, Little Man has been using one of our breakfast nook chairs as his desk chair. I would LOVE to change out that red counter, but honestly, it's so low on the budget priority list that I'm just going to work with it.
Well, there's the plans! My friend Betsy is working on lengthening the curtains and sewing the pillow for me right now. I'm so excited! Maybe Jeremy and I will even get to the book ledges this weekend? One can hope, right? ;)
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