I think I've mentioned before our pattern of neglecting our bedroom when it comes to decorating.
It always gets the minimum amount of attention to make it liveable. And it's usually a mess, since that's where I often fold laundry, sort kids' clothes, and a certain mustached individual has an aversion to relocating his items to their appropriate homes.
Que sera sera, you know? It happens.
And it usually doesn't bother me that much, because I don't spend that much time there, especially considering our bent for staying up half the night.
But sometimes I see fancy rooms on Pinterest or in mags, bedrooms with things like "working lamps" or "proper storage" and I think, nope. That kind of luxe just ain't for us.
Or is it?????
So I'm starting to daydream about what we could have up there. Someday.
And in the meantime, I'm taking baby steps.
Taping cool prints to the wall by Cory's dresser is my favorite baby step so far.
It's one of the first things I see when I wake up and I'm loving it.
This cost me zero dollars.
The Love Alone print was a gift from a friend, the smaller prints were swag from Hop Spoken, I painted the vase at the dining room table while the kids painted, and the butterfly is actually a greeting card that came in a boxed set about 10 years ago from TJ Maxx. This is proof that we can make a little magic with stuff we've already got. Take a look around and see what works together. Live with things that make you happy. It's not as complicated as we make it.
What's the state of your bedroom?
Tell me almost everything.
Butterfly greeting card - Katie Daisy
I'll Keep You Safe print - Lion Named Parker
Flower painting - FPFG
Love Alone print - Katy Girl Designs
Birdcage print - Beautiful & Beloved
Dresser - Thrift store circa 2000 ($50) (We almost broke our backs hauling this thing in.)
Mirror - $40 Allegan flea market circa 2012
Green box - gift
Plant - Aldi, relocated from the living room