When the kiddos get home they do their homework here in the kitchen. Can you tell how frustrated she looks?
I mixed some faux peonies with some of the real flowers and I love how they look together:
My son enjoying some TV time in my blogging chair:
And these two old ladies waiting for food:
The Moravian Star chandelier (or similar one HERE) was a birthday present from my husband which I wanted for the downstairs hallway but it didn’t fit. So instead of returning it, I hung it in my daughter’s bedroom. I’m a little disappointed that it’s not as gold as it appears on the Ballard Design catalog. It was previously on their front cover and a bright shiny gold. Oh well. My daughter loves it though and she really didn’t want her old one anymore.
And since I recently moved the BeniO rug to the living room from our bedroom, I had to move this replica shag back into the bedroom but it works great in here too, don’t you think so?
night stands are Ikea with ring pulls like THIS | the chaise is vintage and I reupholstered it but you can find a similar one HERE and HERE | fur HERE | similar bedding HERE | the bed is Magnussen Furniture but not available anymore, find a similar one HERE, HERE, HERE and HERE | striped throw HERE | lamps are vintage but find a similar one HERE and HERE | leopard pillow HERE | small pillow HERE | similar banana tree HERE | steer skull HERE | chandelier HERE | flooring HERE |
Last week I shared with you my very easy and fast tile update which you can find HERE if you missed it, but I never shared an entire bathroom view because I was too lazy to clean it. Here it is. Hopefully we can rip that vanity out one day soon too like we just did in our master bathroom:
You can find all my other DIYs that are also in the photos by clicking HERE
Be sure to visit Sarah of Life on Virginia Street for your next stop on todays tours. I love her house and sense of style and of course her kitties too.