I really do want to take you on a complete tour of our home, I promise, but it’s kind of a wreck. You wouldn’t enjoy it. There is no furniture, our living room is just our recycling center with piles of cardboard and bubble wrap. But we do have some cute corners and consistently-tidy areas. I’ll show you some of those, so you get the general feeling without all of the riffraff.
I always start with the kitchen when I move somewhere, so this one is more doable. As I wandered around the house just now, with my toothbrush in my mouth (don’t know why inspiration seems to strike mid-brush!) and camera in hand, I chose to spare you the unwiped counters and the open dishwasher. There were a couple of angles, however that were eager to be shown off.
By the way, those brown apothecary jars and the glass cloche are from Ingrid.
Next was my favorite corner in Amelia’s room. I thought about this nook long before we moved here– a cozy little spot for her to sit and read. Of course, I was in complete denial about the fact that Amelia would never actually choose to be in a room alone. Maybe this corner was really for me. I should have made it in my room…
And let’s get real for a moment here, folks: will her room really ever be much more photographable than this? I don’t clean her room for her any more. Her bed will be made by her after her nap, but it never really looks great. She’s a kid! It’s pure vanity for me to want it to look pretty for my friends.A real bed would sure help, though! By the way, I am thinking of getting this wallpaper to put in the alcoves in here, and painting the inside edges a pretty light pink.
Our bathroom is HUGE. Huge! There is so much open floorspace that we could seriously put a queen sized mattress on the floor in there for guests. (Any takers?) The bathtub is awesome, and Jeff tells me the shower is just fine.
The door goes into the laundry room, and then goes into our bedroom.
Our bedroom holds some of the only furniture in our house, we were that determined to “do it up big” after sleeping in a tiny attic space where we couldn’t even fit a box spring, let alone sit up in bed. Of course, our bed is now covered in laundry (that’s what happens when you have the laundry room a few feet away!) but you can see our furniture and cool light.