I am finally working on my daughter’s room. It has been long, hot summer…and honestly, I haven’t felt like tackling that project.
Some progress was made. We painted the walls Vintage Blue, distressed an old shutter, changed her bedding to a fluffy white down comforter, and found these huge, square pillows at HomeGoods for $9.99 each.
We are moving in the right direction…but she has a huge eye-sore in her room. And my husband and I do not agree on what do with it.
It’s sentimental because it was in her nursery and was so precious at the time…and now it just collects junk, dust, and more junk.
And it drives me to drink wine coolers at 2 in the afternoon. (kidding!)
I want to take it down completely. The husband does not.
I want to replace with bookcase with a huge wall of vintage guitars, metal letter P’s, photographs of her ballet and her horse, and artwork…special to her…and I know it would be gorgeous above the white beadboard in her room.
Very vintage. Very girly.
While we duke out if the bookcase stays or goes in the attic, I created this print to frame for my daughter’s room.
A verse that is special to me, for a number a reasons I’ll share soon.
And I’d love to share it with you.
Feel free to download it here: Heart Print
And print and share for personal use.
Happy Thursday, friends! I’ll keep you updated on the bookcase debate…and feel free to give me your thoughts on how to convince the husband the bookcase needs to go!!