This is a simple, easy, and affordable way to create a wall decor piece. I used this modern yarn hanging to cover up the fuse box that’s next to our kitchen and visible from the dining area. (more…)
It’s been awhile, but it’s time to continue the Virtual Home Tour. Here’s a look at before and after shots of our guest room plus some text about some things. Enjoy!
I love our guest room because it’s actually very spacious, has a gigantic closet, and is the one room in our house that gets a lot of sunlight.
Now that the Christmas decorations have gone and past, I wanted to decorate the living room with a winter theme. I exchanged red pillow cases in favor of some white and gray ones as well as took down my red and white curtains and put up white and gray ones. I dug out blue candles and placed them around for some accent pieces so I wouldn’t be stuck with dreary gray and white.
We’ve been getting some rain in Southern California – much needed during this drought season. Many of our house plants are outside and soaking in the water while I’m inside staying dry and reading a ton of books. And I mean a ton. I’m averaging to a book a day and I’m still going strong. I’ll go through reading bursts where all I want to do is read read read then all of a sudden, I stop. Then it’ll be months before I can get myself started on another book.
Anyways, since it’s been raining outside and I’ve been keeping warm inside, I figured this would be a good opportunity to show you all my nice slice of heaven: my reading corner.