Howdy! I'm glad you're here.
This post probably contains run-on sentences, sentence fragments,
affiliate links, and unnecessary ellipses. If none of that bothers you, let's be friends.
The last day of my 12 day posting streak has arrived! Since it has literally been a year this month since I finished sprucing it up, I felt like it was juuuuuuust about time I did a before/after of the small bedroom upstairs, which the two boys currently share, even though I haven't managed to get good pictures of it Blog Reveal Clean. If it hasn't happened yet, I guess it's never gonna happen, huh? So you're gonna get photos of unmade beds and clothes spilling out of bins. It hurts a little, I'll be honest.
It is a tiny room, but it's cozy and loved by all despite (because of?) its quirkiness.
Here is the photo that was in the original real estate listing we saw for the house. The wide-angle lens makes you think it's some kind of normal size but really, no. It is itty bitty.
|that's a twin sized bed there on the right|
Here's what the wall color looked like in beautiful light with a fancy camera...
But really it had a more orange-y, southwestern flare (to match those 80s light fixtures on either side of the window maybe?), which you can see better here.
|crib on the left, bunkbeds on the right|
|(our master bedroom is the only one with an actual closet. The kids' rooms both have these open bars + shelves happening. Probably something to do with making them official bedrooms for real estate purposes or something?)|
|And around the circle back to the crib corner|
Paint: Dutch Boy Dura Clean in Greyed Aqua
Wall light fixtures: Home Depot
Black-out curtains: Wal Mart
Short blade ceiling fan: Menards
Hipster Fox Print: Honeychild Forest
Shorty Bunk Beds: Wal Mart
Now my favorite part, when I show the same photos again!
Posting for the 12 days of Christmas...
12 in 2016 (a photo year in review)
Stuff That Makes My Life Better
Where did all these children come from?!?!
Homeschooling High School
I Dream of Houses
Dollah Dolla Billz
Wood Shed, Wood Box, Wood Stove: heating with wood in Michigan
Tiny everyday, every day, miracles
Kids and chores and motivation, oh my