We’re so close to done. I think. Honestly, I’ve been tweaking my butt off (not to be confused with twerking) and I may have made my to-do list a little longer.
Either way, the One Room Challenge will be done and dusted next week.
Speaking of, if you found me via the One Room Challenge link-up, welcome! I’m Brianna, and I write all about making your home beautiful with simple projects, smart shopping, and good design. Currently, I’m working on upgrading and personalizing the builder-basic home I share with my husband, two kids, and two dogs.
Random Close-Ups That Will Tell You Little
This will be a slightly disappointing but hopefully intriguing update. I’m sharing a bunch of close-up, not particularly telling, photos of what we’ve been up to:
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Still Waiting On…
The curtains and hanging hardware. Still!
But… I found a tiny settee! I can now rest easy in the belief that I’m good mom 😉
The To-Do List
Here’s the weekly update:
Buy rug Decoupage storage unit Paint storage unit(The girls prefer it natural.)
- Make new storage cubes (boxes) Ugh, stumped. Procrastinating…
- Paint glow in the dark stars
Ombre paint walls(decided against the ombre) Paint closet Buy wood for closet nook bench Build and upholster floating bench Make battery operated pendant light Make giant paper flowers for walls Buy duvet covers Dye and (possibly) embellish duvet covers (questioning…)Probably will leave as is
- Draw, cut, and assemble shadow box artwork (optional)
Source andhang window hardware and curtains Source andhang cheap canopy bed curtains Make (?) laundry basketPass. Using an existing basket. Find an affordable (tiny) settee for under the window (optional)
- Solve for nightstands
Figure out what the heck to do with the wall next to the closet nook
Well, that was kind of a non-update but I’ve been working hard behind the scenes. I hope the big reveal next week lives up to your expectations! Thanks to everyone in this amazing community who’s supported me along the way.
For now, please take a look at all the other exciting entries for the One Room Challenge.
Until next week…