I've got a million little organizing projects that could bore you to tears:
- the makeup under my counter
- the coozies on top of my fridge
- the albums falling out of a cabinet
- the basket of mail that won't go away
These projects are real, but they simply flit about the real issue: I want to make some serious changes in our home. It took me 34 years, but I finally have an opinion about furniture, fabrics and lamps. I have a solid idea, a picture in my head, of how I want our home to look . . . and we've got a long way to go.
Eventually, I made some progress. We bought two bookcases at a Virginia furniture store six years ago, and I still adore them. I've painted some of the hand-me-down furniture and made it my own. I've rearranged our furniture more times than you can count. But finally, it has come to this:
|Tonight, we part. Fingers crossed.|
We may be sitting on the floor for a while. I'll keep you posted.
Have you struggled with the design vision for your home? How do you get there once you see it?
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