Friday, October 9, 2009

More Nesting progress, take 2...

A very sick man on a now very-germy couch...But you get the idea, kitchen meets dining room meets family room of the new Irwin casa...
Le master suite...(haven't done wall treatments in this room and looking for tanny-gold or silvery-blue lampshades for those beside lamps, let me know if you see any steals!)
Diggin' our little reading corner in here (next project is painting the papasan with a fresh coat)
The mostly finished and very lived in kitchen...(I never knew how cluttered and well-used a kitchen bar could get, best dropping site in the house) And I am SO loving the fresh light and life the skylight brings into the kitchen. Natural light is good for this soul!
The will-be-piano-wall plus some random furniture I haven't decided where to place yet...(it's stool is even anxiously awaiting it's arrival)
The other wall in the piano room (still need to lift that chandelier up to ceiling level, it's a real doosy on the head, even for us short folks)
The family room, in need of some wall treatment love...(I think my personal favorite accent in here is the rabbit ears on the tv. You gotta do what you gotta do to watch football when you've got no cable!)
Yes, I have removed the pillow tags by now. :)
The big reveal, my fav-o wall ever! My mom inspired me with the first piece of fabric with the birds on it and I continued to find matching pieces from Joel Dewberry's aviary line to add in the rest. Throw it on some canvases, paint and distress a couple of old frames, add in a shelf for dimension and there you have it, a wall o' many colors and character...
And I'm SO having fun adding and taking away to my new plant shelf (that is obviously plant-less). W's really enjoying his time up and down the ladder as well, haha!There's more where that came from soon, after I nurse these 3 bodies back to health and wellness!! Or more like when our Healer sees fit to bring us back to well living!
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2 comments:

Kia Gregory said...

What a joy! Seriously, you all are truly blessed! Love the progress. WONDERMOUS!

Mama from Uganda said...

Do you know how blessed you are--indeed! May it all be used for God's glory.