(The dreamland I'm tackling. Goodness, it needs some help. But, I swear that frame is normally straight...)
Now that my tiny living room has become a make-shift studio, (easel + paper pads + brushes + pencils + cameras + tripods +...) it's thinkability factor has flown away, and often leaves me stressed about messes and mountains of homework, rather than refreshed and inspired. My bedroom has become my solace. A small space to which I can retreat to dream and write...and snuggle up with a 40 pound textbook. But, the room has remained untouched for the twoish years I've lived in my apartment. Sure, I've bought a few new throw pillows, moved the bed a two inches to the right but nothing very lively.
Until today. Today is the day in which I create for myself an inspired and grown-up room for dreaming and dozing. With a little help from Jessica's headboard tutorial, a few trusty power tools and a renewed spirit of feminine "can do"...I'm planning to flip this decoratively dull space into a dreamland fit for the queen I am.
Too spunky, too soon? I'm taking some advice I was recently given: fake it 'til you make it. Consider that last line some faked confidence. :)
Happy weekend, sweet readers. Hope it's filled with inspired moments!