Good morning sunshine.
Top of the morning to you.
I’m in the beautiful football loving state of Alabama today working on a historic show house and DIYing it all day today. We are building a kitchen island and making a headboard out of a door and picture frames out of molding and I’m picking out furniture and incorporating it with a selection of antiques from the original owners and measuring and dreaming and planning and decorating.
And drinking coffee.
Lots and lots of coffee.
If you want to follow along with my adventures today, you can find me on Instagram and Periscope (it’s an app for your phone and my name is @ThistlewoodFarm).
But before I left, we began the big room change-up of 2015.
It is exhilarating and exciting and thrilling and a little sad all at the same time.
The twins are getting their own rooms.
And the flowers met several coats of a gray.
And now it looks like this.
The end of a pink flowered era and the beginning of a new one.
And I may or may not have cried a little when we said goodbye to the first flower.
One of their brothers is moving downstairs to the gray room and they are moving upstairs.
The guest room is getting a complete make-over.
And somewhere along the way, the flower room residents found Pinterest and decided they had a big opinion on room decorating.
Be still my heart.
Here’s a design board for the room requests.
We are going with turquoise and coral and gray and white with neutral furniture and walls to let all that color pop.
But that’s for tomorrow and tomorrow’s tomorrow.
Today is all about a beautiful southern day in Alabama and kitchen islands and head boards and picture frames and room design.
And coffee. 🙂
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