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Window Framed

August 15, 2009

I’m supposed to be dusting/vacuuming/folding laundry right now, but I’m not.

I cleaned out my storage room this week: you know, the pit into which I threw everything I didn’t know or want to deal with for the past year or so (since the last time I cleaned that place out). And though my storage room looks wonderful for the moment, my family room is full of piles that are driving me crazy! So instead of doing chores, I’m playing around with finding homes for all the home decor items I’ve been storing. I’m thinking if they don’t have a home, they need to leave mine! Down with piles!

I spent a little time browsing the archives of one of my favorite decorating blogs for inspiration and decided to try this idea with what I had on hand: a big ole frame that came out of my sewing space when I re-worked it. It’s a little unconventional, and I’m almost 100% sure my hubby will complain about it when he wants to open the windows tonight, but for now…I like it! What do you think?


Going back to work!

5 Comments leave one →
  1. August 15, 2009 4:05 pm

    I LOVE IT! You can always put it on the floor at night. No biggie! I really need you to come and help me decorate my home. I love the way your home is decorated, and you are always coming up with more awesome ideas!

  2. August 15, 2009 4:57 pm

    Oooh I think it looks really good, and it’s such a neat idea. I also really love your long read curtains.

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  4. August 15, 2009 5:49 pm

    The window looks awesome! My hubby would have complained about being able to open the window too—-that’s why I had him hang it by chains. I’ve changed it since that photo. Now it’s backed with cream colored burlap. It’s been a great way to have a little privacy and still get some sunlight.
    You and your sister are VERY talented! I adore your sewing room! Your creations are wonderful. And tell Kayla, for me, that her photography is gorgeous.
    Thanks for inviting me over. I really enjoyed visiting your blog.


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