Saturday, 17 January 2009
Through The Round Window....
Thank you so much for your lovely comments on O's bed and on your patience regarding project Home Sweet Home. I would dearly love to show you some pretty photographs of my 'New Home'. Like most who embark on the same refurbishment journey, I know it can be a long process, we have had a few snags along the way, and to be honest would rather it take a little longer than we originally thought but get it right. Though I am sure even then it shall not be Mmmmm how can I put it quite right :)
I have some new little photographs on my sidebar to hopefully make up for it somewhat.
Having read some delicious Blogs, one thing that is intrinsic in most of our lives it that our homes are ever changing, I seem to be never quite happy with this or that, always one more little D.I.Y. job to be done here or there. If you are anything like me I seem to be constantly moving things around, why do I do that. Even friends who come to visit remark on objects, furniture, photographs, etc were in different places when they came before.
Do you move things about like me.
So on to my lovely round windows, we have three upstairs in the attic conversion. We have one in each of the children's bedrooms and one in the dormer bathroom. I had thought of them without any dressings as they are quite nice to look at, though as they are children's rooms really do need something to darken the room a little for naps etc.
You all have such good taste and can come up with some wonderful and inspiring solutions to anything, so I thought I would take this opportunity and ask how can I dress a round window. Do any of you have round windows in your homes, I have looked at bespoke blinds but dont really have hundreds of pounds spare right now :) I really would love any of your ideas and suggestions, I love all things girly and pretty, and maybe thought of a little pelmet, though not sure Little Man would like that look in his room :) He is having somewhat of a boats theme, CK Boats wallpaper and bedding, Ohooo have you seen CKs new boats design, it is very nice.
Look forward to seeing what you think.
Regarding Darling Husband's redundancy, it is getting rather tense here. I think it is the not knowing, especially for Darling Husband as it looks like it is between him and a colleague who of course, is also a friend, and he is looking into the possibility of voluntary. We are finding talking helps, we are getting better at it each time we go through this :) and plenty of hugs, also reminding ourselves that we are together and we have food on the table, and for me, reading your lovely Blogs, with your wonderful craftiness, lovely comments and inspirational photographs cheer me right up.
Thank you so much.
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