My husband called yesterday and asked what I was doing. "I'm moving." I pronounced. "Where? Michigan? He asked without even missing a beat. He knows my favorite place. "No...my room." I sighed. "Left to right or right to left?" he asks. He knows me too well. "What's for lunch?" I ask knowing that he always gets the good stuff at the office as I get back to hunting dust bunnies. I love the normalcy of our life.
Big changes this time. I took out the little green Irmi dresser because the bottom drawer finally broke beyond repair. Then I moved the wood dresser out into the family room to replace it with a bigger dresser. Is everyone still with me?
I moved my pink spun head shelves over to the wall with the nursery shelf. The next morning I came down to find them on the floor! It appeared to be a stairway to no where for the cat. Nothing hurt thank heaven. (see the empty shelf...there is still room for more spun heads!)
A working L. Desk to sewing machine works great. If I can just get on a project and stop moving things...
My tray wall got a little more tin with the house added above. Below the trays I pulled in a vintage dresser from the family room that was all dressed in red. Thinking it would need to be painted, I am enjoying the bright happy color and weight it has brought to the room.
Sewing corner complete with hamper. New Ott light for failing eyesight. Switched out my vintage cards on the rack for patterns. Darling duck shelf holds sweet sewing notions now.
Lefton nurses in the perfect shade of blue. I love when perfection just happens.
Never fear...irmi handles will re-appear. This time in primary colors.
All of the Irmi handles were popped off the failed green dresser. I enjoy them all year round in my gum ball jar.
Perhaps the best part of all...a window view. Almost! Well I can see it from the door way. I will be able to watch the leaves fall. Smell the north wind. Watch the snowflakes fall. It is going to be great. Thanks for entertaining my need to control the clutter. Have a wonderful Labor Day weekend.