Tuesday, March 27, 2012

My home

Hey guys ! Sorry its been soooo long ! I've been working on a couple things and been busy with the hubby. I wanted to kinda put down on paper (or website) what I want my home to feel like.

I've always always always wanted my own place. As long as I can remember I had always wanted a place to call mine, and to decorate how I want. I remember moving my room around all the time trying to find the best way to have everything. I would change my mind constantly !! Something as simple as those cheap foam stencils on the wall would make me feel like it was my own space.

Now that I have my own place with a very sweet husband that (almost) let me do just about anything with it, I'm trying to figure out exactly what I want it to say when someone walks in the door. The first thing I want is cozy. When someone walks in the door, I want them to feel like this is a place they could walk in, take off their shoes, and curl up on the couch. I've never understood why anyone would have a room that no one would be allowed in !

The second thing I want is for everything to have a purpose. I mean like when you go somewhere and they have this fancy pants dining room that is only used at Christmas or Thanksgiving. I just don't see the point ! I also don't see the point in fancy china but that's a whole 'nother story. I want anything in my home to be for a purpose, and not just sit there for 362 days of the year.

Next, I want my house to be exciting. I live a crazy, fun, exciting life and I want my home to reflect that. The decorative pillows on my couch are the queen of hearts and king of diamonds :) They're probably one of my favorite things in the house :) I just love anything that can reflect the fun life my husband and I have chosen to lead.

That's all I can think of at the moment, but I'm sure there's lots I'm leaving out. No pictured in this post, but I promise, I'll hopefully be done working on my project soon so I can show it off :)

1 comment:

  1. i totally identify with the cozy! i want people to feel at home in my home.