a bit before christmas we wanted to paint the room (mostly to cover some mould stains up – yuk) i wish i could say we were able to take down the horrible textured wallpaper and use something nice, or even use a nice coloured paint ..but no, we were stuck with magnolia. no super pristine, white minimal room for you here, ha! oh well, it still looks better than it did. i mean, i still want a nicer carpet but you can’t have everything at once eh?
anyway, when it came to putting all the furniture back we decided to move the room about a bit. i resisted at first because i had a cold and was feeling feverish, but i persevered, and glad i did as it looks much better now. the bed is by the window, and my drawers, printer and art supplies are along the longest wall. it makes much more sense.
ps. lovely poster from liz mosley.
though not its intended use, the mint storage crate* is acting as an overflow laundry basket at the moment. it’s harder to get washing done in the winter as everything takes forever to dry and it all piles up quickly!
i’m loving the bed by the window. it’s essentially my office/workspace, so there’s much more light for me to work by. it’s a bay window so it slots in well and lets in looooads of light. it’s actually the only room in the flat that lets a decent amount in.
all my bits and bobs! most of my pens, crayons and felt tips sit atop these drawers for easy reach, as well as my mini bunny collection and often some other random bits. these drawers used to be my dads, and his mum/my nan before that. i have very few items from my youth, so it’s so nice to have something like this. it’s filled with all the rest of my art/collage and shop supplies. so lots of paper, paints, various stationery as well as notebooks from my shop, and packaging bits.