Paint can make such a difference, right? In kid’s rooms it can add a lot of pizzazz (I like to say that word, but typing it, it looks like pizza, anyways) or shall we say interest.
I’m a sharing a four creative ways to use paint kid’s rooms.
Yes, of course you can use it on the walls. But that doesn’t mean it has to be conventional. That is the thing I love most about decorating kid’s rooms, being conventional is not a good idea, being creative is. So if you are using paint on the walls why not only paint part of the wall? Or perhaps a corner in a geometric design? I love this fresh concept pictured above.
While the next paint idea is a bit of a throw back, it’s not a bad one when . . .
I’m a huge advocate of personal growth. In fact, I’m a junkie when it comes to books, articles, podcasts, conferences and anything that helps me to stretch and grow.
While I call studying personal growth, I’ve also learned that growing usually comes in the doing. The going. The trying. The risking. At least that is where you can visibly measure your growth.
Yet, there is another place of growth that I’m learning about right now.
Spring must be in the air….because I’m front door dreaming. Before I get the urge to clean up and make our back patio cozy, I always feel compelled to paint the front door.
It started about eight years ago when
Here’s what I’m la la loving this week . . .
I’ve had a really hard time focusing lately. I don’t know if it’s because I’m in some sort of in between? That is where I feel like I’m living- between “this” and possibly “that.” Waiting for a green light to start a project I started a while ago. Waiting for clarity and change in a few life areas. I find that in this waiting space I have a tendency to procrastinate on other things. And the things that I’m familiar with, like blogging, feel foreign at the moment. This feeling is kind of familiar, actually. It’s . . .