Thursday, October 7, 2010

You Don't Disappoint

Thanks to all of you who posted comments on what to do about the decorating dilemmas for my dining room. (Click here for yesterday's post.)

I am going shopping with a friend today and hope to come home with something for my windows, and potentially something for my walls. Those who know me well, know that I have to love what I put up. Blank walls are a way of life around here. Now that I have some ideas, maybe I can be a bit more....focused.

Perhaps I will find a few treasures at our local ReStore.
My friend hasn't been there before, and I can't wait to take her!

But first I am doing carpool this morning.
Gotta scoot.
Which is different from the scoots.
You know what I mean.
Why did I even go THERE???
But seriously, if you could hire someone to help you decorate a room in your house, which room would they help you with? And because this is hypothetical, tell me what things you would specifically change. Hypotheticals don't have budgets. :)


  1. i would gut my main floor. have a HUGE family room, plasma tv on the wall, WOOD burning fireplace, floor to ceiling windows, gorgeous real wood hard wood floors, a funky big area rug. then add on my dream master suite with a massive walk in closet and huge master bath. the master bath would have a jacuzzi tub, of course, walk-in shower, double sinks with a big mirror and then a separate vanity with a cute small chair and mirror for myself to get ready in the morning. and a deck outside of the master suite, of course, ooh and a hot tub. this was on a no budget, right? 1 can dream! :) can you tell I dream of this often. ha!

  2. oh! I would hire Jeff Lewis, from Flipping Out. He is AH-MAZING!
    This WAS hypothetical? :)

  3. In this house I would do my basement. . . . I'd make it a great hang out / kid friendly space with a big chalkboard on a wall, Meg's coffee table for art projects, flat screen on the wall, NEW flooring or any kind.
    Hope you found some fun stuff today. I didn't comment yesterday but I think you should leave your chairs and paint your table . . . have fun sanding that thing. :)) What a fun space to work with.


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