This fabric for the window treatments was on clearance for $5.99/yd plus an extra 20% off that because I had a coupon! BaZinga! I made the lined draperies last week. They hang from bronze clip rings on either side of the window on short bronze rods. They are decorative and don’t function as usable drapes. I think they are the perfect finish to the room. With the scraps, I’ve recovered some fabric coasters that have glass on top. I’m sipping coffee right now that is perched on one of the matching coasters.
That orchid was a present from a friend and I have managed to keep it alive since January! Shhhh. Don’t tell the plant it’s pretty. She may fizzle out…
Doesn’t she need a name? Any suggestions? If you are reading this and have a thought about a name that is beautiful, peaceful, and spurs creativity then please share it. I’ll send you a thank you gift!
So, now you know what I’ve been doing with my time.
Maybe now in my cool and peaceful study, my writing creativity will be stirred and I will write and study and plan topics for speaking engagements.
Or, I’ll just be content to sip green tea and pray and catch up on reading the numerous blogs I follow.
I just may snuggle on the floor with the dog and rest my head on her bed while she snores in my ear.
I like this East-facing room that seems to be 10 degrees cooler than the rest of the house just because of the blue and white combination.
When I sit in that chair you see up there…the neutral zebra-striped cushioned one (TJMaxx) with the cute flowery pillow (Target)….this is the view from my window…
I thought about adding a pop of pink to the room, but in the spring, it’s present from the window and it is gorgeous as the azaleas and the dogwood standout against the backdrop of spring green!
Thanks for stopping by and taking the tour. I hope you’ll be back soon!
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