My Cozy Bedroom

Everyone needs a bedroom that envelopes and calms.  A place of peace and rest.

I’m so, so happy with how my bedroom is turning out.  Before I get to the After shots, I have to show you all the Befores.  It’s just amazing now to go back and see these really awful Before shots.  Hard to believe this is the same space.

I had plans all along to stencil those Ikea Ritva drapes and could see it in my head and I’m happy to say, they turned out exactly like I envisioned.  What a difference hanging drapes can make. I’ve always been a fan of panels in a room, there’s just no comparison to how they cozy up a set of windows.

full room

I love how they frame the armoire and the whole room just comes alive.  One of the biggest things I’ve learned over the years is to hang drapes high and wide.  When I do my tutorial on how I stenciled these drapes, I’ll point it out even more.  Makes a HUGE difference in the windows!

Just take a look at the Before and After pics above and you’ll see what I mean!

And, a little on the thought process as I was figuring out what I wanted to do in here.  I wasn’t ready to ditch all  my old linens just yet, they were still pretty and I still like them.  But, I didn’t want this room to look or feel like the old bedroom in Birmingham, for obvious reasons.  Time to move on and even though this furniture has been with me for a long time, I knew that getting a new look was going to be important for me even though I was keeping some of the same linens, like the matelassé coverlet and the blue and white paisley pillows.  So, out went the gold in the old room and in came green, my favorite color.   Green was the perfect color to bring in the room for a nice mix that was ME.

sleigh bed and armoire

I love my room!  It’s so cozy and spacious all at the same time.  I can open those bamboo blinds which by the way, came from Payless Décor.  I’m a brand ambassador for them and can’t say enough about how much I love the shades I got from them. I’m about to put them on the rest of my windows too.  These shades with privacy liners are easy to operate and I can open them fully for the sun to pour in.

These shades are Tibet in the Premium line at Payless.


I still love my gingham checked accent wall in khaki. It’s such a pretty backdrop to my fabrics and colors and I’m so glad I took the time to do it. Here’s the tutorial on how I did that one with paint and tape.


I brought in an original oil painting that I had of a water scene from Venice (found the painting at a yardsale in Birmingham for $25 and already had the frame I just reused) and it’s so restful and pretty above the bed in the gold frame. I have a mix in this room and I’m using what I have. Not to say I won’t change it up one day, but for now, I am loving the feel.  Those blue paisley pillow shams, my mom made for me when I lived in Birmingham, and the green and white Ikat pillow is from Ballard Designs.  I’m not going to keep the green fern pillow here and have plans to add a stripe to the mix eventually (show you that in a minute).

armoire and wine bottle

My antique French armoire fits perfectly in the middle of these windows and the mirror expands the room.  That big huge green wine bottle came from Italy and I got it from a blog friend. I love watching the sun shine through it.

TV and botanicals

I have plans to paint this TV cabinet in a pretty shade of green, Annie Sloan Antibes.  Just haven’t gotten around to it yet, but it was scuffed up during moving and I think a fresh green will look great.  I added my 3 blue botanicals around the TV to add some interest to this wall.  The palm tree in the corner came from my friend, Judy.

room shot

Another long shot of the room.  Did I say how much I love it?  I really, really do.  There’s plenty of room in here, this room is 13 x 17 and plenty big enough for my furniture.  I’m so grateful to have a nice sized room.  Another big shout-out to Wayfair for providing this beautiful striped Dash and Albert rug (Fisher) (affiliate link).  The rug totally set the tone for my room makeover and all the colors I wanted to bring in. The green blanket at the bottom of the bed is from Ikea.

bed and sitting area

Plenty of room for my white slipcovered chair and ottoman too.

chair and ottoman

It tucks nicely in this little corner by the window and that’s what I had planned all along too.  So fun to finally have my vision come to life and now I’m actually living here.  That little side table was a $5 yardsale find and has been painted a few times.  Another Ikat pillow from Ballard Designs and a reader and Etsy shop owner, Judy, from 20 North Oro made that Haven pillow for me.  I adore it!  The lamp came from Habitat Restore for $2 and the lampshade from Ballard Designs back room. Original water color painting came from a yardsale.  I hang on to my yardsale finds, as you might have noticed!

stenciled drapes

I’m totally in love with these drapes and they make this spot and even cozier place to sit.

Love having plants by the window.

I bought 3 of these pretty plates here in Atlanta at Hill Street Warehouse many years ago and always loved the subtle shades of colors in them and now they work perfectly with my bedroom color scheme and I am thrilled that I had 3 to go above all the windows.  They are a nice accent.

drapes close

Here’s a good close up shot of the stenciled drapes.  I’ll tell you all about how I did them in a separate post, but it took me 6 days to do them.  I stenciled one a day until I got them finished.

more drapes

They are far from perfect, but I love them and I’ll tell you all about it later and they were so ridiculously cost effective.

cozy bedroom

Caught in the mirror.

Another BEFORE!  I have to show you these because the AFTERS are pretty amazing, compared side by side.

vanity area

Looking towards the vanity area.  I’m so glad I ripped out that old tile and put all new flooring in here.  One of the smartest things I did.  Had to argue with my Daddy over that one, but glad I won! Taking out that old sink was the best decision and my antique vanity fits like a glove in this space.  My chest of drawers fits nicely on that right wall coming in the door.

top of chest

I added a few things to the top for now.  Love my sign I bought at the Country Living Fair and plan to mount it on something eventually.

This verse means a lot to me, as you can imagine.  One of my faves.  He’s surely been faithful to me.

closet and vanity

Ta-da!  I finally got my old school louvered doors painted and hung back up.  That was a pain in the butt to do, but they look really cute and I’m glad I salvaged them.   This entire area got the beadboard wallpaper and 1×4 board treatment and it totally makes such a difference in the feel of this little 4 x 8 space.

striped fabric

I bought this pretty striped fabric to cover my vanity seat and to add a couple square pillows to the bed.

Tray of colognes on my vanity.

closet 1

Inside my closet is quite roomy and I’m happy with a least a small walk-in.  It holds all my stuff just fine.

closet 2

With a long shelf above for all my purses, and 2 sets of hanging rods on either side, it’s plenty big for me.

small bath

Directly across from the closet is my small master bath.  Cozy and cute.

Here’s the Before on the Master Bath

Yes, this really IS the same bathroom, believe it or not!

bathroom vanity

What a difference!  It’s not big, but it’s all I need and I love waking up to it every morning.

down the hall, Cody

And that’s the grand tour of the master bedroom.  Looking down the hall towards the living room, you can see that little Cody dog.  He loves me and follows me around too and he’s adorable. It’s fun to have him around and I’m happy to have Rhonda and Cody here to keep me company.

It’s been quite the journey to get in this place and I’m just so content and happy.  Thanks to all of you for following along and watching the process.  I am so excited to share it with all of you now!

I’ll be back soon to show you all the how-to’s on those stenciled drapes!

The winner of the $75 giftcard from Lowes has been posted here!

Linking to Sarah’s Before and After party.

- Rhoda


  1. Well Rhoda you did it girl.Everything looks so sweet and homey. I am so pleased for you i think all your hard work has payed off. your bedroom looks like a peaceful retreat to curl up in every night.I am amazed at how all your furniture has fit like a glove. God has been so good to you and i am very happy for you you deserve it . now all you have to do is rest and enjoy it. Thank you for sharing it with us.

  2. I just love your room Rhoda! It came together beautifully… you can really see all the love and hard work you put into it. I love, love all your original art (especially the piece over the bed)! One of my goals for 2013 is to add more original art to our home… what a great idea to shop yard sales for original works. Thanks for sharing!

  3. I love it, too! I have the same white classic coverlet and love that color green, also. So fresh! Great place to start and end your day!

  4. Lovely, restful and beautiful space. What a transformation!

  5. Rhoda, it’s beautiful and so inspiring. Thanks for sharing and for showing us how to start over and move along with dignity. Best wishes for you in 2013!

  6. I LOVE your blog. I am addicted to “improving” my home. Which drives my husband crazy. He thought the house was great when we bought it, poor delusional man!

    Of all the blogs I read, yours by far is the best written and most informative.

    I am SO happy that you have found a new place to call home and make your own!

    Keep up the great work!

  7. I love following your blog. You are such a strong woman and I love what you’ve done to your house.
    Best wishes for a prosperous, fun and healthy 2013.

  8. Beth Morrow says:

    Love it! What a transformation! So thrilled for you. I know that after all the work that actually getting to see your vision come to life is such a sense of gratification! Can’t wait to see the stenciling tutorial!

  9. So pretty! I am so happy for you to be in such a good place right now. I have watched your transformations and you helped to inspire my recent staircase redo. Stop by and tell me what ya think! Have a great day!

  10. Oh, my!!! Your master suite is beautiful!!!! What a difference! I look forward to meeting you at Haven in August (my first conference!!) Christy

  11. You have certainly worked hard! It’s gorgeous!

  12. Sandra White says:

    What a beautiful space! What you have done with this is just amazing. It is so warm and cozy looking. I have so enjoyed following your journey to this stage with that house. You are a true inspiration to all of us!!!

  13. Your master is really nice. I love your mixture of patterns. Great job!

  14. Jerri - TN says:

    Wow…. magazine worthy!!!! The colors are so tranquil and I must say I love that television cabinet painted that blue because it ties all the colors of your carpet in. Happy New Year!

  15. Oh, Rhoda – your master is just lovely! I love it more than the one in Birmingham. 🙂 You are so gifted in pulling items together for a finished, but not matchy-matchy, look. When I think about your story, the phrase “from ashes to beauty” always comes to mind. 🙂 I love how you always give the glory to God in your blog. Your new home is gorgeous, and I am so happy for you.

  16. Wow! I think it’s wonderful… I can’t wait to go back and study each individual picture. You hit that perfect blend of warm and calm, comforting but interesting. I love it! (And if I dig through your blog, is there a tutorial on that darling plaid wall?)

  17. LOVE!! What an incredible transformation, Rhoda! I stenciled drapes for my dining room last summer and you’re so right — it’s a LOT of bang for the buck kinda project. 🙂 So glad you’re enjoying your gorgeous space!
    Hope to see you soon — xo Heidi

  18. Rhoda, your bedroom looks fabulous! Those stenciled drapes turned out great and add so much interest to your room. Love how you displayed the plates above the windows, too. And that antique armoire is to die for!

  19. What a soothing and lovely bedroom….wonderful.
    It must feel like such a good accomplishment.

    Congratulations on a job so well done!

  20. Love what you have done to your bedroom. Waiting anxiously for the tutorial on stenciling the drapes. My daughter needs drapes in her living room.

  21. You really did à Great job with this bedroom! Its so relaxing and looking comfortable, thanks for sharing! Hoe did you managed to stencil your curtains? I want to do this in my bedroom! Since whe moved à couple of months ago, there is still à lot of changing to do. Again, thanks for your inspiration!

  22. How beautiful – calm, serene, cozy and welcoming….. ! Your home is really lovely, and you should be very, very proud of yourself ! It’s all yours !

  23. Rhoda, that just could not have turned out prettier! I love your gingham wall with the painted curtains…and the striped rug. Wow, it looks fabulous! You are so inspiring. You always manage to see things in a new light.

  24. I would like to know more about your lined shades in your Master Bedroom. You gave details about almost every other item but those. …. Where did you find them? Are they custom sized or cut-to-fit?

    • Hi, Mz. Sue, I did share the source, please read above! Payless Decor, I’m working with them as a brand ambassador and love their products. These are custom lined shades & you can order online and have them shipped directly to you. And they have great prices too.

  25. I love, love, love your whole house! I could move into the bedroom and stay forever. It is cozy and comfortable with so much personality. I was looking at mine and thinking that it could really use some work – maybe I can use your inspiration to make it look that comfy!

    Thanks for sharing your journey – it’s fun to watch

  26. I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: Your home belongs in a Southern Living Magazine! What a beautiful bedroom–cozy, indeed.

  27. Rhoda, it’s just BEAUTIFUL!!! You house is definitely a HOME! I love it 🙂

  28. Your bedroom came our so charming and beautiful. I love that armoire, it is a shame it go scuffed in the move. I can’t wait to see it painted.


  29. Pretty room, it looks so peaceful and inviting. Proud for you!

  30. I love a dramatic before and after! What a charming, cozy space. You will have many sweet dreams there for sure!

  31. It’s so pretty Rhoda, and so ‘you’! I have those drapes in my bedroom at the cabin. Such a great deal! The bedspread has a fern motif, so if you’re not keeping that pillow, send it my way 😉

  32. Your bedroom has the perfect balance of being restful, cheery, cozy, and warm. After all you’ve been through you deserve a beautiful space that lets you rest and regenerate. It is lovely.

  33. Rhoda, It is just fabulous! I love your bedroom retreat and the fact you made it entirely you. I am discovering that is so important as we are starting to do little projects here. You must love turning in and relaxing in the evenings. =)

    Have a wonderful week!

  34. Wow! I have been following your renovation, but seeing the befores and afters side by side is amazing. It must be exciting to see your vision come to life. The inspirational saying sitting atop your dresser certainly sums up the journey that you have traveled these past few years. Instead of hanging it up, maybe you could display it on an easel and it would serve as a daily inspiration as you fetch things out of that set of drawers. : )

  35. Your bedroom is magazine beautiful. I bet it’s hard to leave it in the mornings. You deserve it and I’m so happy for you.

  36. It looks beautiful Rhoda!!! The drapery panels turned out perfectly!

  37. Your bedroom is gorgeous! So happy for you in your new home. Jeremiah 29:11 is definitely one of my favorite verses, especially these days. He is definitely faithful and being able to see your beautiful home is a wonderful reminder of this!

  38. Congratulations Rhoda! Well done. Thanks for the continued inspiration. God Bless!

  39. It all turned out beautifully! Just gorgeous. The curtains – perfect!

  40. Wow, this before and afters shots are unbelievable! Especially the bathroom, that was some wallpaper 🙂
    Can’t wait to see the drape tutorial, I’ve so been wanting to try this.

  41. absolutely gorgeous!! What an incredible before and after. I LOVE seeing your before and afters, as I’ve followed along for all these months and while I knew it would be lovely, these afters are blowing me away! My favorite spot in your room is your windows flanking the armoire. I have two slim windows, very similar to these, in my master, and have long panels and an antique chest between them. It’s one of my favorite walls in my room, too =)

  42. Beautiful, Rhoda! You should be so proud of the amazing transformation of your home.
    xx, Sherry

  43. Cindy Hancock says:

    Dear Rhoda,
    I just love ALL of it! You have worked so hard and you are so deserving of the very best! God bless you in your endeavors this year!

  44. I love, love, LOVE how this room turned out Rhoda!! It is absolutely GORGEOUS!! Those stenciled drapes are fabulous too!! Can’t wait to see the tutorial!

  45. I love how your bedroom turned out! I love seeing your style emerge and it really shows in this room.

    The Haven pillow is adorable! I will be seeing you at Haven, which will be a delight.

    Blessings for your day!

  46. What a fabulous tour, Rhoda! I was beaming ear to ear scrolling through your gorgeous photos. I’m just amazed at how this room appears to be so perfect for the stuff you had and what you currently need. You’ve worked so hard and it’s a complete delight watching you enjoy it like you are! So happy for you!

  47. Wowza! Amazing.

    I am so with you on the ‘high and wide’ curtain hanging — even when my windows are high and wide. 🙂 And I love the addition of the plates above — really fills the ‘negative space’ so when the curtains are drawn you don’t notice the curtain/rod differential. Love that trick!

    So much to love, but of course I always count your yard sale finds among my faves. And the vanity was made for that spot. So funny that the previous owners had another sink vanity there, right??

    Great room, as always! And the photos are so good.

  48. Your bedroom looks just beautiful, Rhoda! I love the stenciled drapes and the beautiful colors you have chosen throughout the space. It’s pretty obvious you are very happy in your new home! Great way to start a new year!


  49. Bravo! What an amazing transformation! You have such talent. I wish I could pack you up and bring you to my home to work your magic!

  50. Dorinda Hathaway says:

    It’s PERFECT, and I m so happy for you. Dorinda from Roswell

  51. Your bedroom is a haven! It is so gorgeous. I would love something as relaxing and peaceful as that. I need to get to work on our bedroom… it tends to be the last place I focus on when decorating. Sigh. And I’m drooling over those curtains – they are so pretty.

  52. CRAZY!!!! It looks perfect and so you 🙂 Happy 2013 Rhoda and yes Jer 29:11 – fav too

  53. What a lovely bedroom you have!!! very very beautiful..

  54. Oh Rhoda, I sure hope 2013 is your bEST year!!! I LOVE your master bedroom. Those drapes are beautiful!!!!!!!!! I will be anxious to hear how you did them. I also have been looking for roll up blinds so am going over there to see what they have. Thanks for the link!!! XO, Pinky

  55. Nan Martin says:

    I love all of you redecorating ideas! The bedroom is wonderful! Would love the Lowes gift card to help spruce up our laundry room!

  56. You must be very proud of yourself as you should be. This transformation is absolutely stunning! So happy for you

  57. with all these lovely comments, you certainly don’t need mine, but I couldnt’ resist! Everything is exquisite and i especially love how you incorporated you lovely old things and don’t feel the need to paint every stick of furniture.
    You’ve inspired me to get moving on my MB after having just made a few changes in my Mbath.
    It’s alot to think about and I know it’s not easy, you just make it look that way.
    The drapes are beautiful and I especially like how you left the upper part plain. I also like it when the blinds are brought all the way to the rod, but the plates are cute, too.
    I can’t say good thingsenough about this space. CTD

  58. LOVE your space, Rhoda! So very proud FOR YOU and this beautiful transformation:)))) Congrats… all of your hard work is paying off!! Have loved following your blog for several years now! I was trying to pick a favorite in your space but I can’t … love it all!!! Keep up the great work!!

  59. The bedroom looks so much bigger after you decorated, the same thing has happened with my mums sunroom I have just finished, it looks double the size.

    I absolutely love the curtains you have done a wonderful job of stenciling them, it looks like a designer Ikat fabric. I have a chinese stool just like yours, I bought it just before Christmas for my living room.

    I love the over all look of your bedroom, warm and inviting, you have done a fabulous job. Can’t wait for your stencil tutorial.


  60. Fabulous!!! Congratulations!!!

  61. Rhoda, I do love the before and after pictures of all your house. You have the decorating ability to bring everything together and make it look beautiful. Like that everything does not have to match, also like how you give detail instructions on projects, so many things are , “Why didn’t I think of that” moments when seeing another amazing project you have completed. Thanks so much for sharing with us. I have learn so many helpful decorating and diy tips from you. How are your precious parents? Keep the decorating pictures coming for all your fans! From a middle GA fan

  62. Paula Lusk says:

    Oh Rhoda, everything looks so pretty and cozy. You have made a beautiful home for yourself. Blessings

  63. Oh man, I would so not paint that TV cabinet. I love how the soft blue plays with the rug and the greens in the room. It is the unexpected mix that keeps the room so fresh… very pretty

    • I agree with antiquechase and Jerri – TN…
      Please don’t paint the TV Cabinet…touch it up, but don’t change the color! The blue compliments the green, ties into your rug and doesn’t overpower the other furnishings in your room…letting your bed and antique armoire be the focal points.

  64. You’ve created such an inviting and beautiful retreat, Rhoda! I love the pops of green … the amazing floors … and, your stenciled panels are fabulous! Well done!

  65. Rhoda, this is just beautiful and perfect for you right now. God does love us and provides, doesn’t he? It has been amazing to watch the transformation of this house from ugly duckling to swam. You needed this house and this house needed you. I can’t wait to see more and how you give it little touches in the future. May you be blessed anew in 2013.

  66. Lovely Rhoda!

    Susan and Bentley

  67. Becky in SC says:

    Yep, I’d say your bedroom is all “Rhodafied” now! I don’t know how to explain it…I just KNOW it when I see it!
    Rhoda, I have copied you in countless number of ways….and I’m not ashamed to say it!
    You truly amaze me with your supreme ability of turning a piece of coal into a brilliant, dazzling diamond!
    ♥ Becky in SC ♥

  68. Oh Oh Oh Oh !! This room is sooooooooooooo YOU! It all came together, didn’t it?? It is peaceful, quaint and restful. I love it!
    Sweet Pea… How are you doing?? What an accomplishment with your house transformation! Amazing! Be proud!
    ~Nancy from OHIO

  69. Your room looks beautiful Rhoda, you have so many pretty pieces!!

  70. Wow Rhoda! What a great space. The colors are perfect. I especially love the flooring and how you put it in the tiled area. Your vanity is perfect there! And my, that bathroom! I always love a transition when the wallpaper is removed. Many blessings to you!

  71. Beautiful job, every detail is perfect, but the wall with your stenciled panels makes such a statement!!!

  72. Nancy in Murphy says:

    Rhonda, I have so enjoyed your blog and following your journey. So Proud Of You! The house looks simply wonderful.

  73. What a beautiful, well-appointed space that truly reflects your personality and impeccable style! It just heartens me to see how you’ve turned things around a full 360 with style and grace (and a helping hand from your adorable dad and mom). I’m thrilled with — and envious of — your amazing space!

    🙂 Linda

  74. Rhoda,
    It’s absolutely AMAZING what you’ve done to that house! And I LOVE those stenciled drapes! Can’t wait for your tutorial. You have a knack for always incorporating something bright and colorful that is a unexpected surprise to the eye. Following your blog has helped me venture out and away from a “matchy matchy” kind of room. Thanks, girlie!

  75. Rhoda, I truly love your new bedroom. The art, curtains and arrangement of the furniture adds a lovely softness. You have done a beautiful job in there. Thanks for sharing. God Bless.

  76. Delores LeBoeuf says:

    Beautiful…… looks very serene and calming…what a thrill to see your creative thoughts come to fruition and such a wonderful sense of accomplishment and to have such a positive feeling about it all. Thank you for sharing, I truly enjoy your fotos and gives me inspiration. Love & Blessings…

  77. Marie in Va says:

    What a charming and cozy space. You did an amazing job!

  78. The room is a wonderful blend of fresh modern and traditional, Rhoda. It looks wonderful! I simply cannot get over the changes. 🙂 Sue

  79. As always you did an amazing job. You really should think about being a Home Decorator. Your talents need to be shared around. You are greatly gifted in the decorating field. I look forward to your post each day. Thank you so much for bringing all of us into your world. It is always such a pleasure.

  80. I’m overwhelmed! I thought it would be a beautiful room, but it is beyond that. It’s a room that says HOME. Lovely, comfortable, safe, personal, and mostly…..all yours! I’m sure it will bring you much happiness and restore your soul for many years.

  81. Wow! Your whole house has turned out so nicely, but this room is just amazing!! So beautiful!

  82. Love your room, it is simple but elegant. The drapery is very is very interesting. Can’t wait to learn how you stenciled them. I have been looking for new drapery with no luck. this would solve my problem. Hurry, I am so excited about this.

  83. I have so enjoyed watching you and your amazing parents on this journey of making you a home. It is so true home is where the heart is. I could not wait for the new post each week. I would get so excited to see what you were up to next. You have such a vision for decorating and making a home so beautiful. It is wonderful to see the before and after pictures. I always felt like I was right there and often wished I lived closer to Atlanta than Beaumont, Texas. I so wanted to get my hands in on the work. It is beautiful and couldn’t be happier for you. Sometimes I was green-eyed with envy (haha)! Congratulations! The best part was to watch your precious parents working along side of you. You and your parents have been a big inspiration to me. Enjoy your new home!

  84. That is stunning! Love the bathroom makeover especially. Wow what a difference!

  85. Wow! You’ve worked magic joining all those fabrics, textures, and colors to make a restful space. Love the plates above the windows…lovely personal touches.

    You make me want to stencil drapes!!!!!!! :-))

  86. Your bedroom is beautiful Rhoda. What a wonderful place to end the day in.

  87. Your bedroom looks wonderful! Quite a difference in the bathroom! I know you’re enjoying the transformations!

  88. Tracy Sliman says:

    You are so incredibly talented. I came across your blog a few months back and it has become a favorite of mine. Love the relationship you have with your parents! You are an inspiration… thank you 😉

  89. Your home is just beautiful, Rhoda – so happy for you!

  90. Nice job, love it! Are wood floors new they are beautiful?

  91. Rhoda!
    That bedroom is an unreal transformation. What a talent you have to see the beauty that lies ahead. I’m in love with the vanity area, great choice to pull out the old one. You did a fantastic job!!

  92. Thank you all for stopping by to see my bedroom! I appreciate all the nice comments. I truly LOVE LOVE my new bedroom.

  93. What a remarkable change in the spaces from the before photos. Just the basics like paint and flooring are so dramatically different, and with all your collected pieces and lovely patterns it makes for a very stylish and cozy space. You should be very proud of yourself and your home.

  94. Cathy Bowers says:

    Everything is so pretty! Can I ask where you purchased your sleigh bed? It is beautiful. I’ve been looking for one but haven’t seen one that pretty.

  95. I can’t help how your cute papa feels about your shabby bathroom cabinet! I love it! In fact, I think your new house is even cuter than the last one!

  96. I love your entire house. But I thought the master was especially pretty. Your attention to detail does not go un-noticed. It is such a lovely home it has such an elegant yet comfortable look to it. To me that is perfection.


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