It is amazing how a little detail can add so much. I mentioned in my Home Goals post, albeit a kind of afterthought, that I needed a bedskirt for the Guest Room bed, and VOILA! The deed is done. CHECK.
I have list "issues" (though they are not as bad as my topiary issues.). I like to check things off and get them done. Perhaps it is because so much of my professional job cannot be reduced to a simple list, or maybe it is just because I am ADD (btw, the ADD was completely post-childbirth-onset) or too busy or something else entirely (yes, I am a Type A)... but most of you all know there is such satisfaction in accomplishing tasks.
So I had the little task of finding a bedskirt for the guestroom bed on my list last week.
I considered designing one myself, but in the end was simply too strapped for time not to mention that I do not know how to sew...
So I went on the hunt for a white or black tailored-but-natural looking-dust-ruffle.
Fortunately it was not too much to ask and the price was perfect....so here she is in beautiful black....
I love this room. It is one of the most peaceful spots in the house.
A few months back, I switched out a heavy white duvet for this old matelasse bedspread that I had stored in the linen cupboard for some time. I like it much better for this room.
Overall, the guest room is one of the spaces I have decorated with which I am the most happy. It has truly been done on a dime and it's one of my best yet (meaning, not by designer standards...just that I like it). This really does prove that money has nothing to do with spaces that make you feel good, doesn't it?
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