Saturday, January 23

looks like grown ups live here

We bought a new bed a couple of years ago, and since then I have been wishing for new linens. We had a double bed before and bought a queen. The double size quilt we were trying to use just wasn't cutting it. Then almost 2 years ago, I bought my alligator Walter Anderson print and since then it has been rolled up in the closet. So finally "things for our bedroom" topped my Christmas lists. I got new sheets, spread, comforter, shams, throw pillow, my print framed and new lamps. Kenny was out of town when I "redecorated" the room with all my gifts. He asked how I liked it. I told him I loved it that it looked like grown ups lived here now!

12 comments:

Natasha said...

Looks great and I know what you mean-- we didn't start getting grown up furniture until we moved to our current house.

Celeste said...

IT'S BEAUTIFUL...

Amy said...

Beautiful! I love it! Why is the master bedroom always the last to be decorated?

Jill said...

It definitely looks like grown ups live there! Lucky you! I fear our bedroom will never look like grown ups live there.

Kimberly said...

It turned out great. Now, if I can ever get out of the kitchen, I need to get to our master bedroom.

Anonymous said...

I love the throw pillow...the colors are great. Good Job...Everything came together really good. LU Mama

Amy said...

Ooh..I love the room. The picture. The matching lamps. The pillows. It looks fantastic!

Neighbor Jane Payne said...

Oh Kim Sue, this is soooo beautiful and soooo grown up. What a fun room.

Keetha said...

That's gorgeous! Looks like a relaxing retreat.

Melinda said...

The room looks so great! I love the wall color also. I love redecorating things. It is fun to pick new things out.

JD said...

Looks great! I love Walter Anderson. We have one of his pieces hanging above our bed, too! Actually, it hung in Dwayne's room when he was a baby, and then one day he told me he was too big for it! So, now it hangs in my room. I love your wall color. What is it?

JD said...

I guess it's the school teacher in me, but in my previous comment, "it hung" doesn't sound right to me. So, now I choose to say, "It used to hang". That's not much better, but any ole hoo.... you get the "picture" ha ha ha