I never have fewer than ten or so projects going at once, for I have the attention span of an espresso-addled gnat.
I'd like to claim it keeps me sane...but that would be a lie.
Not to mention that sanity was never the goal in the first place...or an option for that matter.
My mind never sleeps. I don't even try to fight it anymore.
In between being forced to do things that responsible adults are expected to do I have been attempting to get the house ready for Gracie's annual tea party!
I suppose it might be more effective to concentrate on one task at a time but I am utterly incapable of doing that.
Short of a lobotomy, it isn't going to happen.
I moved the family room back to its original layout. The problem is, I like it both ways so each time I change it I obsess over whether it was the right thing to do.
I still like it best with no curtains but until we pick the entire house up and move it to a lot with a view the drapes stay.
Handsome Husband is ready to glue the furniture in place.
He never knows where it will be when he gets home.
Men seem to like their sofas stationary.
Vignette in Family Room.
I found a zebra print cowhide on Craigslist! It was brand new and now the Library smells like the shoe department at Nordstrom! One of the happiest places on planet earth!
The gentleman I bought the rug from has many more. Let me know if you would like his phone number! He also sells on ebay!
Here I am creating vignettes when I should be washing dirty breakfast dishes!
The dishes are soaking in the sink so, technically, they aren't dirty.
They aren't even dusty.
Am I the only one who washes dishes before I put them in the dishwasher?
I liked this vignette so much I decided to make it into my blog header!
We removed all the remaining mirror from this gorgeous French screen. I am waiting on toile fabric from ebay to cover the panels. It will be stunning!
This is a Before photo...one of two chairs that I reupholstered in toile for Gracie's playroom! Stay tuned!
Craigslist! Can you believe it? Three hundred dollars.
Should I paint it?
Craigslist. Thirty dollars for the pair! You can see them in the Dining Room vignette, above.
This is also a Before photo. I am in the process of painting and recovering them to resemble a Swedish Rococo chair I saw on 1st Dibs!
The chair on the left cost $25, the chair on the right $2,500.
I have four.
Note the similar shape.
I am fairly certain that I will never own a $2,500 chair, let alone a set of four for $10,000!
I am happy with the alternative!
Seven foot tall bird cage. Craigslist.
I have a ga-jillion more things to share with you but my mind is already twenty steps ahead...
I am off to visit my blog friends before this rare moment of quiet focus recedes...