Then, I remembered I had a large collection of antique grain sacks and used a couple of those to cover two more pillows.
Glow likes the rug, but Soul doesn’t, so that doesn’t help the decision much.
I like the rug, but I think it makes things look a bit cluttered. I don’t redecorate often, and my style doesn’t really change, so everything in our home stays pretty consistent.
I posted this dilemma (#firstworldproblems) in my Insta story, but thought I would share it here too.
We cleaned up Soul and Glow’s room (see before here) and now we are debating on whether or not to leave the rug, use sheepskin, or let the floors steal the show.
I need to get rid of curriculum we no longer use in our school cabinet, so maybe once I do that, all our books will fit in there and I won’t need a bookshelf.
I’m excited to change this room up a little, and the new mud cloth cover and pillows were the perfect start.I’ve mentioned recently that I have been itching to redecorate a little, and the first thing on my agenda was to change out the pillows.I was going to order some from H&M (see this post), but after finding a stash of white, cotton canvas in my workroom, I got sewing and made the pillow covers myself.I really didn’t like the polk-a-dot (it used to be on one of the girls’ beds), I realized a few years ago that I’m not a polk-a-dot type of person, but it was there until I figured out what I wanted. Looking at the room, I think it’s time to switch out what’s hanging on the walls, and maybe even the rug (possibly with this one, since it’s no longer in the girls’ room).We’ve got a lot of books since I homeschool 4 girls, and have 4 readers, so I’m thinking we might need a bookshelf somewhere.This guest room might be one of my favorite rooms in the house because of how simple it is.