future house

Monday, July 13, 2009

So, another weekend piddled away with zero crafts to show for it. This weekend was spent doing a lot of cleaning at the future house. We were able to clear out the front bedroom totally, which is going to be my new craftroom, yay! This is what i get to work with:

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It comes with built in shelves in the alcove next to the window, but we already removed them so that boy could sponge the walls clean in preparation for me to paint. The stuff all over the floor are color options (when i first bought my condo, Boy so graciously pilfered a ton of paint chips and pamphlets for me:). I am leaning towards something totally outside my box Рlight, airy, fun colors Рmostly orange, with some pink, yellow, and maybe others thrown in. I would tell you more, but I just dont know how thats going to develop quite yet. Here is a (blurry) pic of the colors, though not the specific choices (i am still narrowing that down).

 

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