After I got sick and recovered, I started feeling really uncomfortable in my room. There was so much going on and I felt like I’d grown and my room hadn’t grown with me. Then there’s the whole thing about Pastor Mark teaching about your home being “En Gedi” for your husband/family. I’m not married, but I figured I might as well get a head start on learning about decorating and turning a house into a haven.
So here’s the before pic:
- I’ve had those 2 sports cars on my wall since I was like 13 and trying to fit in with the guys
- Make-up, lotions, body washes were all out on my bureau and it just looked messy
- Bare depressing walls and sound system wires hanging every which way
- Tinsel on my mirror which again I’ve had since I was 16
- Yeah, my closet doesn’t always look like that, this was after laundry day and I hadn’t ironed YET!
- Unmade bed
- Empty TV stand
- 2nd closet
Voila, here’s the after pic, after 2 days of ironing and organizing:
- Canvas paintings on the wall that I love! When I get married, in our room, I’d like huge canvas paintings like that of us, I think that’d be so cool!
- Replaced the cosmetics with a book nook
- Put a picture frame and some fake flowers up on the speaker stand, looks really cool up-close
- Neat tied curtains
- Replaced the empty TV stand with a mini-office for blogging and studying and stuff
- View from the door
- My big beautiful bed
- Green carpet, brown floors…love!
- Jewelry drawer in the dresser, used little card to keep the earrings organized
- Took the Tinsel off the mirror and cleaned it up, love the black, looks mature
- Organized closet
- Organized shoes
- Took apart the TV stand and set it up in the closet for the cosmetics
- View to the door and closet
- Bottom row: view at night with my 2nd duvet