I'm fine with letting a room sit empty until I have saved for the items I truly want. I never feel like I need to throw something on the walls or buy furniture because it's on sale just to fill a space. I would rather save my money than buy something I will ultimately be unhappy with. But, I'm finding that I can't let a certain empty room in our home stay empty much longer. We are in need of a playroom and I've got the decorating bug, so it's time to get busy.
We have a bonus room that we have done nothing to. We've had lots of ideas. At one time we were going to make it a man cave with old sports photos and a wet bar. Then we talked about making it more of a media room with comfy furniture for our friends to hang out in while we watched our favorite shows. But a cute little brunette changed all of that, and now I can't envision the room as anything but a playroom for my girl. I want it to be her space, but not so kid friendly that adults don't want to hang out there. I'm thinking bright colors, fresh and airy, but clean and orderly.
While Crosbi napped I played around with an Olioboard and came up with something I think I could live with. It might take a little while (due to that pesky little budget issue), but I'm ready to get started. Plus I'm going to have two of my sisters visiting in a few weeks that are easily the most creative in my family. I'm totally going to
I'm hoping by the end of the year our playroom will look a little something like this...
Thoughts? Too much blue? I'm open to suggestions!