So I’m finally taking the professional engineering exam next week, which I’ve spent probably close to 100 hours in the past several months studying for. I would be nervous if I wasn’t so sick of studying. I’m kind of at that point where I’m just ready to get the thing over with. I’m also ready to jump back into fun projects. You would all be so very disappointed in my lack of halloween decorations this year. It is a travesty.
One project I have been pondering is creating a wall of mirrors somewhere in our bedroom because we have tons of wall space and no art. This would really only be feasible if I were able to find a bunch of really cheap mirrors at Goodwill and Restore. Here are some of the cheapest mirrors I could find (while still being attractive), and even these options would be too expensive since I would need so many of them. What are our thoughts on a wall of mirrors? Would it be fantastic or would so many mirrors in one place make me feel like I was seeing ghosts? It’s a tough call.
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Hi guys. Hope everyone had a wonderful weekend and at least got through your Mondays unscathed. I think that’s about all we can really ask from a Monday. I had a pretty delightful weekend filled with fally things like a really great chili recipe that I made Friday night, a trip to Huntersville’s fall festival (not as many pumpkins or Halloween things there as I would have hoped but the quesadillas were delicious), a bike ride through the trail in Davidson and in to downtown for a vanilla coke at the soda shop, a trip to the pumpkin patch to buy my front step pumpkins for the year, and then dinner with my lovely sister and brother-in-law. Plus we ended our Saturday with Krispy Kreme and Ghostbusters. You’d be hard pressed to find a weekend much fally-er than that. Since fall is my favorite time of year, I try to embrace it as much as I can while it is here and before winter comes and craps everything up. One way I like to embrace it is changing my home decor. Mine obviously looks a little more spooky and Halloweeny than most people would probably prefer for their own houses and I totally get that. But I do like the idea of having a few items that you bring out every year to change things up in your house just enough to help you enjoy the season a bit more. That’s the great thing about seasons after all. As one of my best friends, Taylor, commented the other day, one of the best parts of living in North Carolina is that just when we start to get sick of one season, a new one comes and sweeps us off our feet. I am sure many other states are that way as well. And I don’t think it could be more perfectly said than that. Here are some items that might make a nice addition to the home to help us all embrace the fall.
pumpkin candle/dishtowel/sparkly blanket/wooden cake stand/agate bookend/white pumpkins etc./pom pom pillow
bronze pillow/white basket
A note about the agate bookends. They have a really cute collection of agate bookends, trays, and coasters at Target right now so if you want something agate, you may want to go look at your local store cause it would probably be cheaper than this West Elm one. However, they are not on the website so I couldn’t link them up. Silly.
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Corey and I went to Charleston this past weekend so I could shoot an engagement session for some close friends (which I promise to share as soon as I get the film back) and strolling around the city made me realize how much I’ve been neglecting our landscaping (those window planters!!) and also our bedroom which has sat in no man’s land since my mom finished up the window treatments. There is just so much to do that it is a little daunting. One thing that I have wanted for a long time is a grown up bed complete with upholstered headboard. It seems so luxurious. Here are some options that I am pondering.
One – This bed is not even in the realm of possibility but I am obsessed. Just too darn expensive.
Two – I love this one (mostly because the shape is so similar to number one), but I’m not sure if I have gone overboard with the tufted furniture, particularly since our chaise lounge has tufts on top of tufts.
Three – Simple. Classic. This is a good option.
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