“When you’re building a room, you’re building character, and character is the strength and wisdom of a home.” -Rose Tarlow
It’s not about the decorations. It’s not about the Jones’s next door. It’s about choosing happiness and joy. It’s about self-care. Our homes can make us or break us or leave us suspended in a state of perpetual procrastination….”I’ll hang those pictures or paint those walls next week, month…”
I do what I do because I live it. Just like you. But I also know there’s always a solution to that problem and I like to work on it, one room at a time. Right now, it’s my master bedroom. It’s been a slow process, but steadily it’s coming together. I cannot wait to share the room makeover. Been promising for eons, but today, I am pleased to report that one of the final missing pieces came together. I’ve hated that nipple light over my bed. I don’t mean to be offensive, but the description should give you a good visual of what I’m talking about. Today, I found the perfect chandelier to replace it. It’s going to need to be cleaned and I’ll replace or paint the white base, but this is EXACTLY what I’ve been looking for.
Look for that post…very soon…hopefully my next one.
I’ll be sharing quotes like above each Wednesday this fall. Mostly from interior designers, but it could be poets, musicians or anyone with a great quote about making the most of your home and why it’s so good for us.
Next week’s quote is actually from a famous group of singers. The idea is for you to make a connection to your home and live an easier, happier life. You’ll find all of them under “Wednesday’s Words of Wisdom”.
You can check out Rose Tarlow’s website here.
There’s always room for change. Even if change means ouch because change always equals growth.
What room gives you a headache? Isn’t it time to march in there and take stock of what’s bothering you?
I know a designer…:)