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No bedding, no blinds, no closet door yet, but we're getting there. We still need all the little touches and artwork and such, but I'm just thrilled we made it this far on the weekend. Just a few short weeks ago the room had vinyl flooring, old marred-up ugly almond walls, and a layer of dust so thick we needed to keep a rug outside the room to wipe our feet on.

And what's that over the crib? A very Curious George, of course!

The book open on the bottom is a pop-up book of Frank Lloyd Wright buildings, and is open to his Falling Water house.

It was Bryan's idea to put Eeyore back behind the pile of blocks. Hee.

The changing pad will go on top of the chest of drawers. The chair has recently become the newest of Scout's Happy Places.

 Not bad, yes?

Date: 2006-09-27 04:28 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile] kychilehead.livejournal.com
I'm totally digging the bookcase full of books. I hope ours is that full (we both kept all of our childhood books as well).

I also love it because it's very simple and modern. It's not overly done so it will transition easy as your son grows up.

Date: 2006-09-28 01:55 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] ves-heill.livejournal.com
Thanks, Chile! It's hard to do modern kids rooms, I've discovered. Most everything they sell that is specifically geared towards kids rooms is too cutesy or too frilly or too frou frou or way the heck too patterned or logoed. We decided it was better to go with plain furniture and no theme and just decorate with accessories and that seems like it worked well for us. I have no doubt that your future kid's room will rock, as per your usual style. ;)



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