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Well, it has been a busy few days here on the home front of the Rad household. I was patiently awaiting a shipment of prints for my new found favorite printer so that I could fill up the frames we got from our wedding and furnish the walls of our apartment. It was only once that was complete that I felt it was done enough to show you the results. There are some of you who have been wanting to see photos. So! With no further ado, here are some photos of Matt and my new place.
This is my … drum roll please … CRAFT ROOM! Well, it’s just half of a room, but it is everything I hoped it’d be. And I haven’t even really used it yet. My first craft project is in progress as I type this. [Glue is drying…]
Now, notice that the paint for my craft room side is green. Green = Craft Room. Now here’s the Office. Opposite side of the same room, different paint color = different ‘room’. Blue = Office. When your space is limited and you can’t have a craft room AND an office, you do what you gotta do! I really like how the paint differentiates what the purpose of the room is. Some people [MOM haha] were skeptical about my choice of division line, but… it turned out pretty great after all!
Here is a quick view of our bedroom. There’s the big accent wall that we painted the sage green, and you can’t see it here, but our closet is kind of a bump out to the left of that wooden shadow box holding my wedding flowers [thanks Dad!], so we painted the bumped out part of the closet too. Oh, and the soothing paint, plus realizing we got the BEST mattress pad E.V.E.R. for our wedding has made for some of the most restful nights I have had, in years.
I had to post a picture of this; my lovely sign I picked up [not from the curb – I paid for this. Full price actually!] in Havana, FL. I just loved it SO much. After debating for about 30 solid minutes, Matt got tired of waiting for me to decide and told me to just get it. He’s generous like that. 🙂 It forever will remind me of our days in Hawaii. And Florida too.