It wasn't always this way. This room was originally my office - a place to work, play video games, dump all my junk, and with a special spot for your Mom to read while I did all of this. When I could be convinced to vacate, it became a (very crowded) guest room; you can probably guess that we didn't have many eager visitors. The room was blue and white - a scheme we had devised when we first moved in, while we were mere novice room painters. We had intended to put a silver stripe between the colors, but it turns out Daddy is not a good painter, so that plan got dropped quickly.
Over the years, a certain amount of... clutter... accumulated.
We started with a major reshuffle - Mom moved to the bedroom, I claimed her former outpost in the living room. Then slowly but surely we cleared all of the junk out of the room.
Clutter centralized on the Ikea shelf.
Then, the painting begins.
Mom didn't have to roll, but you punched her in the bladder all pregnancy, so I call it an even trade.
We went through a variety of other room upgrades.
- Replacing the house original light fixture with an antique light fixture, LED bulbs, and a dimmer switch.
- A new Ikea dresser, custom decorated by Mom!
- Moved Mom's poodle case to the bedroom.
- Stuffed animal hammocks, pre-filled with, you guessed it, poodles.
- Disney Princess crib.
- Stylish new curtains.
And now, it's my pleasure to present: Elora's Nursery!