Weekend wrap up –


So, i didn’t get much done this week, at least not things that i had planned on doing.  I had bought some fabric for the kids playroom for some pillows, but i am just not “in love” with it so i am going to search a little more this week.  So, hopefully by this weekend the kids playroom will be DONE!  I started a desk for a friends little boy, so that should be done in a couple of days, i will post that too when its done, its turning out pretty cute if i say so myself!

I did hang this wooden carved “thing” in my entry way.  I love the piece itself, i just don’t know if its right for this space, it may be a little too small?  I think it may have been from the casing of an old door, and it was for sure outside because the paint is peeling off just perfect, i LOVE that stuff!  I am going to live with it for a little while and see…


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and after…

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I am kind of thinking of hanging this old window up there instead, its a little bigger.  I could put some vinyl on it and maybe change out the vinyl for the seasons, i don’t know yet?

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Maybe I could make some sort of frame around the wood piece to bulk it up a little, just a thought.  I love the carved wood and i for sure want to use it in my house, this seems like a good spot but i think it needs something…hhhhhmmmmm…….

5 replies
  1. Barbi
    Barbi says:

    With all of the decorating experience I have under my belt, I would have to agree with you that "thing" may be a bit too small for that space. I really like your window idea.

  2. Debbie
    Debbie says:

    I love old windows and mirrors!~ Sausha you really do a great job on decorating so I do believe you will figure it out:) Happy Easter to you and your family!~

  3. Rachel
    Rachel says:

    Hi! I love your blog and how you decorate! I'm in the process of re-doing my front room and I really love the color on your walls. Can you tell me what it is? Also, on another post I saw, you had done the panel/boards on your walls…could you give me a little more info on that as well (how high, and how far apart are your boards)? Your house is beautiful! Thanks in advance!


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