I worked out this morning, and it was tough! I can barely move my arms. Now I'm eating Oreos. So I guess I'm still able to raise my hand to my mouth.
I know you won't believe it, but I am almost finished with my son's tween room. Good thing, as he'll be a teenager this summer. Then I'll have to start all over. Not.
I painted the final piece of furniture this weekend, so I've just got some tweaking to do and the room will be ready for its big reveal.
In the meantime, I thought I'd share a bedroom mood board that I created on Olioboard.
I'm donating design services to our elementary school auction next week, and I wanted to create some sample mood boards for the display.
This was so much fun, because I didn't have to worry about an actual budget. I just picked items I liked. Oh wouldn't it be great if that were real life?
Have you ever used olioboard? I have Photoshop Elements, and I suppose I could figure out how to create design boards on there, too. But this is a really quick and easy way to play around with various pieces to create the aesthetic you desire. Then, you can hunt down less expensive items to mimic the look.
Warning: It can be addictive. Just like Oreos.