The One Room Challenge is booming with great designs. I’m having fun reading new blogs. Week two has arrived sooner than I hoped. This week I started a few small projects. If you followed me on Instagram you saw this great vintage frame I had made into a chalkboard for about $68, frame included.
Many of the picture frames I have are still wrapped from the move. I was sad to find the rice paper heron glass frame broken. A quick trip to my local glass shop and it was repaired. The new glass was cut and inserted in the frame the same day.
I fell in love with the pink Lilly Pulitzer fabric Nick Olsen used in the Lee Jofa showroom a few years ago. I hope to use it in the office.
If I had a bigger budget, I would love to wrap my walls in Gracie Studio wallpaper. The reality is, good design takes time. My One Room Challenge office project will include a mix of new furniture, DIY projects, and vintage furniture and accessories. I want the office to be traditional with touch of glamour and a sprinkle of modern. One Kings Lane is a great site to find a good mix of styles and vintage items. I found a few inspiration pieces and put them up on Olioboard. HomeGoods is also valuable home decorating source for brand names at a fraction of the original price. Have to run, so much to do. Let’s stay connected on Instagram @idhomedecor.