A beautiful little girl said to me . . .
~ ~ “Grandma, it sure would be nice if I had my own room in your house” .
We have always told our sweetie that our house is her house too.
Her wish is our command…
We obtained a bedroom set for her from my friend and neighbor.
Thus began the re-locating of 11 pieces of furniture (My hubby is a saint!!!)
This is the way the room was arranged before . . .
~ ~ with the bed in the bay window area.
With some major re-arranging . . . this is what it looks like now.
The bed is no longer in the bay window/sitting area . . .
~ ~ it is actually where it is supposed to be according to the original room design.
The bedding is the same . . the Furber print was relocated above the head of the bed.
Replaced the comfy yellow chair with this bench that was in one of the guest baths.
The dresser was originally where the bed is now . . .
~ ~ we moved it to the opposite side of the room where the wash stand and shelf were . .
~ ~ ~ ~ oh, forgot about that mahogany shelf . . that makes 12 things we moved!!
This tall chest was one of two things that was not moved in the room!
Now with the bed on the wall that the dresser was on . . .
~ ~ and the dresser on the opposite side of the wall . . what is in the bay window area???
I added a table . .
Well, actually three!
I needed a table for my tea set that I purchased in France . .
And to set my cup of tea on . . .
My friend and neighbor had a table that she was letting go that fit the bill . .
Now are you getting any hints on what is in the bay window area?
One of the three tables added to this area . . .
~ ~ along with the chair that was in another area of the room.
The “tea table” . . .
Yes, you are right . . .
~ ~ the furniture in the sitting area which was in the craft room landed here.
That room was originally a second guest room/craft room . . .
~ ~ and now it will be our sweetie’s room . . . well at least half of it!!
The mirror was relocated to this corner. . .
I am truly loving this arrangement. . . now that it includes a great sitting area .
Even though I loved to see the bed as the focal point when I entered the room . . .
~ ~ having the pretty sitting area makes up for that.
Change sometimes is a good thing . . .
To sit down and “smell the roses” and have a cup of tea!
Hope you all have that special place too!
Have a most wonderful day, taking time to smell the roses.
I am joining:
Between Naps on the Porch for Metamorphosis Monday
French Country Cottage for Feathered Nest Friday
Imparting Grace for Grace at Home
Ivy and Elephants for What’s It Wednesday
Savvy Southern Style for Wow Us Wednesday