We bought our condo a year and a half ago, and have slowly been accumulating things that make a house a home. Much of our furniture was free or gifts, and no single item cost more than $200. Needless to say, we have quite the collection of non-matching, used, repurposed, cheap furniture.
Lately, I've begun nesting. Or at least I think it's nesting. I think a lot about what furniture I want for baby's room, I registered for a bunch of stuff at Target, and I'm finally up off the couch after 13 weeks of projectile vomiting. I think that's nesting.
Naturally, thinking about baby's nursery makes me daydream about the rest of the house, and how I'd decorate it if some altruistic person decided to give me $100,000 to spend. "Here, you deserve this money," says the stranger. "You're gestating, and no one's ever experienced what you're experiencing. Thank you for pushing DNA into the future."
Here's how I'd decorate our little almost-on-the-beach-house. I'd use lots of white. White on the walls, white bed spreads, white pillows. Fabrics would be soft and drapey. I'd use neutrals and burlaps and woods. I'd probably throw in some blue.
And for the nursery:
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