In addition to the blinds we installed a few months ago, we’ve added some not-too-thick, not-too-thin white curtain panels. Picked up from Ikea just last week, these Lenda curtains (at a steal at just 14.99 for two bright, white panels) have given our room that easy breezy, light and airy feeling that we all know and love. By simply cutting off the tab tops, we were able to achieve the look we wanted.
And check out these sweet, delicate clips. After all, isn’t in the details? On a whim, I purchased the West Elm curtain rod and clips several months ago during a clearance sale, even though we didn’t really need them at the time. While the hubs was hesitant (always the practical one), the deal was too good to pass up, and even he could at least admit they’d make a great addition somewhere down the road. Case in point.
I know, I know. White. And wasn’t I just moaning and groaning over the sort-of-boring-green? While the name on the paint can, Behr’s Relaxing Green, suggests otherwise, I initially felt that “relaxing” actually equated to “boring.” But since I’m such a tease, I can assure you that there’s color for this room in the very near future. (You may even notice a clue on the bed. More on that later, of course.)
Wondering how this saga began? Check it out here. You’d think I was purposely trying to create work for us. (And so what if I am?).