You probably did nice things to your baby’s room to get it ready for him. How about your own bedroom? Make a small change that will make you happy in your sleeping space. Move a piece of furniture, hang something on the wall, or get rid of a clutter pile. (I didn’t say clean up – just hide it somewhere else!)
Could you put your baby in a bouncy seat so that she can watch you re-arrange your bookshelves?
Every photo of adult living quarters I considered for this post featured a vase of flowers on the nightstand. If you need an outing, how about to the farmer’s market to select a bouquet? Refreshing your bedroom is our 29th challenge for rookie moms.
Heather and I both painted our bedrooms in honor of this activity. It is one of the biggest impact, lowest cost design changes you can make.
This is my bedroom currently.
Real person inspiration: Our friend Wendy executed a marvelous makeover of an old typing table with spray paint. Check it out:
So what adult furnishings need a little love in your house?
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