Monday, March 5, 2012

worth it

A few weeks ago, I came across these frames at Ikea and snatched 2 of them up, even though I had no place for them. They were such a great price for the size -- can't beat $4.99! Well, today I got a wild hair and switched Hudson's room with the guest bedroom. Needless to say, I am so tired and just may have thrown my back out, but it was worth it. The frames have found a perfect home in the new guest room. Now, I just need to figure out what I'm putting in them. Thoughts?


Um, my husband is going to freak...

9 comments:

Jessamie Vincent said... [REPLY]

I just started laughing, but I'm digging the switch.

Kim @ keller-creative said... [REPLY]

Switching rooms! My husband would freak too. Can't wait to hear the reaction tomorrow. I'd order some posters or do a little abstract art in them.

Sam [The Peak of Tres Chic] said... [REPLY]

I love those pillows on your guest bed! Ikea is my go-to for frames- you really can't beat the price and you can always spray paint or paint them different colors.

cindy cope said... [REPLY]

you could get hudson and avery to each do a (washable) black painting or even diy some black inkblot art!

i love how you can't sit still and are constantly looking for ways and things to make your house look awesome
: )

briannelee said... [REPLY]

Vintage scarves or a piece of vintage textile?

Victoria said... [REPLY]

Oh, my word. PLEASE don't throw your back out. But... I do have some little things I could share with you... ;)

Ashley J said... [REPLY]

I have 6 of these frames & have been trying to figure out for 6 months what to do with them. Love that's it's not glass so I don't have to worry about my 4 boys getting hurt or knocking them down since they so big.

Naomi@DesignManifest said... [REPLY]

Ohh Boo, why did he make you switch it back? I love a good ole' room swap!

Nat said... [REPLY]

What a steal! Ha! Sounds just like me! My husband went on a business trip a few weeks ago and I started painting our kitchen cabinets, he's pretty much gotten used to stuff changing when he's not home