Thursday, June 16, 2011

Petaluma dreamin'

As I have been driving down the nostalgic Route 66, you would think that I would be taking it all in....well I have been, in bits & pieces that is because I am too busy day dreaming of where we will live & what decor choices I get to make next. Wooo whooo! So I made a little mood board for myself for my future bedroom while crusin' the freeway....some people play slug bug or I spy, some read or play games, some even sing songs...apparently I am finding out that I decorate at 28 years old haha. This is a dream inspiration board for me, which was thrown together in publisher so quickly I am almost embarrassed to show you...however, it is the feel I am going for. The problem is the cost of this bedroom...so I will be looking for ways to create some of these items at cheaper prices...I may paint something old, or shop for look-a-likes, but this is a good guide for what I am lovin' right now. So here it is in it's cottage-esque glory...I heart it, well for now anyway...I have more highway to cruise today & who knows, I may be inspired by something else ;.) Happy Thursday!

* I hope maybe you see something you fancy. Let me know if you ever are looking for any particular type of mood boards...I love to make em'...now back to this

6 comments:

  1. LOVE that wallpaper and Eddie Chair. I'm slightly obsessed with yellow, gray, and teal combinations.

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  2. the enitre board is SO my style! I love it! And if I'd read your blog earlier yesterday, I'd have known you'd be going through my state & have offered you guys a limeade on your way! Hope you're having a blast!

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  3. What a gorgeous combination. I love all your ideas. That wallpaper is beautiful.

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  4. Love that awesome teal chair!! And I think your adorable driver might need a booster seat! Very cute!

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  5. Mandi over at Vintage Revivals has a project where she metalized a night stand using tinfoil for nothing and it turned out really well. Maybe you could use her technique for your dresser.

    http://vintagerevivals.blogspot.com/2010/09/tin-foil-nightstand.html

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