|Here's the "entryway." We really love the from-the-balcony shot of our wedding ceremony!|
|Our living room grouping - the tri-frame was a Christmas gift from Bryant's parents, and the gallery wrap was a "thank you for playing piano for our wedding" gift from our photographer.|
|This project started at the coop years ago, and it has found a home in our guest room! Be sure to make your addition when you come stay with us! ☺|
|Bryant had some beautiful pictures up before I moved in, and they found new homes on the walls of the office.|
|Yes, this one got to stay, too. ☺|
|The "New York Nook" in our bedroom. So many great memories!|
Many of you had been asking how things were going, etc., and my answer was usually, "Well, I've got mostly everything unpacked and homes found for most of it, but we don't have things on the wall, yet." I don't really know, much less can I explain, why "having things on the walls" was the final piece of my "settling in" puzzle. I realize that's a pretty common "last item on the to-do list" after moving in somewhere, but for me, it was more than making sure the furniture was in its place before decorating. Having pictures of us and our families and friends on the walls in our home just makes it all feel even more real, more like home, and more like the place where we are going to start our future together. Not that it didn't before...but this helps...like I said - not sure I can adequately explain it, but maybe you can relate. ☺
Thanks for reading. Come see it in person sometime!