This older picture of my living room will give us a good jumping off point to show the things that were switched up this week. First, in that corner by the tv, you can see that there are two white frames hanging up.
Well, this week those got swapped out for this Neutral Milk Hotel print I picked up after seeing Jeff Mangum a few months back. I just clipped it on to a simple pants hanger I nabbed from the thrift store in a pack of five for $1.50. I don't know if it will stay forever, but I like it.
Next, we move on to the other corner of the room, where once sat a sad white chair and some clothesline art, now lives the happiest yellow chair and some shelves that were such a pain in the ass to hang that at one point Andy was so freaked out by me that he hid in the bedroom for an hour. And because this Twitter has a direct line into my inner monologue, I'll let it speak for me:
Spoiler alert: no, no I cannot. But enough about my lack of emotional stability, lets just look in the corner at the awesome bird cage I picked up at the Logan Square Farmer's Market.
It was a real steal too, since the girl selling it was moving and needed to get rid of it quickly. She apparently used to keep a fish tank in there to keep her cat from fucking with it, and even though I don't have a cat, I love that plan. But for now it will just house a few design books and my trusty dinosaur planter.
What's that you say, you'd love to see some semi-related Instagrams? Well, if you insist, I'll stop you from begging and embarrassing yourself.
L-R: Logan Square on a sunny afternoon; the birdcage- instagrammed; a loving boyfriend lugging it home for me.
Well, that's it for me today folks, just sharing a few small tweaks around the house. Stay tuned this week for a few larger projects and a giveaway! Have you done any home projects, large or small lately?