This is what our “playroom” looked like when we first toured our house.
Those mirrors? Not OK. So we took them down.
Yikes. What you can’t see in this photo are the five hours I spent scraping asphalt off the wall previously. You also can’t see the damage done to the dry wall. You also can’t see my blood (literally), sweat and tears (many) or my temper tantrums. It’s for the better. Realism is not always welcomed
Enter: new dry wall
We may or may not have installed this improperally and had to have a professional come in and literally smooth out our mistakes. Details Schmetails.
What matters is where we landed, right?
(this laptop is broken, but Sawyer likes pretending)
I couldn’t be happier.
Wall Decal: Etsy
Flags and pillows: homemade (thank you Mama!)
Tee-pee: Homemade (again, thank you, Mama. and the Mister!)
Artwork (play, laugh, read): Homemade by yours truly – I’m more than happy to share how
Table and Chairs: IKEA
Alphabet mat: Marshall’s