If you take a walk through our home and inventory where the furniture came from you will find this:
2. Pottery Barn
3. Crate & Barrel
Although I enjoyed ordering custom furniture that I had never sat in (or had even seen more than a photo of) with fabric that I just saw a swatch of for the clients I used to do work for, I like to sit in, touch and feel the furniture that goes into our own home.
I have always loved furniture and homegoods stores. I remember the old FB Design (or was it FB Home, I can’t remember) in the old Southglenn Mall in Denver. I loved going there with my parents (this was when i was under the age of 8 because after that we moved away to Fort Collins and when we moved back FB Design was no more).
This week baby girl and I were busy running errands on Tuesday so we had our adventure day on Wednesday.
We went to IKEA!
When I shop, I mainly shop for inspiration. This is what I was inspired by…
home is…going shopping for inspiration.
4 thoughts on “shopping for inspiration”
so will I be able to find my way around your house when next I visit? I especially love the “bookend pictures of your beautiful baby girl!
Nothing in our house is changing. Budget and time constraints take care of that.
I might finally get some art on the walls, though.
I’m always inspired by IKEA! Love it. Can’t get Tom to get on the IKEA band wagon with me though, he calls it the ‘canned food’ of home furnishings store. I call it practical and affordable!
I think it is great for a home with kids.
Reasonably priced so if it gets beat up you don’t feel bad about it.
The little guys room is all IKEA and so is the playroom!