I’m jumping in with rusty moves and a crappy picture. Happy Wednesday!
I took this picture early, early Tuesday morning. It’s off-center, poorly angled, and not that great, but it shows that we are finally starting to do things again. And, more importantly, replacing the ceiling fan in our family room has been on our to-do list since the first William Morris Project two years ago. Since time immemorial, really.
My goal, as I wrote it in my “creating an intentional home” list, was to [r]eplace with good quality, family friendly materials the sofa, coffee table, chair(s), window treatments, and lighting.
Hmmm. Well, the ceiling fixture is from IKEA (it’s this one), so I don’t know that I would go so far as to say we replaced the fan with quality materials, but it provides better light and is far less of an eyesore that what we had before.
Looking at my goals, which I should really print out so I can refer to them regularly, we still need to replace the coffee table, window treatments, and remaining lighting. I can’t believe I was thinking there wasn’t much left to do. There’s, like, a million, trillion, kabillion things left to do. I’m getting excited to start in on some projects.