Thursday, January 27, 2022

Move it Move it Move it

For years I leaned over the tub to reach a 4 drawer chest 

that stored some jewelry and bath items.

I couldn't open window or easily clean.

The other night I thought enough of that!

I did not take a pic of the before

but you can imagine.

Where that basket is, the drawers sat.
I added some sienna colored towels to 
bring that color in.
The builder did the navy tile.  I thought for years I would move,
so never redid the baths- now $$ cost prohibits.
Waiting on rod for window so did a quick temporary.

The drawers and that rack that was behind the door,

 moved into the closet.  SO much better.

I have a full length mirror in there already

so I just added two small mirrors I had for close up looks.

I found some jewelry organizers for drawers 

on Amazon that are working out great.

I'll show soon- In fact I may do a 

"things I'm liking" post because I think I've found some great stuff

lately and I always share.

I'll be adding some wicker baskets to replace the vinyl ones,

 shifting some clothes, and getting better lighting,

but I already like it. Now if I just had somewhere to go 

and wear the jewelry.  

As always no filters, no fluffing, just the REAL



TheCrankyCrow said...

It looks perfect to me! That is one of the hardest things for me: Looking at/realizing something that could be changed up to make things better/easier. Once things are in place, I "get used to it" and there it stays. When I finally have that "duh" moment, I am always wondering why it took me so very long to think of it. I love seeing glimpses into your home. ~Robin~ (And I like your tile...a lot!)

Terra said...

Oh you are so cute, no filters, just the real. That is me too. Your ideas for improvement turned out pretty. I can use some closet organizing tips and I like what I see in your closet.

jenclair said...

Looks great and convenient. Best combination of looks and efficiency!

Salty Pumpkin Studio said...

Reorganizing can be energizing. Nice set up

Jillayne said...

Love this, and yes to a post about the things you've discovered. It's always so inspiring to come here. My favourite thing I learned from you still is to use the timer to get things done - it's downright brilliant!

Jacqueline @ HOME said...

I think, as we get older, we tend not to change things as much as we used to. Well done you .... you did a great job ! XXXX

Karen said...

You make every space so lovely!!.. .truth!