Monday, August 23, 2010

Temporary Until the Rapture

Our current bedroom is probably an interior designer’s nightmare. It has a bed, a dresser, three hampers, two of which contain toys and books, several bookcases, a child’s study desk, a toy crate, some more racks for toys, a computer table, a cajon (the percussion instrument) moonlighting as a bedside table, my checklists on the walls… It’s a temporary arrangement, so it doesn’t bother me. For now. I do want to have an idea from Mark how long temporary lasts with him. I mean, it could be anything from a matter of months to a whole decade, right? Semantics can be so relative sometimes, lol. If he’s thinking, only until the great rapture happens (I can already hear him: mansions on streets of gold, you can’t beat that - he would too use this reasoning, not really from a Christian perspective, but mostly to make me apoplectic with rage) then I probably won’t be amused. Anyway, as far as Bedroom Furniture goes, I think I’d still go for eclectic with lots of whimsical elements. I would try to consider Mark in the picture, but he’s so easygoing, I’m sure he wouldn’t complain about colors and accents. He can sleep anywhere and he likes sleep way too much to allow little things like décor get in its way.


Sharkbytes (TM) said...

My decor is early attic, definitely. Husband thinks decor is places to hang things like jackets and hats.

spinninglovelydays said...

lol, Sharkbytes. Men!