Monday, January 19, 2009

Slowly but Surely

Our house has been quite the disaster since we got back from our Thanksgiving trip to San Diego. I just never quite got it together enough to clean everything that needed to be cleaned and put away. Add all the different activities that are planned and crunched into the few weekends and evenings before Christmas week, sick kids,  sick hubby, sick me, more traveing............well it left our house looking like someone broke in and ransacked the place but forgot to take any loot (not that we have any). Dean has been in San Francisco all weekend working, he will be home in the next few hours. It gave me the perfect opportunity to clean and organize our little room. It's coming along. I can't wait to paint and put up some curtains. I already told Dean that I have a bunch of fun ideas for him to help me with when he gets home. I forgot to take a picture of the light fixture he put up the other night. I bought it from a company called Fire Farm Lighting when I worked for Kerri up at the lake. I used to be an assistant for an interior designer. So many fun resources to look at and buy for other wealthier people. Fire Farm has really unique handmade wire and fabric lighting. Some of their lighting uses mesh and others metal or paper. All are so unique. If you are in need of lighting and want something more than what you can find in the local Home Depot, I would highly recommend them. You won't be disappointed. Anywho as soon as I get a few more things done in the room I will show you the light fixture, and the finished product. 

Our Master bedroom light fixture :: here 

Girls bedroom light fixture :: here 


Elissa said...

lookin good! very interesting light fixtures... really dreamy and romantic in a sort of funky way. my house still looks like someone ransacked it. they probably didn't forget to take anything, just decided there was nothing here worth taking!

Adam Jackson Pollock said...

This is Adam from Fire Farm. I was tickled when your blog comment came up in my google watch for Fire Farm. It was really nice to read your positive comments about what we make. Thank you! It's comments like yours which keep us all going and enthusiastic about what we're doing. Thank you for your support, I am glad you will be enjoying our light.Peace.
Adam Pollock

zana said...

Oh Summer - Everything looks wonderful! I see those shelves, lol!
Sorry I missed your call...listen to my spastic message, it will make you laugh!

Amy @ Park City Girl said...

your home looks so cozy and fresh!