nobody’s perfect

I can create organization systems, but they have to be maintained. It takes a village, people. Here’s a prime example.

Remember this?
shared boys room bunks and play area

After last Saturday’s blizzard here in Boston, it looked like this:
boys room in real life

Accept the chaos, and know in your heart that all that crap has a home.

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2 Responses to nobody’s perfect

  1. This is a great room! You can tell because the kids look so happy and isn’t that the point? Love those angled bookshelves on the left.

    • cheryl r says:

      Thank you! My boys quite like it. The angled shelves were a lucky find — Pottery Barn Kids floor samples for $20 each. Thanks for stopping by, and I hope to hear more from you. ๐Ÿ™‚

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