If I learned anything after watching Dick Clark’s Rockin’ New Year’s Eve last night, it’s that people hated 2020. While I can join the ranks of those not sad to see the worst year in modern humanity end, I’d be remiss if I said nothing good came out of the year. Case in point: we’re engaged and I’m still not over it! Amongst the many other things I’m practicing gratitude for, I feel particularly lucky to be have been able to ring in the last three New Years with Dave, with many more to come!
It’s been a hectic few months, and I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t feeling slightly anxious about everything we have to take care when we get back home (ie. getting our main sewer line replaced). But, I’m definitely looking forward to being in our own bed again with our new duvet cover and framed proposal photos! I love making small design tweaks that add a bit more detail, but keep the overall feel the same. Dave’s mom gifted us the duvet cover for Christmas and the honeycomb texture really gives our classic white bedspread a little extra oomph.
Our surprise proposal shoot with Megan Niger was the perfect art to bring our bedroom into the new year. We had a set of black and white photos up there before, but I’m loving having a bit more color in our monochromatic room these days. The matted black frames came in a set of four for an absolute steal ($37.99 for all four plus double mat boards for each!).
SHOP MY BEDROOM:
White Honeycomb Duvet Cover
11×14 Set of 4 Picture Frames with Mat
Spencer King Black Storage Bed
Madison Park Double Knit Throw (currently only available in ivory and blush)
3-Drawer Nightstand (mine is no longer available, but the linked one here is very similar!)
I hope you all had a wonderful New Year’s Eve, and I’m raising my proverbial glass as a toast to a better year ahead. While I’m not sad to leave most of 2020 behind, let’s not throw the baby out with the bath water and remember that there is always some good to be gleaned out of even the most trying of times.
“Let everything happen to you, beauty and terror. Just keep going. No feeling is final.” – Rainer Maria Rilke