I love my lush, plush, long-haired Mongolian lamb pillow from West Elm! It's been with me for about five years. I keep it in my bedroom to insure its safety from spilled drinks, the cat, the humans and the floor. Yep, I love this pillow! So I was running my fingers through it one night, as I often do, and I was thinking about how cool it would be to have a wall like this. Well, of course, all things are possible in the mini world. I removed the back from the Lekman box and taped the pillow case to the box and immediately loved it. I want my own shaggy wall!
The wood grain paper is from Michael's. I tinted the window with a yellow notebook divider. The rug is a gift bag. I made the pendants using needle craft grids and lined them with paper. The table lamp base is the lid to a perfume bottle. The African mask is a key chain mounted on a bamboo coaster and the African statute is a chess piece from my hub's collection. The large vases are pen parts from Michael's (they have a great assortment and I bought a bunch of these, so you'll be seeing these often because I love big vases). The flowers are from the yard. The side table is a candle holder from the thrift store and the coffee tables are painted wooden cubes with acrylic tops. The fireplace crystals are seed beads. The mounted boxes are part of a set from minisx2. The sofa and pillows are by me and the accessories are craft store finds.
While I was working on this post, my scene was violently disrupted by an earthquake (my big clumsy husband!) Here are shots of the aftermath. This had to be a 7.5 on the Richter scale! It could have been so much worse, but luckily I had puttied most of the items in place so I could take the box outside for pictures.
|I'm so glad I made a ledge at the bottom of the fireplace!|
Until next time, Beany.
Have a great and safe July 4th!