Wednesday, September 23, 2009

"I love everything about my room...."


images; lucy feagins for the design files
....words spoken by 3 yr old Petit to L'Homme; like music to this Mama's ears!
If you you are yet to see the pics Lucy took of Petit's room and Chez Trbuhovich, you can find them here.

7 comments:

captain kk said...

what's not to love?!

Julie@beingRUBY said...

Such a fantastic room for a child's imagination. I love it! I want the pigeon hole bookshelf for myself!!

Thanks for your kind words Shelley.. it's not so bad.. not good but not bad. Just don't feel like the cleanup!

Have a great Friday.. x Julie

Shelley Trbuhovich said...

thanks girls! i have really enjoyed pulling the boy's rooms together. i want them to be little sanctuaries and places for their imaginations to soar. so, when the little bloke makes a remark like that unprompted, i was thrilled. thought i'd let you know....one last time - i promise! x
and julie, really glad things are improving for you. x

tess said...

Sounds like you're raising men with excellent eyes for interior design! Good work! :)

Shelley Trbuhovich said...

that's hilarious, tess! now if i could just get them to clean up after themselves....x

PottyMouthMama said...

I'd be loving that room too. WOW!

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