Why am I never satisfied? Let me start over. Why am I continuously decorating my home and then shortly after finishing change it all up again? I guess I never really realized I was an ADD decorator until a friend brought it to my attention. She actually was the the one to ” coin” the title and bestowed it upon me. We laughed and I then I showed her the new projects I completed which allowed me to do a little redecorating. After our visit, I got to thinking…..She’s right.
For example, when I do a thorough vacuuming and move the furniture, I almost always keep moving it into a new configuration. Many times, the boys will voice their disapproval because the tv and the comfy chair are not compatible with each other.
I have been ADD with my office area. It has been moved a few times. It’s now located in my kitchen were my table used to be. Now we just use the dining table for times we eat together .
I created a cute coffee station from a thrifty kitchen cart and now it has been replaced with a tea cart.
My latest change up happened over the weekend. I went from displaying my white Ironstone in a thrifted hutch I found and painted , to white painted corner hutch.
I just can’t seem to be satisfied with my choices. It has become humorous, actually. There has been so many changes that my husband no longer comments on the change ups. He knows it won’t last. Dissatisfied? No I’m not at all. I guess I just love the whole process
My next decorating switch up? Spring decorating… Keep watch 😉
Renee saysMarch 13, 2016 at 10:54 pm
Just wanted to stop by and let you know that your blog was featured at #OverTheMoon! Thanks for linking up!
thriftytonifty saysMarch 14, 2016 at 6:09 am
Renee. Thanks so much for the heads up. So exciting!!
Sandy Sandmeyer saysMarch 8, 2016 at 7:46 pm
I used to regularly change the furniture around when we were first married, but since we live in a small apartment, there really isn’t any way to do that now. Thanks for sharing your decorating obsessions 😉 with us at the Over the Moon Link Party.
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thriftytonifty saysMarch 14, 2016 at 6:10 am
Sandy, I think I would always find something to change up in any circumstance. Lol. Thanks for taking a look
Renee saysMarch 7, 2016 at 8:13 am
I used to do the same thing. After I had my 4th child (and we homeschool) I stopped changing things up because I just didn’t have the energy or brain cells to do it, lol. I miss doing that though. I’m getting the hankering for it again, especially with spring coming up!
thriftytonifty saysMarch 8, 2016 at 8:45 am
You are right, Renee. Spring does get one on the mood for change. Start with something little and just for you! You deserve it
Alli saysMarch 7, 2016 at 5:30 am
I’m the same way! I’m always switching things up a bit. I finally stopped with my great room because it only seems to fit one way. I love your tea cart! Of course, I love everything you do.
thriftytonifty saysMarch 8, 2016 at 9:09 am
Aww, shucks, Alli. Thanks for saying that. You can always switch up accessories
Kristen from The Road to Domestication saysMarch 6, 2016 at 8:37 pm
Hey, there’s nothing wrong with keeping things interesting! I love your desk, by the way!
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thriftytonifty saysMarch 8, 2016 at 9:10 am
I’ll go with that, Kristen. Now just to convince my husband that switching up is ” ok”
Zan saysMarch 4, 2016 at 3:44 pm
LOL! This is so funny and so like me. I like the title. Those poor husbands! I will switch something and call it home and then not a week will go buy before I move it to another place. This past week alone I must have switch things up about 50 times. I think my living room finally has a good setup after trying things out a million times. But now I just need to find the correct entryway piece of furniture to replace my cheap cubicals. The struggle is real.
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thriftytonifty saysMarch 8, 2016 at 9:13 am
I’m so glad you understand my pain. It is real, Zan. But a girls has to do what a girls she can.