Grand Plans for My House

I know getting your home decorated and organized can be really frustrating and overwhelming so I wanted to share my room-by-room plans for my house.  When you list out what you need it is a lot easier to walk in to stores like IKEA and leave with what you need, not a bunch of stuff you don’t need (I have done this, I know it is easy to do!).

My House Plans, March 2009:

Master Bath
New Medicine Cabinet
Open Shelving
Sink Hardware: 2 pulls
New bar light
Paint: Hepplewhite Ivory HC- 36 Benjamin Moore
Towel, TP and Door Knob/ Holder
Switch Plate (Outlet & 2 switches)

Master Bedroom
img43mNew Bed- Williams Sonoma Home Westport Bed
Ditch ceiling fan/ get over head light
Floor Mirror
Expedit shelves
Baskets (Knipsa)
Magazine Holders
Container Store boxes
3 Certificate Frames
PB Teen office chair
Drafting Table


71053_pe186283_s3IKEA shoe holder
2 small green boxes
2 big green boxes
Wooden IKEA hangers

Powder Room
Paint Polo Blue 2062-10 Benjamin Moore
Magazine Holder PB Teen
Bar light
2 silver Pulls
TP holder

Living Room
Shades- country curtains 34 1.5 “ and 71 “
DVD baskets IKEA
Side table
Tv stand
Reupholster couches
Foyer Table

Hardware: (13) 3-inch pulls, (6) 1-inch vertical knobs
2 closet knobs
plantation shutters

Dining Room
Overhead light
Round table
Expedit in white

Porch/ Outside

Pine straw
Mynta vase
Window boxes
New house humbers

Whole House

New Switch plates
New door knobs

Of course this isn’t all going to happen at once.  Slowly but surely over the next few months (and years!) it will all come together.

Don’t decorate for the sake of decorating- bring things into your home that you love!  Carefully examine every purchase that you make- do you NEED this for your home?  Is it on my list of things I need for the house?  By asking yourself this you will save yourself money and you won’t end up with lots of things that you don’t need and don’t mean anything to you.

One thought on “Grand Plans for My House

  1. Great tips Jules! I definitely need to plan like this for our home. I’m not much a a designer, but this may help me cut down on buying something that looks cool but doesnt exactly go in our home, or that we dont need.
    Thanks for the fabulous tips!

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