How cool is this doorstop. We inherited it with our house.
The colours are great.
I think at heart it is just a decorated half brick. Who would think to pad and cover a half brick with some tapestry and mustard velvet?
Whoever did though will be pleased to know that I’m loving it.
I think every friend I know has them. The Ikea staples. Basic furniture and household items like cube shelves, photo frames, plant pots, tea light candles … and drinking glasses.
On Friday (my last child free day for 2 weeks … hello school holidays) I popped in to Ikea for a doona cover – another Ikea staple at our house.
I am still keen on the over-the-top tapestry above the bed, despite the lukewarm reception from others (Elise’s feedback is that perhaps it is a bit too much … really?!) but I have been thinking that a bit more depth in the furnishings might make it look better. So I decided I should commit, but not over-commit if you know what I mean.
I was contemplating the lovely linen doona cover that Elise has from Ikea. And then when I got there I spotted a black and white striped doona that I thought might be good. But then I found this checked one. I think it is perfect.
And I have also been adding to my second hand cushion cover collection – which is currently decorating our bed. The recent additions include this black X one, this charcoal velvet one,and the padded bone one.
And my new little owl has found a home – now above my bedside table. The gold frame looks good with the gold curtains in there.