My dream house is a tree house.
It's one of those perfect Tuesday mornings. Drinking coffee, listening to embarrassing singer-songwriters I loved when I was sixteen, cooking food, packing up all my earthly belongings into boxes ...
In between working and painting, I am now beginning to move house. And as excited and happy as I am to be moving, and as happy as I am about gaining two lovely housemates; I am sad about losing my excessive wardrobe space.
You see, my clothing is currently stored in two huge wardrobes, six shelves, a blanket box, a tall chest of drawers and an entire spare room.
Found via Atlantis Home.
I am now moving into a gorgeous little shoebox of a room with a wardrobe about half the size of one of my current closets. So I am on the hunt for another wardrobe, while also trying to cull my clothing as much as I possibly can ... read: not much.
So while I am plotting and planning my new room and my new wardrobe space, I've come across some incredibly unrealistic pictures of what I'd like it all to look like ...
This is exactly what my wardrobe space would look like if I lived in a huge loft or ex-industrial space. Except much, much more colourful.
And of course, AnnaKim, who I mentioned a while ago. Bring on the glitter-painted taxidermy, I say!I would love to have an entire wall as a wardrobe, like she does, but I'm terrified of the sunlight fading parts of my clothing.
Nb: I can't remember the source of a lot of these images, so if they belong to you, or you know where they're from, let me know so I can credit the source.