When we were designing the floor plan of our house, it was originally a 3 bedroom plan.
Against Philip's better judgment I convinced him to turn the 3 spacious bedrooms into 4 average size bedrooms [with the exception of the master bed, which we kept at it's original size].
This was mostly because I wanted to fill each spare bedroom with a little kiddie one day, and I thought it'd be nice for each to have his and her own room.
When it was just the 2 of us the 3 spare bedrooms were:
Then I had Adeline and my craft room got booted and she got herself a pretty little place to lay down her sweet head.
The guest bedroom eventually turned into my craft room, which is now what I like to call our "creative room"
I set it up so that Adeline can work on some little projects while I can craft away on my own.
The workout room.... well
no one ever goes in there.
Once Philip got a better paying job we ditched that rusty exercise equipment and invested in a gym membership, which I now completely despise for taking all of my husband's spare time away.
we've got a little mister on the way and he'll need a room to call his own too.
So the workout room will be turned into my craft room, and my craft room will be baby boy's room.
A lot of switching around, I know but it's all for closet and strategic reasons that would bore you even more than you already are.
So now that Philip is home we can make the switch in rooms, and I can start designing the nursery as well as redesigning my 3rd and final craft room.
For sake of completely embarrassing myself, let me show you how much of a job this is going to be:
This is our "creative room" in it's present state:
In my defense these rooms haven't been occupied in at least 5 months since I've been sick.
I'm talking ZERO dusting, organizing, vacuuming, or cleaning of any kind for going on 6 months.I'm ashamed, I am.
Yea this is so going to suck.
BUT I have some inspiration for my craft room:
I have no idea where I got this photo from [somewhere on the big ole www] but whoever it belongs to you are amazing and you should come to my house and help a sister out.
Philip is going to flip when he sees how much of this I actually want him to recreate, but eventually it will get here.
and as far as the nursery...
I've got inspiration, it's just all in my jumbled head right now.
The rest of my house is kept up pretty well, and these two rooms literally gave me anxiety yesterday by just opening the doors.
I'm thinking this is going to take a while.