I thought I'd mix things up a bit on my blog and show some pictures of my room instead of the usual makeup shabang, is this too wild for a Sunday night? Should I calm the heck down?
My room's quite plain with cream walls, brown laminate flooring and yellowy furniture that I found in a charity shop and so I like to put pretty ornaments around to make it a bit more interesting and homey. A lottttttt of the things I've posted are from charity shops and won't be available to buy online but if you look around charity shops you'll find so many pretty ornaments and little boxes. The ornaments I've bought from charity shops I would say range from about 25p to £3 and so are completely affordable.
Donkey ornament: charity shop. Floral candle: ikea. Light up rabbit: a little shop in London but available here
All from a charity shop except the hen which was from a charity stall and came with a Cadbury's egg heheh
This is one of the nicest things I've bought from a charity shop and I nearly died when I saw it. You wind it up at the back and the ballerina spins round and a little tune plays *dead*.
These little jars were filled with loads of random junk but I emptied them before taking the picture. Devious. On a serious note I struggle with keeping my room tidy and it's a miracle when I can keep my room tidy for more than a week. JEREMY KYLE, I NEED YOU.
Both charity shop and the flowers I dried out at home
Floral plastic place mat: Dunelm Mill. Acrylic lipstick storage: eBay
Floral clock: charity shop. Bear clock: had since childhood
Turtle: from a holiday abroad. Jewellery/ornaments: charity shop
Flowers and bird: charity shop. Streusel cake candle: Tk Maxx
I have more ornaments and vases of dried flowers around my room but the pictures turned out terrible and I really wanted to get this post up tonight rather than in a few days time. I kind of wish my room was all simplistic and basic but I can't let go of these little fellas so this way it shall stay.