Things have been chaotic for the last two months, but it is genuinely worth it when you can finally navigate your house without having to dodge boxes and extension chords!
The Living Room
The living room was the first room we set up. And of course my Horse Skull was the first item to go on the wall. Funnily enough, no one said a word about it during the moving process- and no one has made any mention of it since then. With blanket to cover the window, everything looks nice enough.
At some point I would love to collect some shadow boxes filled with curiosities, as well as a few terrariums to complete the decorations. Over time we also plan to replace the furniture, but for now it serves us well enough.
The kitchen was unpacked the easiest out of all the rooms in the house- save maybe the bathroom; it took my Husband’s step father a bit to pick up the remainder of his tools, but in the meantime I managed to make the kitchen more workable by turning the sawhorses and some of our leftover plywood into a makeshift table. Once he picked them up I swapped it out with a real table that I traded my sister for a few cigarettes,
The Bathroom and Bedroom
The bathroom is relatively standard, as is the bedroom. There isn’t anything particularly gripping about them yet since they are technically unfinished. Still, the furniture has been moved in and they look significantly better than they did.
The Shrine Room
The back hallway-room has officially become the Shrine Room for my religious activities. It has taken the longest to decorate due to the fact that it intermittently becomes storage as we rearrange things in the house and get everything squared away. The fact that it is also one I have predominantly done myself is another reason it has taken so long to get set up. But without a doubt, it has become my favorite room in the house; it’s especially nice to be in there with the windows open, and it offers the perfect environment to relax and drink my Tea.