Just getting home from a wonderful holiday--Budapest, Provence, and Paris, so there will be many photos and stories in the days to come, but while I catch my breath and regroup, here are some photos of a project I'm working on for my Houston house.
I have two delightful grandchildren now--Jackson, who is 10 weeks and Jordan who is 3. This "Gigi" has accumulated a "few" things for them to play with when they visit her house, so I decided to turn their playroom into a "London" themed room.
Jordan sleeps in a "big-girl" bed in another room,
but Jackson needs his own crib for sweet dreams. Bedding and curtains from Target.
It was fun collecting some decorative items, such as the Union Jack bunting and Cath Kidston Royal Wedding tea towel used to decorate one wall.
The inspiration came from a Cath Kidston wallpaper print that I found in London, which shows several of the major sights around town.
Shelves from Target helped get all the toys off the floor and organized.
You'll see a few inexpensive items I've picked up at some of the souvenir shops in London,
along with a children's London Ludo game from the White Company.
And no London playroom is complete without a London telephone booth--an unexpected find at the Garden Pottery store near me in Houston.
I'm thinking we have some great times ahead of us in our London room. What do you think?