First, that we truly believe we should always be pushing & growing ourselves, whether in business, in our walk with the Lord or any area of life. In other words, we should always be learning.
The second reason is that we are always on the hunt to create things that no one else in this area has done before – and design style is no exception. Mid-century Modern has become the norm with décor and designing in Lancaster, so we thought it would be time to branch out and pave the way with something new and un-thought of.
In the words of dear Becca, “It was new and hard and exciting and stretching and incredibly beautiful and rewarding.”
In the end, we love the way it turned out. On staging day we had to arrange and rearrange and leave and come back and try this and try that many times and in many different ways, until finally we stood back and said, ”ahhh yes…. perfect”.
Friends, don’t be afraid of trying. We had to mix and match and try so many different ideas in this space until it finally “worked”. It was a process that took time, because we were new at it.
Don’t be afraid of trying something new. And don’t be afraid of failing at something new. Only be afraid of giving up.
The story of this space is finished- but your story it not. Here’s to a season of trying new things and failing and getting right back up again.
Persian Rug was from World Market
Yarn was thrifted
Paint Colors: Polo Blue by Benjamin Moore and Simply White by Benjamin Moore
Floors: Sanded down and covered with a water-based polyurethane