Saturday, March 16, 2013

A little progress in the bedroom

I have been busy working on more unpacking so not much sewing to show but I did finish a few more hexagons for the "This Goes With That" project. They will someday be assembled into a quilt for my new master bedroom. I just love how this room is coming together. It is much larger than we need but is just so pretty and calming with the blue and white pots against the aqua walls. Still need to get some stuff put away here but it is well on it's way. My poor DH has been hanging pictures and shelves all day and there are many more to go. I think he will be happy to have a break tomorrow, that is if he considers assembling my cutting table a break. ;)





10 comments:

Dolores said...

Wow, your room looks like it's right out of a magazine. You've done a lot so far.

Cardygirl said...

The house looks absolutely beautiful...I am so pleased that you are settling into your lovely new home and finding time to stitch too. Enjoy making it yours!

Gale, Ky quilter said...

Oh my . . . . Beautiful . . . Love the new quilt, too.

Donna~~ said...

When I read the title of your post I was wondering if it was going to be X rated! :) Your room is so lovely! Did you start that quilt knowing it would match so well? You certainly have a knack for decorating!

Barb said...

WOW! your bedroom is absolutely gorgeous!! I love your windows, color pallet - everything!!
is that a free standing tub?
What a restful and sumptuous space you have!

Oops-Lah said...

It's looking gorgeous Heather. I real oasis of calm and beauty.

Silvana said...

Oh dear, your bedroom is absolutely cozy and charming!
Lovely! :)

Rachaeldaisy said...

You have the most beautiful bedroom. It looks as though only happy dreams could be had in it's peaceful setting. Your hexagon quilt is going to be perfect!!

Caron at Michigan Quilts said...

That is such a beautiful room! I love the color on the walls, and you have pulled it together so nicely. Can I move in?

kwiltsnblooms said...

Wow, love the colour on the walls, what is it called??? It looks so tranquil and a real oasis from chaos!