This interior design project has shown me just how important it is to be organised. I’m not an organised person at all and my unorganised spirit bubbles over a cauldron fire of laziness. I’m the type to claim my room is an ‘organised messed’ to justified the piles of rubble my onlookers give me the sharpest dirty looks over.
Alas, I’ve had to control all of that and get it to-gether *finger snaps* for the interior project. Remember a while back told you I was going to start a project on my home because interiors was a career path I wanted to pursue? Well I have been doing just that but not really shouting about it on social media too much. One thing that has really opened my realism eyes wide open is how SLOW real furniture takes to be delivered. I’m being unapologetically blunt when I say ‘real furniture’ because this isn’t your typical IKEA flat pack and stack (although I’m not about to diss IKEA because she’s everybody’s affordable home girl. Hey Boo!).
But, yes. Real furniture takes a hot ass second to be delivered. Prior to this project, my oblivious mind just though you walked into a shop, swiped your card and saw your sofa in about two weeks at the most. My mind NEVER even considered the actual two months plus it actually takes. Anyway, since things have taken so long to be delivered my reliablly indecisive self has changed my mind about the ‘certified’ colour scheme 100000 times. Sometimes I think I’m too indecisive to take up such a craft but I’m not going to left stupid insecurities stop me.
I have contracted an electrician to come this weekend so I’m about to get the ball rolling BIG TIME. I plan on filming the process you YouTube but let’s see how that goes…