How cute is this “London” clock? I just love the teal colour of it. It came from
And these blue denimn and calico sakura printcushions? I got them to contrast with the couch I’m still yet to steal from my grandmother’s house, but they still work well with the red sheet on our loungerooom matress!
So yeah, Hi there, I still have a blog. *waves* Don’t really know how much enthusiasm I have for all this at the moment… well I do, it’s a small amount. I mean I’m Instagramming heaps less too…. oh well. Flux. Apoligies to anyone who I owe posts and instragrams to!
I got sent with some gift vouchers to the newly opened Super A-Mart in Warners Bay this week, to pick out a few things to perk up some place in the house… as soon as we walked in and saw the doona covers, we thought “that’s it!” and knew we could definitely brighten up the bedroom for Spring with a replacement for our washed out covers.
I did think that this “Princess” set and “Princess” wooden cutout would be PERFECT for me. But, alas, two problems – it only comes in single (perfect for my niece with her pink obsession – the other day she scored a pink electronic guitar toy from Lifeline for $3, and she was Rockin it), and I was looking for something for a “grown up room”. *sigh* One day I’ll have a spare room which I can decorate in all the girly, Hello Kitty glory I can find.
Bruce liked this Eiffel tower quilt cover… because it has a car on it. A Citroën 2CV, I’m told. We were also VERY close to buying a new computer desk chair, there was this office chair that would have suited all his gaming needs for $99.95, but he decided to stick with his current (red) chair…. If the one on show was red, I’m sure it would have been bundled into the back of my car straight away!
What we DID end up spending that office chair money on was a new mattress protector as our old one (a quilted style) had become washed out and lumpy and rather uncomfortable. And it was definitely a need to freshen up ahead of sweaty summer nights. Waterproof backing and machine washable were our two main criteria when we were browsing their range in store. This one, the brand is Orthokinetic same as the brand of mattresses Amart stocks, seemed a but of a splurge, but it looked like it was easy to care for, and didn’t have the potential to go all lumpy like our old one.
And then it was onto choosing some pretties. I liked the look of the silver and black quilt over set above, but the material wasn’t that nice to touch, and I’m a fussy little princess when it comes to bed! We also eyed off some microfibre sheets, but the purple was only in Double *sadface*
Cushions were another option, but I know I’d just end up throwing them on the floor and not using them.
And so, we ended up finding two quilt cover sets, both reduced in price to take home to Spring-ify the room.
First was this lovely, leafy and calm doona cover. I liked the embroidered spots, and the reverse faded teal. Amart had some Euro sized covers also to go with the set, but not having the big pillows, we shied away from adding them in.
We also got this Logan & Mason black set. While not as Spring, it certainly changes the feel of the room to more serious and grown up.
And yes, that is my flying unicorn :p Resting soundly on his new pillowcase.
Do you have different doona covers in spring and summer? I put the black one on the heavy “winter” doona, so that may be where it stays!