FringeKid is a magnet for clutter and color and her room reflects her personality.
It’s cheery and bright and you just cannot help but smile when you enter; however, after being in there for a few minutes, you begin to suffer symptoms of sensory overload.
Most night I cannot even find her in her bed. There’s so much junk in her bed that I have to pick through things to unearth my sleeping child. I don’t mean just stuffed animals. No, that would be almost normal. She also has books, blocks, dolls, and tea sets floating between the sheets.
She also jumbles at least three extra blankets in, on, and under her. Heaven forbid I try to put one away. You’d think I was tearing her away from a dear friend. She pleads their case and tells me how special they are to her.
FringeKid’s room is small, so we had to be creative with her stuff. FringeMan mounted her little bookcase to the wall in order to save some floorspace.
I purchased these little hooks last year when I was in Georgia and they may be my favorite thing in her room. She has a pink one mounted on the back of her other door. I got smart this time and hung them low so she can reach them and actually hang stuff up herself.
This was a before shot. We actually didn’t do much to her room except paint. FringeMan did rewire the room, but other than that, we just moved her junk in and hung pictures. Hers was an easy room.
I love easy.