(and her fabulous helper and right hand man, James.)
Okay, but wait, before I let her talk, I have to tell you that Megan’s home is absolutely gorgeous. If you haven’t visited her blog, do so NOW!
What, you are still here? Seriously! Look, here are just a few pictures from her home:
Okay, so you are back, and NOW without any further delay, Please welcome Megan!
Although I had admired Brittany’s handiwork and especially her boy’s reading nook for a long time from afar, I was thrilled to get to meet her in person at Blissdom. Needless to say, she is so down-to-earth and personable and really listens to you when you are talking. Eye contact and all. And she really is purely intent on showing her readers how they can accomplish the kinds of projects she does in her home in theirs!
What I’m sharing with you today is how I’ve used books as decor in our home. I love reading and have amassed quite a collection of books over the years. It’s funny how you can tell a lot about a person by the books they read. In my house, you would guess I’m into God/religion/spirituality, decor/interior design, parenting/babies, fashion, and cooking. My husband’s books are all about business, law, and history.
I’ve received a lot of inspiration for decorating with books from blogland and I especially love those “rainbow” bookshelves and wanted to try my hand at it. I’m pretty familiar with my books, so I’m sure I won’t have any trouble locating them even though they aren’t categorized by subject.
Here’s my rainbow bookshelf in the upstairs hallway. All I did was group the books into rainbow order by their spines and then arrange them on the shelf. I reworked it a couple of times, and ended up with this:
Thanks for having me Brittany!!
Be sure to check out some other ways you can “Fall in Love with Your Home!”