This is what I do in my spare time. I move the couches and tables around every few weeks. The living room is a blank slate. It’s easy to make the room bigger or smaller depending on my tastes at the time. Do you like the evidence of Gwen?
Every several months or so I will rearrange the sitting area of our bedroom. We have a huge Cal-King Tempur-Pedic bed. We have to be happy where it is because there’s no moving it. So it’s fun to change the rest of the room.
The family room can’t be changed either. We have a large sectional couch that was perfect for our spacious family room in Utah. It takes up the entire family room in our house now. Much like our neighborhood, there is only one way in the room and one way out. This includes a walk in front of the TV. Which is annoying to anyone watching but is grounds for infanticide when Heath is watching any live BYU game. Ever since we moved to this house Heath has wanted to change the couch in the family room. It’s too big. One day . . .
Until then the baby dolls will be snug in their “beds.”
This would be the only downside to all the changes I’ve made. This big stack of pictures need to find new homes on the wall. For now they live on my floor next to Gavin’s telescope that is fairly homeless on its own.
It’s amazing how much of a difference little changes can make.