Home Decor: Initial Wall

The last space I have to share in my home tour is my little loft area.  However, it's not exactly picture ready.  I had it decorated a bit, but then the addition of my Peloton, and now with working from home, it pretty much back to being bare bones.  Minus the pile of things that used to be there, that need to find a new home, haha!  And while I do want to share a realistic home tour on how things look at this time, as I continue to make my house a home, it's just a little too blah for that.  I do hope to put one of these weekends at home to good use to, sprucing things up a bit, but for now, it is what it is.

However, I do still have a home post to share with you today!

As many of you know, my mom and I love to decorate together.  While we don't have exactly the same taste, I get a ton of ideas from her and am always turning to her to talk out design and decor ideas.

At home, my mom is constantly tweaking her decor, and one of those tweaks she has made is creating an initial wall.  

Over the last few years, my parents have been collecting different letter D's for this wall.  The letters come from all about the place - markets, antique malls, Hobby Lobby - you name it.  My mom always keeps an eye out when shopping, and if something catches her eye, she grabs it up to add to the wall.  Personally, I find decor projects like this fun.  You start out with a few items to get going, then you continually have something to look for when you are out and about.  It's like a treasure hunt!

And I think it has come together so very nicely!  I love the collected feel it has.  It personalizes the space, and adds color and texture.  I might just have to find a place to make one for myself in home!

Linking up with Erika.        


  1. Stumbled upon your blog for the first time today. Enjoyed it!

  2. Oh I love this so much! Your momma always has the best ideas! That might also give you an idea for gifts for her in the future... you could always keep your eyes open for anything with a D on it, too!