it's very you!

What does that mean?

Is it a compliment or a polite way of saying,
'Ye Gads! Who in their right mind would get rid of two very functional but horribly boring brown, sliding wardrobe doors and replace them with topsy-turvy curtains made from a couple of old table cloths, a sheet and some ticking?
I'm going to take it as a there!


  1. Dear Jus
    I can imagine the brown of the doors and I doubt very much that it was "you".
    However this delight of colour and loveliness is exactly how I imagine your wardrobe might look!
    Have a great week,
    Denise x
    (I've not tried the 3 columns yet, though I did look and the instructions were long and detailed so I have to return when I can follow them to the letter!)

  2. Well, I think it could be 'very me', too - it's great!

    My boys do tend to look at things and say: 'that's very mummy', so I guess I get it too!

  3. Why not? :-) Trying to decide what to do with our wardrobes at the moment...

    Love the wooden hanger - an excellent idea - I need one of those.

  4. That curtain is totally up my street. I love a bit of a hotch potch and yours is very pretty indeed. Clever you.

  5. It's definitely a compliment, nothing wrong with being creative.

  6. Doesn't it mean - I'm not brave enough to tell you what I really think, so I'm going to be vague. What were you thinking Jus- brown furniture is so fabulous in it's dark dreariness. Whereas pretty cloths should be hidden away in case they offend. Love them and your style.

    Lisa x

  7. Ooh, I like it! The whole thing looks lovely.

    Thanks for stopping by my (Fraggleless) blog and leaving a comment. Have a great night, well whatever time it is I hope it's great!