1/23/11

Weekend Thoughts

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Found on Pinterest from Absolutely Beautiful Things.

I hope your Sunday is extra special and a little bit cozy.
xoxo,
Rachel

13 comments:

garcia.sol said...

omg this is amazing! when and if i ever have kids, we're so doing this in the living room! This makes me happy :)

Moorea Seal said...

this is SO CUTE! oh my gosh. if i pop out a few little cutie kiddos in the future, this would be such a sweet way to decorate their room on a tight budget. just make the theme of the room "peter pan's lost boys adventure room!" thrift store items could fill up that cozy space perfectly.

<3 Moorea

Anne said...

That's like a childhood dream come true! Wonderful!!

Jenni Austria Germany said...

such a fun idea...i want to do that for my kids someday! :)

RachelDenbow said...

Moorea Seal,

Exactly!

Cedar said...

What a beautiful photo. I want to crawl in there myself!

K said...

I wish I had a spare matress and some adorable sheets so I could make my own fort like this, right now!

Andrea said...

This is very fun! forts are the best!

(the correct credit goes to http://www.flickr.com/photos/lissyl/)

Check out the rest of her stuff so wimiscal!

Amanda said...

So cozy! I'm regretting packing away all our Christmas lights when I see pictures like this...

We "re-styled" my DDs pack-n-play this week into a mini-fort, she is loving playing in it.

I also posted my latest vintagey finds and the baby book I know you would love!

Kathleen said...

ooo, can adults do this too? looks so comfy, i'd like to watch a movie and eat snacks all night in one of those my name is kathleen, I'm a new reader, I think i'll say here for a while if you don't mind :)

megan lane said...

so magical! i've already been thinking i'd love to build a fort with hubby this weekend, now it must be done. though i know it will not look so lovely!

morgan said...

ooooh i want one!

dizchik said...

there is an episode of Community where the students converted the entire school into a giant blanket fort. they had parades, sections were divided into social/ethnic cliques, everyone wore PJs, and they even had laws (ie: no farting allowed, 3 strikes and you were banned from the fort). it was hilarious and sooo cool!

oh and i recently discovered your blog, and lovin' it! keep it up!