I have to admit, after reading each of your entries on this week’s giveaway from Delta faucets I kept hearing Liz Lemon saying “that’s a dealbreaker, ladies” in my head. Yes, I do constantly have 30 Rock on the brain. And if I had it also on my hands, the Touch 2O Technology in this week’s prize sure would come in handy (how was that for a segue?)
But we did pull ourselves away from playing with the easy hands-free fun of our new faucet to consult with random.org about who else would get to enjoy the simple pleasure of tapping their water on and off. And our random winner is… Dana Z (whose turn offs include bad teeth, bad breath and any other sort of poor dental hygiene). Congrats! And if you need any help installing your new prize, you can check out our play-by-play of it right here, or ever refer to Delta’s video tutorial.
And don’t worry if you weren’t this week’s lucky winner. On Monday we’re back with another giveaway as usual, but that prize will be more art than science (yes, that’s a clue)…
After spending time on the rest of her house, Allyson’s finally ready to transform her bedroom. Here’s her letter:
We’re very excited about our bedroom’s impending transformation! It’s essentially a blank canvas and we’ve spent a lot of time on the rest of our house, but haven’t made it to this room yet. I was trying to define “our style” when I saw the description of your nursery- it’s exactly what I was thinking!- “modern-meets-traditional (clean lines and punchy patterns without much stark white) also with a charming lived-in look.” Casual, lived-in, cozy, but modern-ish is perfect for us. We’re not afraid to go a little vintage, especially with accessories. We also like oversized art. We have a 4.5 month old son, so nothing too sharp or breakable (or only a few of those things). We need help with organization and storage. Most of the furniture needs to stay for the storage factor (the wicker chest can go) and the TV has to stay! We’d love a NEW NEW NEW wall color- and we would also be open to painting the furniture. We gravitate towards blues and greens of all shades. No patterns that are too busy, but we can certainly take some (we like stripes and modern patterns). Looking forward to your ideas! -Allyson
Here’s the plan:
And here’s the new layout suggestion:
Now for the mood board breakdown.
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