My Creature Comforts


Hello lovely friends! I hope you are keeping cozy and warm today. I thought it would be fun to share a few of my personal creature comforts that are making me feel happy in my home lately. First up, my bedroom. After resembling a black hole for almost a year, I finally managed to get it looking like an actual room last week. I hung up some art, used a cheep-o scarf to brighten up the end of my bed, and put up my DIY neon twine-wrapped pendant light (among other things). I still plan to paint, hang new curtains, and find an awesome rug to cover the cold tile floors…but for now, I’m content to finally have a livable room again!


Next, one of my favorite purchases from years ago is this “faux metal” cuckoo clock. I’ve had it for so long that I can’t remember where I got it from (maybe Urban Outfitters). I tried to find an active link to share with you all, but I struck out. Let me know if any of you find it!


And lastly, a sneak peek at a sweet little DIY project I’m working on for next week (I’m loving those bright colors)! I can’t wait to share it with you! Thanks for stopping by. Have a beautiful day! xo Ez

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  1. Ann Louise / / Reply

    I love the bright touches—yet it still looks like a calm and soothing space!

  2. Silvia / / Reply

    Adore your bedroom. Great idea to use a scar to brighten up the bed. I’ll be on the look out for a pretty scarf now :)

    Thanks for sharing!
    Happy almost weekend <3

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  5. maggie / / Reply

    did you X out the profanity on the actual print on your wall, or only in post? just curious :)

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      Ez / / Reply

      Ha! Good question (and good eye Maggie). It’s actually a funny story. I bought the print for my daughter a couple years ago. Somehow I managed to miss seeing the swear right in the middle of the piece, and didn’t discover it until I opened my order. I’m not personally put off by a little salty language, but it didn’t seem suitable for my daughter’s room, so I used neon tape to X-out the word. A couple years later it has now migrated over to my room, and since the details in my room are pink, I decided the neon tape should stay. :-) xo

      • maggie / /

        I thought the censorship was cute and am glad that it was done “in real life,” even though I, too, have no problem with salty language. In fact, after seeing this post, I promptly went and bought the same poster- so thank you!

  6. Ros / / Reply

    The artwork caught my eye too. Just had a quick look at the link – love this work! I like your story about it too! I like how you photographed the bed messy. I would have spent blooming ages trying to make the bed covers look “pristine”! Enjoy your new room :)

  7. Jennifer Young / / Reply

    So fun, Ez! Love seeing peeks into your home! xo

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