There's always something about filling up shelves with mismatched items :) This is actually our cupboard under the stairs where we
hide the boy who lived store most of our home decorations.
I'm not a stuffed toys gal but I find these things funny and amusing (they sing and dance when you press that white button!), especially when I'm in a need of a quick laugh/pick-me-up before I head upstairs. I know, I'm shallow like that.
My mom's on point ceramics game. Even before she likes to buy these pretty ceramic plates and use them as living room decorations. She always gets these in Duty Free or Rustan's.
One of the wreaths hanging around the house
When I was little, I hated spending time in our own house because I thought it was too quiet and clean for me. I spent most of my childhood in my lola's house where it's almost always noisy, messy, and filled with rowdy children like me, so you can imagine the adjustment that I had to go through and the boredom I felt whenever I stayed at this home (don't even mention Holy Week!). But when I entered college and maturity started to kick in, I suddenly became introverted; now I find so much pleasure in being alone or just simply being with people I could think out loud in front of (mi familia). Now I think I can get through a month without going out of the house—just give me my family and a month's worth of food supplies. And a high-speed internet for my weekly dose of The Walking Dead. :P
On another note, this is also why I'm taking up interior design. I love that this career will allow me to transform spaces and improve lives... and make people actually enjoy staying at home.