Back when I was a kid, I did some weird things. I would attempt to booby-trap the basement, for example, but I always chose yarn as the main material. For some reason I thought this was brilliant: "YARN! It will be so tricky!" And then my mom would just open the door like it was nothing, and I would be sad.
One other thing that seemed weird at the time but makes sense in retrospect, was my love for making up clients and decorating their homes. I would get elaborate. Not only would I draw out the floor plan for their entire mansion (all of my clients were very wealthy) and meticulously include furniture, but then I would explain their entire life story.
Anyway, you can probably guess what I've gotten back into:
In my defense, I didn't make up any people. I just made up the room in an imaginary house, which is a big step toward normal, yes?
White cabinets are my favorite things ever, and I'm loving the glass fronts here. They act like more windows and make the room feel open and airy. The pops of turquoise are fun, as is the bold rug that also keeps things from being too match-y. And that light fixture. Come to mama. I decided that these hypothetical clients were sticking to a realistic budget, too. Prices and source links can be found here.
What quirks did you have as a kid? Anybody else prematurely into interior design? Or yarn booby-traps? Whaddya think about this delicious kitchen?