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Showing posts from March, 2015

Small Space Tour: Theresa's 3rd Floor Brownstone Apartment

Theresa, the blogger behind Sunsets & Cheese and another one of my favorite Instagrammers , lives in this lovely little space – a converted 3-bedroom on the 3rd floor of a tiny brownstone in Sunset Park, Brooklyn. I love her dining room! (It makes me consider turning my front room into a formal dining room.) Those beautiful wood floors, the high ceilings, the sunshine coming in through the tall windows! Gorgeous. ...But it wasn't always so.

#TBT Tour my very first dorm at UCM

Here it is: my first ever dorm room. I spent only a semester at the University of Central Missouri before realizing that I wasn't quite sure what I wanted to do with my life and paying out-of-state tuition was just too expensive as an Undecided major.  My roomie and I were both Interior Design majors, so we collaborated a lot online to figure out what our color scheme and overall theme would be. We decided on a red and orange scheme, with bits of brown and green thrown in.

$20 DIY Inspiration Board (AKA: How I turned a funeral home display board into my office inspiration board)

I've been on a roll when it comes to decorating my office / library lately. And for good cause: I spend a lot of time in here. On the weekends, G and I find ourselves in the kitchen and living room a lot. But on the weekdays, I come home from work, eat a quick bite, and often end up blogging or novel writing at my desk before retiring to the bedroom. So I need this office to be pretty. Stat.

Small Space Tour: Sara's "Studio Style" in D.C.

Today I'm very excited to feature the apartment of one of my favorite bloggers and Instagramers: Sara of Studio Style Blog . A young professional in Washington, D.C., Sara lives in a quaint studio apartment where she decorates and DIYs to her heart's content. Her lovely little space is truly one of the best examples of how to make the most of square footage, combine personality and style, and stay budget friendly. I love her projects, mix-and-match approach, and taste for vintage. Without further ado, let's start at the front door: