Now before I begin this post, I want to state, I have not received any of these items in person yet. Some of them are not coming until the beginning to mid-August. So, the pictures are from Amazon and HOM Furniture where I got the pieces. But I’m really excited about this fact and since I’m blogging every day this month, I thought this was a great time to talk about it. Especially since this week’s theme seems to be “exploring new things.” And purchasing my own furniture would count as that. I don’t know if this theme will continue for the rest of the week, but might as well continue with it.
There are some areas that I have no problems making it look put together and how I want it. And then there’s my common area (dining room, study, and living room) that I just am currently at a loss for how to finish the space. And mainly it’s just I feel like it’s really empty, which I know is not a problem it’s not something I’m not used to. I had maybe a foot of walking room before, so suddenly having space just feels off.
My bedroom is one space that I wanted to be a mixture of relaxing and have tons of my personality everywhere from the artwork to little pop culture references. Excuse the not made bed, Pixie likes to unmake it. And I’m not embarrassed that my room isn’t perfect. I really like how it looks so far. I still have some stuff in here to unpack or get rid of but I thought I would show the start of turning my room into a sanctuary.
One thing I’ve love to decorate in the living rooms are coffee tables. Growing up my parents never decorated our coffee table, and it’s always something I enjoy when watching HGTV or scrolling through the home design tag on Pinterest. So I thought I would explore this topic how how to style your coffee table.
I’ve been looking up a lot of ways to style an apartment balcony since within the next few months I’ll be headed to one of my own. Most apartments have one which is a small little space, but I want to make it as charming as possible. I also live in Minnesota so I don’t want to have too much on a balcony where issues would happen. And I can’t wait to transform that space into some magical, but before I do that here are just a few ideas of how to create an amazing balcony space for your apartment.
When you enter your home or apartment, the very first thing anyone will notice is the entry way. You want it to make a statement without it getting in the way. If you don’t have a lot of place, you don’t want any big furniture that makes the space even smaller. Especially if you live in a state where people need to take off boots or coats, or if you have delivers to bring in. You need the space open up to accommodate for this activity. But if you do have a more open area, you can totally add these types of pieces that can be used to make that statement as well as serve as a place to drop things off. So how do you make that statement area in your entry way?