Tuesday, March 26, 2013

B Decorating: A blank canvas

Finally after a few quick short moves I've signed a lease for an apartment I can call mine. This is the beginning of the "finally, I really live in Seattle" process. My new place is in the perfect area I was looking for though on the small size. Some would freak out at the 400 square feet limitations but I'm looking forward to settling in my new home.

A small space is very personal so I'm choosing my items carefully ensuring I'll love being home. This article from Apartment Therapy gave me great ideas on what is necessary to splurge on (like good bath towels) to feel luxurious in my small space. Don't think this will be the last you'll hear from me when it comes to home decor. I've been dreaming of floor plans all week. What do you splurge on to make yourself feel home?
Monochromatic color scheme keeps the room feeling bigger.

Furniture strategically configured creates two spaces in one.

Every item has a personality and story.

2 comments:

Anael said...

Congratulations! I can't wait to see the final outcome once it's all decorated. Apartment Therapy is definitely a great resource for ideas on decorating small spaces. I used to go on there alll the time!

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Ethan White said...

You really can't go wrong if you hire a decorator. We redid our whole house and a decorator made all the difference. She found pieces for us that we would have never even seen, all our colors blend so nicely. No white walls for us! With needing so much, I would hire a decorator and put in pieces as you can afford them. To get more info please visit help-essay.com/dissertation-proposal.

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