Six Ways to Make Your Apartment Your Own

If you're single, young, or just love living in the city, chances are you rent an apartment. Growing up, I had fantasies of moving to a hip apartment in the city, lofted, brick walls, hardwood floors, and subway tile. I'm sure many people had this same fantasy. TV shows and movies glamourize this idea of what … Continue reading Six Ways to Make Your Apartment Your Own

The Beauty of Built-Ins

Aside from the common misconception of Interior Design being all about picking out paint colors and fabrics, designers focus on a lot of problem solving, which utilized both creative and analytic abilities. One of the challenges of Interior Design is finding a balance between beauty and practicality when it comes to storage. So how do designers approach this … Continue reading The Beauty of Built-Ins

Eight Design Tricks to Use When You Don’t Have a Headboard

One of the main tips to decorating a bedroom is that you should have a headboard. You may have passed without one in college, but if you want to have a dreamy bedroom, you HAVE to have a headboard. Why is this so important? It's just a headboard. The bed is the largest and most … Continue reading Eight Design Tricks to Use When You Don’t Have a Headboard

Twelve Eco Thanksgiving Decorations

Thanksgiving is just around the corner! If you happen to be hosting Thanksgiving this year, you've probably spent a good deal of time figuring out what you're cooking for this fall feast. Food is half of hosting challenge though. The other half is creating a special space for your guests. A space that feels warm, … Continue reading Twelve Eco Thanksgiving Decorations

How to Feng Shui your Studio Apartment

Let's face it, not all of us can afford a one or two bedroom apartment as soon as we graduate college and move away from home. In booming cities, the demand of a good location alone can mean having a studio apartment as your only option. Studio apartments are not only growing in popularity because … Continue reading How to Feng Shui your Studio Apartment

The Room by Room Guide to Decorating your Studio Apartment on a Budget

Your first apartment...freedom, confidence, excitement....lack of space. Most likely, if you're an urban millennial and moving into your first apartment, a studio apartment is all you can afford. You may bypass the minimal square footage at first, because the excitement of living on your own, in a big city no less, overshadows this issue. After the … Continue reading The Room by Room Guide to Decorating your Studio Apartment on a Budget

Maximizing Your Tiny Kitchen

Hello blogging world! So sorry I've been away for so long, but I promise it's a good excuse.... My boyfriend and I recently moved across the country, leaving our quaint and cozy hometown of St. Charles, Illinois to live life on the west coast in Seattle, Washington! It's a BIG change, and we've been busy … Continue reading Maximizing Your Tiny Kitchen