Living in a small space can be a little bit demoralising when it comes to decorating – all that amazing inspiration you see in magazines or on Pinterest most often relies on big, open plan spaces and can be a little unrealistic for a small apartment or dorm room.
1. Morning Routine / Figure out your routine, whether its; journaling, making breakfast, showering, working out. Try to get into a routine similar to what you would do if you went into work. This helps to get your mind ready to work and adds consistency to your day. Something that sometimes can lack when working from home.
Minimalist style for dining room is always a good idea. Dining room need to be quiet place with good lighting. If you are fan of minimalist style this idea is right for you. Minimalist dining room are characterized by simple elegance and pleasant feeling while eating.
If you live in a little apartment or a small home, chances are high that you have that dreaded real estate term: the “galley kitchen.” Named after the narrow kitchens on ships, these rooms may be tight, but they’re also known for using what little space there is very efficiently.
In the spirit of super easy, space saving and thrifted DIYs, this leather hanging shelf ticks all the right boxes. Perfect for the new apartment overhaul! I love this project because it’s something you can use anywhere (bedroom, bathroom, tv room, ect) but you can pretty much make it out of scraps.
Home and interior DIY projects are a great place to start in the world of craft if you’re not feeling up to the challenge of crafting your own dress. And something that differs between home and fashion DIYs is that unlike an upstyled skirt, your new ladder wardrobe or hanging
Sitting cozy with a glass of wine watching a movie or nestled in reading a book, your couch is your comfort zone. Along with your favorite throw blankets and pillows, it makes your other living room pieces look and feel like home. I personally love couch styles that are spot on with the decor around it – being comfortable is also a plus!
As recent transplants to the land of trees, a.k.a. the Pacific Northwest (PNW), I was giddy with excitement to see a couple local saw mills offer raw edge wood slabs on the cheap. They never seem to have slabs big enough for a big dining table, but I couldn’t help but snatch up a few smaller cedar slabs to use for things like this bench!
If you’ve ever fantasized about doing something a bit “unconventional” to your kitchen — say, covering the backsplashes in Moroccan tiles or installing a wood-fired pizza oven — you might want to reconsider.