I am the biggest sucker when it comes to stationary. I can’t leave an Anthropologie or a Target without buying a notebook or a card set or SOMETHING. There are so many pretty styles out there, it almost seems like a disservice to the charming artwork and clever sayings on the cards to keep them hidden away in a desk drawer. So, when I moved into my studio, I decided I would display it all.
Frames can be expensive, and when you’re talking about creating a gallery wall with 15 or more frames, the dollar signs add up quickly. But, it is possible to create a gallery wall (including the art!) for under $150. Here’s how… (more…)
This past September I moved into a studio apartment – the first studio apartment I have lived in. A big design challenge was finding a way to separate my “bedroom” area from my living area.
A bookshelf wall acts as the main divider between the two spaces, but I still wasn’t crazy about walking into my apartment and having my bed be right there. I knew I wanted some sort of a divider between my bed and front door, but I didn’t want it to feel too closed off or to be an eye-sore. After having no luck finding anything online and in stores that would accomplish the look I was going for, I decided to create something!