The bits of art throughout this house add character in such a way that I feel as if each print, ceramic vase, and little knick-knack is a personal gift from a close friend who really understands the taste of the beneficiary. I like how this space is replete with personality without overpowering the beautiful blank spaces. I’m not a fan of clutter.
I think the layered rugs (a somewhat recent trend) are done really well here in the main common living space. I was surprised to like this room overall because I’m really not a friend of pink, but I enjoy the pink tones in this room. Above, I find comfort in how simple the dresser is and how rebellious the frames are set up against the wall instead of hanging upon it. This is a very rent-friendly solution to displaying larger prints or paintings.
Open shelving, in the kitchen or the bedroom, causes one to be very thorough and thoughtful in their decisions. The dishes, flowers, and pieces of art you stock your shelves with must be compatible with the overall home’s style or you run the risk of your bedroom or kitchen looking untidy. Ample shelving is also a great reminder to dust weekly.
I dream about owning a little “shower plank” (as I call these) in my tub. I’m nervous to put any electronic device on it, but a good old-fashioned print book (you know they still make those) and a candle would really make my herbal bath soak experience that much more enjoyable. I may have to DIY a solution as the part of the tub which connects to the wall is very slender and most shower planks don’t fit correctly. Have you any suggestions for making my own plank?