As much as I love decor and design, I'll be the first to admit that sometimes I just don't feel like spending money for something new. Especially if the new item doesn't match (or surpass) the quality and uniqueness of the old one.
Having said that, I have this mirror in my dining room that had been grating on my nerves for some time. It's a nice, sturdy, and rather large piece that I got for a steal at a going-out-of-business sale years ago. But as my tastes have shifted over the years, this mirror simply did not keep up.
Regular readers of this blog already know that I've been planning a girls night in for a few of my friends. After carefully going over all the details, I'm happy to say that it was a hit!
If you're planning to entertain a few people in your small space, here are some tips on how to treat your guests to an unforgettable experience.
I bet no one is more excited than me to be moving on from the Kitchen Organization challenge. Whew! A lot of work, but entirely worth it. For those of you who missed it, click here. Now on to the next room...
In today's modern world, the dining room is not what it used to be. While they're still a prominent feature in nearly every home, more families are eating in front of the television these days, which has dramatically changed the function of this room.
I love the challenges that come with designing small spaces. Atmospheres that require hours of styling to produce in large rooms, are remarkable easy to create in tight quarters. They are naturally endowed with elements like intimacy, warmth, and ambiance. A small dining room or nook is a great place to play up all of these features. But it all starts with the table. Small dining room tables are this weeks' inspiration.
Welcome to "my place". I'm Ola, a self-confessed décor addict and DIY think-tank. I love working with small spaces. Please make yourself comfortable, and let's get to know one another better.
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