My apartment is great, and I feel lucky to have the space we have, but there is one eyesore I can’t get past. We have a large AC unit on our TV wall and I don’t think I can stand looking at it anymore! I’ve never been an indoor plant person (with the exception of my beloved terrarium air plant) but fiddle leaf fig trees are so commonly used in interiors these days, I’m considering giving it a try. Who needs a puppy when you can have a fiddle who, research shows, can require just as much maintenance. These apartment photos are quick photoshop doodads, just to help me get an idea of the effect. Inspiration images below…
Chair, Serena & Lily | Stools, Serena & Lily | Floating Shelves, West Elm & Container Store | TV Cabinet, Ikea
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Posted in Art, Before and After, DIY, Interior Design, Living Rooms, My Apartment
Tagged AC Unit, Baskets, Crate & Barrel, Fiddle Leaf Fig Tree, Floating Shelves, Indoor Plants, Planters, Target, Trees, TV Wall
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While my iPhone case has been up for debate… my coworker calling it an easter egg and my mom poo poo’ing it, i think it is awesome and when I saw the door above, i knew it was proof.
Minnie & Emma
More examples… Etsy Skirt
Is this bad boy.
I can definitely see it being an awesome DIY as well.
2013 New Years Resolution: be more creative with materials.
Florescent Spray Paint
Gold Spray Paint
Little boys room pillow
J & M pillows
I’ve always been a fan of monogramming but to some it can seem a bit stuffy and over the top. When done in such an adorable way as seen below, how are you not tempted to add it to your collection of pillows?
Who else but Serena & Lily?
More Serena & Lily
Last weekend was a wedding weekend for me so I’m feeling inspired by these beautiful images. I definitely want some homemade touches as I’ve always been crafty but with the amount of time all of that takes, I do not know how people do it!
To the moon and back.
And the wedding’s in Nashville.
Love the flower top
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I absolutely love the image above designed by Moises Esquenazi & Associates. The whole scene is perfect. But more than that, the door looks like it could be a potential DIY project. Instead of just wishing for something, I’ve learned this past year through blogs that creating something instead of just pining for something is possible. You just have to get a little creative, find inspiration, and take a chance!
Inspired by Belladwella’s door makeover, I think it’s possible!