If you missed the news... in about a month I will be moving to DC. I am so excited for this next adventure, but you may recall that I just moved a few months ago... I had been planning to share my "current" space (actually moving out today, so it's not even my "current space" anymore) with all of you. I really fell in love with this little room of mine, and even though it is no longer my room, I decided to share it anyways.
When I first moved in- this room was puke green... it made me sick just being in there. So I kindly asked if I could paint it an off-white. It put the move on hold and it was a lot of work, but it was well worth it. The fresh, white walls were just what I needed.
I have been collecting vintage trinkets, postcards from my travels, prints from local artists, and other baubles to decorate my space with for the past few years. I loved having somewhere I could display what I've collected, proudly. This wall was supposed to be my "gallery wall" but I wasn't ever able to complete it. I realize it's a bit (or a lot) too symmetrical, I had plans to mess it up a little, they just never happened.
Of course I have a fox statue, found it at a thrift store. *fist bump*
Pressed flowers from my cabin
vintage postcard in a vintage frame
I designed this bed when I was 11 and my dad built it for me. I'm little, so a twin is all I need still, plus, I love the history behind it.
I also loved having a space to put my clothing rack to good use. It is so fun having my favorite items on display.
I also really enjoyed my "hat wall".
This pillow is from Target, it was a Christmas gift from my sister. she gets me. It doesn't seem to be available online (at least not anymore), but check in stores!
I know it's nothing fancy, I didn't even remember to bring my camera over to take decent photos, but I love it just the same. My next room is sure to be almost identical. I'll be living out of a suitcase at my parents for the next month until my big move, so this room will definitely be missed.
I will be sure to keep you all updated!