I thrift a lot. I’m a sucker for great deals-clearance signs draw me in like a magnet. I also love change, at least changing my decor, and I do it every month if not more often. So I am frequently bringing new things into my home to fit my lastest decorating craze.
The problem is, I have a very small home and things fill up fast. I don’t have very many walls to work with so when I want to change one thing everything changes…does that make sense?
For instance, my wall above the dinning table is the biggest wall in the apartment and for the last year it has been a slowly evolving gallery wall (I love that style!)…
and although I still love how it looked I got bored and wanted more color and texture on the wall- so I added burlap and took most of the frames down. So now I have a BUNCH of frames I’m not using, just storing under the bed. : /
Besides frames and prettys for my shelf and mantle…
|See more autumn decoration HERE|
…I also love finding good deals on clothes! So the clutter and stuff start piling up everywhere and it’s a pain to take care of and a stress to find places to store it. So my Small Space Living tip this week is:
ick, I can’t believe I’m showing you all this. So embarrassing!
|The closet is a great place to hang posters that don’t match the decor but you cant get rid of.|
|Purses neatly hung-I got rid of a few!|
|things are neatly hung and folded. I added boxes and baskets to my hanging organizer (that use to be overly stuffed with who knows what!) to hold hats, gloves and laundry supplies|
Next on the chopping block-our living room closet, under the bed, and the kitchen cabinets.
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