I have been living in Dublin for nearly three months now, and have been loving every minute of it. Moving into a new house (let alone a new city) is always a very exciting time, and I am having so much fun decorating my new space and making it feel like home. Some of you may have seen my Closet Inspiration post I featured a few months back, and I am happy to say that I am very nearly finished with my wardrobe, and I cant wait to share it with you all. In the meantime, I have come to posses the most beautiful little dressing table, which my boyfriend found in a charity shop (thanks, Yoseph!) for a bargain price. I honestly couldn't believe my luck when I came home to it, its just perfect!
Since I spend so much time writing, blogging, and researching on my laptop, having a good working space is very important to me, as is having somewhere nice to sit down and get ready for the day ahead. Now that I have something to work with, I am going to start making up my own little vanity/writing area, and I will be sharing it with you all when its finished. As with my closet space, I am only working with a small budget, so expect to see some bargain finds and thrifty ideas in there!
I have been trawling Pinterest for inspiration, and I have come up with some simple ideas to work with for a small space. Have a look at the pictures below to get an idea of what I mean ~ my ideal desk would be a mix of these office and vanity styles:
Aren't they beautiful? I just love the clean, white features, and the wall collages add that little bit of character and colour, it's the perfect working space! I have always loved making collages at home, and I'm going in search of a nice pin board to decorate into my own little inspiration board. I made one for my old apartment last year and it really helped keep me motivated and inspired, so I'm very excited to make another one!
I will do a feature on my vanity/writing area as soon as its finished, and until then, keep an eye out for my wardrobe feature, which should be coming up in the next week or so, along with some more little interiors features to follow.
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