Welcome! It’s been about 2.5 months since we sold our 610 sq ft Downtown Boston condo and boy do I miss the conveniences of living in the city but am welcoming with arms wide open November 29, 2012-the day when we close on our 2,200 sq ft. single family home in North Carolina! To put our move in perspective and give you a peak at my design style and limited space, feast your eyes on this. We spent many hours decluttering and staging our condo and it worked wonders; our condo sold in a mere 8 days with just about a full-price offer!
For anyone looking to maximize space in a small apartment, find pieces that double in function. This dining room table, for example, served as a table and also stored cookbooks and decorative pieces. The sheer metallic curtains were a great find at the one and only
Todd Farm in Rowley, MA (held every Sunday from Easter through Thanksgiving)-get there early for all the best picks!
West Elm’s glass jar pendant in Sea Green gives off a great, subtle and warm light and was only $99. The vintage chic bookshelf was purchased at one of my favorite discount sites, Joss and Main. We used it to display all our barware and it was perfect for storing all our goods and more!
Stay tuned for more Downtown decor tomorrow showcasing paint colors that open up small spaces and more dual function furniture!
Thanks for stopping by-cheers!