I found this beautiful pair of beveledÂ windows at an overly crowded vintage store in Cleveland. Â I had trouble finding them a home in the apartment, so for now they Â are helping to drive the eye up to our tallÂ ceilingsÂ by sitting on top of the kitchen cabinets. Â Originally I was searching for aÂ stain glassÂ window, but I fell in love with the simplicity and lines of these windows.
I have owned a chandelier for 1 year, 2 months and it just now made it above my table, where it belongs. Â I spent an entire year dreaming of owning a chandelier for my apartment after graduation. Â Becoming obsessed with the idea I found one and purchased it. Â She sat and waited, in a closet, until the day I graduated, entered the working world and moved into an apartment. Â Instead of being immediately hung she sat in a corner for 3 months until this weekend my darling brother came and hung her for all to see.
I inherited these fantastic fruitwood chairs from our family friends. Â All they needed was a little love with new padding and fabric. Â I must admit this was my first time recovering chairs but, with help from my experienced mother I was successful and ended up with beautiful new chairs.
I love organization. Â I have dividers in my bathroom drawers and I color coordinate my closet. Â Everything needs to have a place and I will fidget with it until it is easy- even the junk drawer. Â So obviously anything that gets items off the counter and is still easy to access for everyday use is a HUGE YES for me. Â This DIY Mason Jar Organizer does just that! Â Gets clutter off the counter and out of the cabinets in a cute and organized way, while making it easy to access.I do wish I would have spent more time searching for fun antique mason jars but I was on a timeline before the big move to Indianapolis so i just bought these short mason ball jarsÂ at Walmart. Â If you have time, here is a great article on places to find mason jars for a good priceÂ 5 Places to Find Free or Cheap Mason jars.