HOME TOUR

Welcome to our home! We currently live in little 1,000 square foot 1850s row house in Philadelphia. We're constantly on a mission to make this space into a cozy home that feels like "us." So while there may be no major remodeling here (we're renters!), we're not afraid to take on a wallet-friendly project or two to transform this space. It's a work-in-progress. I hope you enjoy touring our home, and don't hesitate to contact me if you have any questions! 


Our kitchen, dining area and living room are part of one big (ok, it's actually rather petite) open floor plan that takes up the entire first floor. There are no closets on this level, so we've had to get creative when it comes to storage.



In an effort to lighten up that big, brown, blah tile wall, one of the first projects I did was cover the upper half with beadboard wallpaper (using removable, renter-friendly double stick tape!).



This secretary desk in our dining area is a workhorse. It's holds our dry goods, table linens, craft supplies and tupperware among many other things.



Our bedroom has undergone a few changes recently, so it doesn't look exactly like this anymore, but I love this room! It gets great light and is a cozy place to rest our heads at night.







I work from home, so I log about eight hours a day in the office. It's been a fun challenge to make the space both functional and pretty, and with the recent addition of a new rug, I think it's there. "Light and bright" is the name of the game here.








 
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