The apartment is delightful. There is tons of space for both my housemate and I to co-exist, and my own bedroom has been turned into a delightful haven where I enjoy spending most of my time writing, reading, or watching (shamefully, I might add) Dawson's Creek. Don't judge too harshly. The show made a Derrida reference the other day.
And yes, rewatching Dawson's Creek is a bit of a blast from my past, but I think I can excuse my wildly immature taste in teen dramas because the very adult style of the apartment makes up for any misjudgments in the visually fictional realms which I inhabit.
|Couch, Coffee Table, End Table: brought from Ontario (belongs to my housemate)|
Chairs: Kijiji purchase $50/peice.
|Bookshelf: Ikea - brought from Ontario - belongs to housemate|
Red and Yellow plants: Ikea: $10
|Minimalist Dining/Study Area|
|The colours are bright and complimentary, making me feel alive when I am in my room.|
|A perfect Study area.|
|Obviously the only way to organize shoes..|
And check out those cute little coat hangers my mom purchased for me last year;
super vintage looking.
|Photo frame, vases and orange candle on bookshelf to add a flare of adorable.|
Words on the frame to remind me of God's promises.
|And obviously, every room is in need of a little foliage.|
|Nestled between books: my basket of yarn. It is also currently topped with my crochet projects.|
|Reading Nook. Chair belonged to my housemate's grandma.|
|Accents and pretty flower pots.|
|Contrasts. The candle smells like mangoes and vanilla. Yum!|
And, for all you hockey fans out there: you'll be thrilled to know that my Housemate brought along a little bit of her favourite Ontario team....
|photo via my housemate's Facebook page.|