I agree with cakekick...resist the urge to fully furnish your house right away. When my husband and I bought our condo, we purchased some bare necessities on the cheap and made no decisions (i.e. paint, art) right away. Since then, we have slowly replaced our temporary furnishings as we've built up our budget (and figured out our style). It's okay to live with a blank(ish) slate for a while. Start reading blogs like Desire to Inspire in the meantime!
Apartment Therapy New York | NY Good Questions: How Should I Decorate My Apartment?
|4/15/08 8:29 AM|
What a gorgeous space!
Apartment Therapy Chicago | CHI House Tour: Arthur's Long Distance Home#comments
|3/13/08 9:23 AM|
Wash your hands. With soap.
Apartment Therapy Chicago | Bathroom Etiquette
|3/13/08 9:04 AM|
Thanks TowerGirl! I'm glad it's holding up well so far. We have the cardboard scratch boxes, but our cats like variety I guess! Their claws sound like little machine guns on our couch. It's very disconcerting to wake up in the middle of the night to that sound.
Apartment Therapy - Good Questions: Where Can I Find a Day/Sofa Bed ?
|11/30/07 10:52 AM|
TowerGirl, where did you get that sofa? I really like it! A few questions - is it leather or vinyl? Have you had trouble keeping the white bright? My husband and I want to buy a white leather sofa (with four cats, we're sick of our fabric Ikea Klippan being a hair magnet/scratching post) but not if it starts looking dingy.
Apartment Therapy - Good Questions: Where Can I Find a Day/Sofa Bed ?#comments
|11/30/07 3:55 AM|