I fell in love with my vintage craftsman because it has original character with remodeled luxuries. It was tricky to decorate, as the living area is two smaller rooms instead of one larger one. I love the built in bookcases and bar, so I made it work for my needs. I thought I would share how I resolved the decor, as I will probably be moving soon and start with a new space again! I have supplied links to products when possible if you are interested in getting similar items.
|[Chair - garage sale vintage. Pillow - handmade. Clock - Modcloth. Entrytable - Too by BluDot for Target]|
|[Chairs - Cokas Diko. Side Table - Garage sale vintage / upcycled. Floor pouf - Target. Lamp - Japantown SF. "Aloha" Wall Art - EverythingisJake]|
|[Couch - Pennie Sofa by Crate and Barrel. Coffee table / art bench - vintage. Lamp - vintage. Brown Table - vintage. White table - Ikea. Rug - West Elm.]|
|[Pillows - Marimekko, Ikea, and handmade with Lotta Jansdotter fabric. Painting by Amberlee Rosolowich and represented by the Hespe Gallery in SF.]|
|[DIY Wall Art from previous post here. Green house - Ikea. Small table - Cokas Diko]|
|[Chair - Crate and Barrel Como Chair in Houndstooth Gray & White. Pillow - handmade. Wall art - handmade using pipes that were unusable. Vintage items in cabinet - available for purchase at Upcountry Vintage]|
A lot of my decorating style is based on the things I have learned from the blog Apartment Therapy. It's a great one to visit if you are looking for ideas how to decorate and solve small space problems! I have also done the "Home Cure" book/blog challenge written by the author of apartment therapy, if you are looking to really get your home decor and organization dialed in, you should check it out.