Printstagram & Love Flow

The other night’s HGTV ‘Love It or List It’ episode featured a couple having difficulty finding a new home with what they called ‘love flow’. The problem wasn’t with the perfectly functioning furniture-less homes they were touring but instead with the lack of understanding that homes don’t necessarily come pre-packaged with a magical homey feeling. ‘Love flow’ involves a comfortable, personalized living space and it is put there by the people who live in it.

Among many Pinterest DIY projects which will come in later posts, one of the first steps I took to add love flow to my apartment was print some of my favorite photographs. Naturally all of my best and artsy-ist photos are on Instagram so I felt like I hit the jackpot when I found Printstagram and was able to make prints directly from my account. The price is right for these cute little 4×4’s and the quality of paper/printing is spot on too.

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A Vintage Kitchen

Loving this space featured in Lonny Magazine’s new October issue that Logan Killen Interiors designed for TV producer-director Chris Fisher. The vintage-friendly space with warm colors, high ceilings, and natural light is clean and welcoming. And that green spice rack is definitely my favorite piece. Photo by Brie Williams.

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278 Days Later

So I realize it’s been a while since my last post–278 days to be exact. But that’s because I’ve been really, really busy. Really.

Now I’m back and better than ever to share my latest adventures in apartment renting and decorating. Stay tuned on the blog & social media for latest happenings and most importantly, THANKS for sticking with me through the hiatus!

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