“Without a doubt, Spring season pulls out the desire to transform my place into what appears to be a newly remodeled abode. To achieve a refreshing revamp on your place, add a few of these touches.”
|1) Whether it’s a faux floral arrangement or authentic, adding this to an end table can lighten up the room. Adding a throw over the end of a couch makes the room feel a little cozier and “home-like.”|
|2) A large area rug, such as this metallic cow hide by nuLOOM, completely transforms a drab room into a chic set-up.|
|3) Throw pillows with bold prints (I’m in love with the Greek print right now) and neutral colors glam up a rather boring couch and pull the room together.|
|4) If you live in an apartment or condo (or just don’t have a lot of space), add some personality by buying some bookshelves or cube storage pieces where you can place items that represent who you are.|
|5) I transformed wine bottles into a DIY decor piece by simply painting them black and gold.|
|6) Revitalize a dining room table with a serving tray filled with candles and a floral arrangement. There’s always something refreshing about having fresh flowers in the home at all times.|
|7) White bedding gives a fresh, clean look to a bedroom. Paired with brightly colored petal pillows and a faux fur throw, it feels comfortable yet chic.|
|Goldie Cowhide Rug by nuLOOM|
“Much like my new-found addiction to Empire and Skinny Cow Snickerdoodle ice cream sandwiches, my obsession with monstrous holes cut out of my skinny jeans is evident.”
It’s no secret that I love a good ol’ denim shirt, like this one by Mavi. What’s better than that? Not wearing a bra. Over the course of my brassiere-wearing life, it was assumed that it was a necessary item that I absolutely must wear every single day. Little did I know that those who are less inclined in the chest region don’t really need to wear a boulder holder to operate. This news is amaze balls to me. While it’s evident that I love wandering around bra-less throughout the streets of Miami (it’s not as bad as it sounds), there’s something I love even more…ripped denim jeans.
Much like my new-found addiction to Empire and Skinny Cow Snickerdoodle ice cream sandwiches, my obsession with monstrous holes cut out of my skinny jeans is evident. Despite multiple people inquiring about whether or not I purchased them that way or not, I rock them with no shame. You better werk. I’m also quite the sucker for a completely monochromatic look (see exhibit A-F from all previous blog posts).