I have been playing around with the entryway of the studio, and love the idea of adding a big hanging mirror! In true Jenni style, I bought multiple options: an oversized circle one, a thrifted hexagon one and a smaller wood one…but I can’t decide which one to put up. So I poked around the internet to find a little inspiration and there were SO MANY amazing ideas I had to share. The plan is to style up a couple different options and let you all pick your fave. Stay tuned. And in the meantime get inspired by these!
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This week I took my “liitle” nephew back-to-school shopping for his first day of…college, what?! My little buddy is all grow up. It’s has been a couple…well maybe more than a couple…years since I was in college, and I totally forgot how fun shopping for all your school gear is, although I make have gone overboard with my nephew. My goal was for him to come up with a signature style and statement pieces…he is a 19-year-old dude, so just wanted to get a backpack big enough to hold his books and some sneakers *eye roll*.
With all the college talk, it got me thinking about dorm room design, and about how if I knew everything I knew know, I would have the most decorated and DIY tricked out room at college. Since organization is key in a small space, I love the idea of incorporating wall grid into a homework station. It’s stylish and functional. I bought some a while back, and I think it time to set it up and deck it out in in supplies! Stay tuned.
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After I made this coffee table out of a slab of wood last year, I became a little obsessed with the look live edge wood. I love how it can break up the straight lines and bring a natural element into a space. My local Habitat for Humanity works with a nearby “farm”, The Urban Wood Lab, to re-purpose trees cut down in the area. They slice the tree vertically, plain and dry out giant live edge pieces for craftsman (and DIYers) to make tables, cabinets, countertop, floors…anything you can image. I’ve already bought two 9 foot slabs for more projects. Stay tuned to see what I make!
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