In my previous post about the Studio + Guest Room's sleeper sofa, I mentioned the need to get creative and cheap to bring my mood board to life in this room. I've started to take baby steps in that direction.
"Baby steps...baby steps to the door...baby steps down the stairs.." -What About Bob anyone?
Here are just a few of the detalles nuevos (new details).
You may have seen the aged wooden trunk in the mood board and possibly remember how I planned to relocate one of Greer's suitcase end tables. It's hard to see in this picture (I'll post a new one another time), but I did just that.
I'm gonna just stop for a second and list a few reasons why I love a suitcase side table:
1. Greer makes them = it's DIY and I don't have to spend hundreds on the same thing at Anthropologie
2. Unique look = I think they're especially fun in a guest room for the metaphor
3. Storage = it's still a suitcase! I store those things that we don't need to access often but don't want to get rid of (like electronics guides, extra cords, etc)
4. Table space = there's a lot more table area to a suitcase than your average end table. This is great for guests. Plenty of room for a lamp and decorative item or two, while leaving space for guests to add their necessary bedside items.
I'm sure I could come up with more reasons, but I'll leave that to you.
You can also spot in the above photo, one of the Pier 1 red flower dishes I got from my co-worker's yard sale. Cheap decor- $6!
My last new additions are wall art. I have a tough time decorating walls. I'm trying to plan this out carefully and think about where I will want things to go. So far all I've had to buy are the frames.
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