Hi Hi Hi babes and happy Tuesday! Today I am sharing tips on organizing your jewelry and adding fun paintings to your solid colored walls. Our apartment is pretty colorful but not too crazy haha. I love adding colors and prints to make every room come alive and fun to walk into. We have a one bedroom apartment that’s small, so anything with organization helps. I found these amazing jewelry holders and have linked them all down below if you’re interested. I use clear boxes for all my earrings and rings and a stand for all my necklaces, chokers and fun bows. The clear tray I use for some of my sunglasses and I feel like it adds a fun touch. I love these clear holders and how amazing they are for organizing your jewelry, especially if you have a ton like I do! This brand also carries clear boxes for all your makeup. They are perfect for decorating a bathroom or makeup vanity! Our apartment is pretty small so I had to take out my makeup vanity sadly because we had no room. Our lease is up in July though so we are thinking of getting a two bedroom because my hubby and I both need an office! ASAP!
Ok babes, now for paintings! I am a freak when it comes to paintings. I love bright, bold pieces because they bring out so much fun into a room. They also bring out the color to all of my fun colored shoes haha! I love this painting by Oliver Gal. Every piece they have is amazing! When we get a bigger place, I want to add a huge painting in our hallway and a fun painting above our bathtub. These paintings are so gorgeous!
This lipstick painting is literally my favorite piece in our place and I get so many compliments when I have friends and family over! I also get many compliments on this dresser and shoe rack my husband made me a while back. Here are links to a DIY for the SHOE RACK and a DIY for this DRESSER! Be sure to check those out!
Yesterday was a productive Monday! I got a lot of things styled to shoot this week! Today I have a few appointments and catching up on computer work. I hope you babes have a great Tuesday!
xoxo, Alena Gidenko