Our apartment is a little ghetto. It looks like a motel, and I'm pretty sure the green carpet has been here since my sister lived here 20 years ago. In college, you have to get a little creative to make your new home feel like home. Because ours is a little ridiculous and a little adorable, I thought I'd share.
This is the gross stained wall beside my bed. There's actually some grey paint in the closet that someone before us left behind, but who wants to take the time to do that? Not me. So, I printed off some favorite pictures from the summer and taped those suckers up. Packing tape does not stick to walls very well, so if anyone has any better ideas, let me know.
I bought this linen calendar at my favorite Provo antiques store last year before it went out of business. I love the thing so much. The colors are amazing and coordinate with my quilt perfectly, so it hangs by my bed as well. The problem is that no one else understands it. I don't get why it's so hard.
Sometimes Taylor folds our toilet paper. By sometimes, I mean once. But it made me feel fancy.
This doesn't really count as decoration, but it was necessary. We built a shelf! Because we have ridiculous storage space in the kitchen! That's one of my proudest moments right there.
At one point we had a lovely quote wall in the living room, showcased here by Taylor's killer shoes and Jess and Jill's wrestling match. And the guitar.
Then our chair broke.
And we put the evidence on the wall.
And then the quote wall broke.
We gathered our favorite pinned quotes and stuck them above the couch with some decorative tape that also divides Jess and Jill's room in half. I'm quite proud of this one. Everybody (usually boys) asks if we made them ourselves and we just stare at them like they've never seen pinterest before ever!
And finally, my chalkboards! I am proud of myself for actually completing a craft this summer and for actually using it. The wood one is my favorite and it's in the entryway/kitchen. The teapot is on mine and Taylor's door because we love tea and not wearing clothes.