Hey y’all! Happy Thursday!
I know many of you have been dying to see the lodge since I moved in and I’m so excited to finally show you!
Let the tour begin!
This is the front door to our lodge featuring the wreath I made this summer!
Just as you step into the lodge is the mail/key organizer I made. It’s still holding up strong!
Let’s move on to the bedroom. Ray Bay (her real name is Rachel, that’s just what we call her) and I share this room, but I’ll just show you my side.
I raised my bed to the highest setting so I could have plenty of storage space underneath. I also hung up flower lights and clothes pinned pictures of my friends to them.
I brought my mini fridge in case there wasn’t enough room in the big fridge in the kitchen (right now it’s pretty full!)
On top of the mini fridge is this print which I absolutely LOVE!! It has lots of different words that make up Kentucky. I bought it from Decorator Warehouse in Downtown Lexington for $10. I love prints like this and am interested in doing something like this myself. If anybody knows how please let me know! The frame is from Hobby Lobby (I got it for 50% off!)
Now let’s move on to the kitchen!
Fresh flowers make the kitchen table so much happier (and in an Ale8 bottle to remind me of home) Also featuring the awesome picket fence napkin holder I got at Traderbaker’s when we went to Falling Rock!
Our stove area featuring my letter board. I probably won’t keep it here all the time to make more counter space. It will float around the lodge from time to time.
Here’s the link to get your own! https://magnoliamarket.com/plant-illustration-printable/
Next up is the bathroom!
Now for the main event! The living room! This is the room I was most excited to decorate and I’m really happy with how it turned out.
Well that’s all folks! I’m so glad that we get to live in a lodge this year. Having a living room and kitchen just make the whole experience better. It makes me excited to have my own place one day!
I hope y’all enjoyed this little tour. If you have any questions about anything, feel free to ask! And again, if anyone knows how to design your own prints like the Kentucky one above, please let me know!