If you are anything like me, you have hit a major slump. With only one week left of school (yippee!) I am feeling so incredibly drained in every way possible. I'm just trying to fix my eyes on the Lord and make it through these last few assignments.. and then it's home free! (sort of. I'll be taking two summer school classes!) Last weekend was particularly great though, Ben and I attended a coffee shop concert on Friday night, featuring my dear friend Sarah Noland, Johnny Stimson, and Jillian Edwards. Jillian's music is my absolute favorite and it was wonderful to just relax with friends and hear some beautiful voices.
Anyways, that being said.. this little peek into a precious home served as some major creative inspiration that I needed. So many thanks to the extremely stylish girls who opened their doors to me and my camera! My intention for the future is to really share a look into college home style with you lovely people. So, if you are in College Station and want to show of your house for me.. please don't hesitate to get in contact through email or facebook. And while we're on that, same goes for any photography needs. :)
Well alrighty. It only took a few seconds in this space for me to be burning with jealousy.
"Leftover Valentines Decorations" came across as homey and fun!
At the beginning of last semester, I retrieved this spool from Ben's farm to send over to these ladies. Now the cuteness of their spool trumps the cuteness of my own. Really though. Love those doilies.
I love the bunting across the pallet! Here's the thing about this place. I honestly can't put words to the cuteness. If you examine each of these pictures, there will be things you're inspired by, things that you can replicate in your own home!
I think one of my favorite things about this space is the use of antiques!
Again, the use of antiques is so great. Also various kinds of bunting. Every house needs at least a little bit of bunting.
I loved seeing all the cute nooks in this house. They're so unique and fun and are just plain perfect places to put frames and little nick nacks!
Welcome to Kelly's room. She was such a trooper in allowing Susanna to clean up her room for me to randomly let a stranger (me) come take pictures of her adorable space. Such. A. Trooper.
I love this desk area so much, it utilizes the space really well, something that is often really important in a college house. But notice, it doesn't look ugly. There are so many precious frames and boxes for storage and just lovely things.
This little bed area is so cute. I love how mature it looks while still being fun.
Okay no but really, don't pretend you didn't love that house with your whole heart. I have to repent from my open jealousy! No big thing! Hope you enjoyed checking it out, these girls were so kind to open their doors!