University bedroom tour

I do all of my University work at the library, so ideally wanted my space at home to reflect my interior/fashion passion. I wanted to feel inspired and motivated by whats around me to do my other ‘work’ (blogging, freelancing, stuff for the future), but I’m not really sure thats really come into action  yet…….. My trip to Sweden and as always, my interior tag on Pinterest, inspired me also to create somewhere minimalistic, cosy, full of plants and full of some of my favourite things, aka candles and books. It’s a fairly small room with ugly furniture but it all miraculously matches and has plain walls too, woo!

 (CUSHIONS from H&M and IKEA, LAMP from TK Maxx)

 I saved a little and invested in a David Ehrenstråhle piece, from his ‘My Guide To‘ series. I loved the London one but chose New York for its special place in my heart … but will inevitably buy more in the next couple of years, knowing me.

 (COPPER MIRROR from M&S, MAKEUP STORAGE from Ebay, COPPER WIRE BASKET from H&M, PEONY DIFFUSER from The White Company)

My favourite thing that sits on my dresser is the White Company Peony diffuser which smells so dreamy and everyone seems to compliment it. Already got some more Neom refills to have ready to go when this runs out, I can’t believe I didn’t really use diffusers until last year. What a middle class nightmare

I’m really happy with my little space and its the nicest thing to chill out in my rabbit dressing gown reading and listening to music somewhere that isn’t traditionally ‘studenty’, especially when the rest of  my Uni house is a tip, albeit a much loved tip.

See my bedroom tour from uni halls here

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