Photo above the jump: The entryway area includes this totally fun and motivational-for-the-morning poster - why just passively leave the house when you can blow the scene and jam?Here is what Julia had to say in her email to us: I'm in London, UK, but I'm a huge fan of the website and it has been a constant inspiration to decorate my flat. I love animals and fairy tales, and has been very hard to make my flat NOT look like a nursery. I consider myself a highly organised clutterer, which is a curse really. I hoard so much stuff, but I manage to find space for everything so it doesn't really get in my way.
IKEA-hacked Malm dressers store tons of clothes and add a one-of-a-kind flair to the space, thanks to the DIY patchwork of Liberty fabrics on the drawer fronts.
A decorative charging station that holds a very smart organizing idea on top - a straw "clothes worn once" basket.
A large stacked group of highly decorative openwork boxes provide a whole wall of storage and helps enclose the sleeping area/bedroom.
Why hide your favorite shoes? When they are this cute, you might as well show them off.
More items that have pride of place in the bedroom display - they look good on the bright yellow backdrop and the placement keeps necesssities close at hand for when Julia wants to grab them and go.
An cabinet with an old-meets-new aesthetic houses an array of usable treasures, including a violin, typewriter and sewing machine.
No need to go subtle when choosing storage - a big, bold bright shadowbox houses Julia's collection of miniatures and ends up being a statement as well as a practical space-saving solution.
The in-the-corner landing strip just inside the front door doesn't take up much space at all. It's a simple, small round pedestal table that has a vintage vibe and holds all the necessities thanks to a tiny two level shelf with a birdcage like look.
In the eclectic mix on the fridge are organizational helpers such as a magnetic strip that holds the wine opener and a pair of scissors, a timer/clock and a whiteboard and pens for notes.
Turning what may not seem like ideal placement (in front of a window) for a sink into a stylish plus by using a grid of cool mirror tiles and the slim windowsill as open storage.It's so great to see very practical ideas pulled off with this much personality and style - thanks for the email and inspiration, Julia!
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