Howdy, and Happy Friday, folks!
I’ve got something fun for you (and me!) this morning since Meeha Meeha agreed to stop by and show off her amazing apartment and even pick the features from last week’s party.
It’s a lifesaver for this tired mama and such a treat for you guys too because she has one of the most uniquely fun and yet polished decorating styles I’ve ever encountered in blogland (in fact, if I didn’t know she was a “real person” with a “real blog,” I would have assumed that her pics came straight from the pages of an Anthropologie catalogue!).
So, without further ado, I’ll let Meeha Meeha take it from here!
P.S. If you would pray today and this weekend for me and the twins, I would really appreciate it!
Hi, dear Abbie and wonderful Five Days… 5 Ways readers!
My name is Meeha Meeha and I’m super-excited to address a new crowd! Abbie must be still negotiating with her twins, but I guess they are just too comfortable in her belly to wanna come out into this world. I think we should all send them our reassuring thoughts that life on Earth is equally cool 🙂
My blog Meeha Meeha is about the trials and tribulations of stylishly decorating a small home – on a budget! I think that every little corner of the house you should be great looking and true to your style. And you don’t have to buy expensive designer stuff to do that. Better do it yourself! That’s why I made a zen garden on my little balcony and I even hand-painted my happy entryway. I hope you will come by for a quick look!
I always update my home decor with every season, but the weather here is unusually warm, so I’m still in a summery mood. Today I would like to show you how I’m slowly making the transition to fall decor in my little apartment.
In my craft room, there’s a peaceful atmosphere wrapped in soft whites and blues (a reminder of my summer decor). I spend my chilly late evenings in here, mostly crafting, so the wool & sheep skin not only add texture, but they also keep me warm. If you like the bicycle backdrop, click here to see how I made the faux wallpaper myself 🙂
For the living room, things are a little bit more dramatic. The recently bought traditional rug adds all the charming Fall colors, matched with a bunch of pillows and blankets. The pale blue items and the matching art are a reminder from my previous beachy decor from this summer.
As for the little home office corner, I got bold with beautiful shades of crimson red, just like the maple leaves will turn in October. I’ve got my handmade notebooks, a sweet little fox and some pine cones to keep me company.
Last but not least, let’s open the door to the bedroom and take a peek inside. Orange and white make a striking color combo for any Autumn inspired room. I’m preparing for the longer and longer nights with a stack of books (oh, yes, I’m a big reader!) and hot jasmine tea.
And now to the best part (and the most difficult!) – the features from last week’s party. It’s been incredibly hard to choose from so many talented projects, but here we go:
Audrey from Het Kralen Kabinet stole my heart with this happy mushroom tutorial.
Nici from Posed Perfection is the mastermind behind this adorable rosette tree. She had me at burlap!
Speaking of adorable, how cute is Aimee’s ingenuous washi tape fall decor from It’s Overflowing?
The DIY addict in me just had to feature this soothing striped wall from Love.Home.Made.
And finally…
I couldn’t ignore Carissa’s yummy cream cheese chicken (gotta love broccoli!)
Well, that’s it, folks! I wanna thank Abbie again for giving me this fantastic opportunity to meet new friends. I would love if you came by Meeha Meeha for more of this decor and crafts. Cheers!
No, THANK YOU, Meeha Meeha!
And now, it’s time to link up your fantasticalness!
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  1. Unique Home Decor such as that tiny mushroom and those rugs… You have such good taste. Thank you for the inspiration. I am a newly wed wife and I really am in need of help on how to decorate our new home..

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