Redecorating addictions

So every time I’m bored you’ll either find me scrapbooking, re-decorating bits of my apartment, or shopping for decor items that will add a new flare to my apartment. I’ve been doing this every week for the past three months now. I’ve been finding accents to add into my bedroom, bathroom, living room, etc. I  just finished redecorating my desk area and I thought why not share all my hard work with you guys?

Almost everything was from Target, but if you want to make sure where I got something specifically and to double check, feel free to message me in the comment section. Here are a few of my favorites pieces:

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This Buddha is one was my favorites from Yogi’s Paw in New York.

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The diary is from Barnes and Noble and the Globe is from Home Goods.
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This bathroom accent is from Macy’s Backstage called “Ocean Breeze.” This always keeps my bathroom smelling fresh because it’s a high fragrance sachet.
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Some desk close up. The cork board is Nate Berkus X TargetProcessed with VSCO with c1 presetProcessed with VSCO with c1 preset

This is a paper mâché accent made in Kashmir, from Kashmir!Processed with VSCO with c1 preset

I found prints online, got some frames and decorated my walls.

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Home Goods carries a great variation of makeup organizers!

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The pencil/file holder is Nate Berkus x Target Processed with VSCO with c1 preset

The blue paper mâché  box holds paper clips and pins. It’s made in Kashmir, from Kashmir.

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