Sooo one of the 2 window boxes on front of my house fell off...a couple months ago. And it’s still sitting on the ground, so my curb appeal is looking real nice right now. It’s bc we had so much rain and ice that it got super heavy. I am dying to get it back up and plant some summer flowers in there. This beautiful window box inspo is from my visit to @magnolia in Waco. Wish the outside of my house was board and batten like this. I mean, I basically just wish I lived inside Magnolia. Every inch is perfection. JoJo is a 👑 .
I try to pace myself. I do.
Be thoughtful. Enjoy the process.
But when my company’s HQ got relocated from my home office to somewhere else, I kinda went into go mode.
What good does an empty space do me? 🙄
In less than 100 hours(and with LOTS of help!), I decided on a concept, did some sourcing, and made ALL the purchases.
Iron, ironing board, sheets, duvet insert, pillow inserts, garbage can, wall art, mattress, trundle bed, topper, curtains. (Swipe right)
Okay, I still need a curtain rod, but I can’t purchase that until the bed comes in and I can see the finish myself.
I also want to buy a live plant 🌱 and some fun decor.
The room is VERY small. About 75 square feet.
So far I’ve spent $950 on the nose. I think after my last few purchases, I’ll end up at $1100.
I plan to have this new room up on #airbnb by June 1.
I’m thinking I’ll charge $35-50/night.
I have a lot of people requesting long term stays right now. If I can get this room booked for a month, I can recover my costs in 30 days.
It’s a Joanna-on-a-budget meets a traditional-minimalist look.
What’s something you always look for in a AirBnb guest room? What’s a must have in this room?