Welcome to our home! Bungalow House Studio has officially opened its doors. Let me give you a tour!
This was the first corner of the home that captured my heart. A built-in nook right by the front door. The original windows from 1904 are still intact with the beautiful wavy glass.
Love at First Sight
“you are a guest in our home and we are enjoying a cup of coffee while having a heartfelt conversation”
Come on in! To your right you will find an adorable little reading nook with a ridiculous amount of throw pillows, original windows (yes, with the wavy glass), and maybe a plant or twelve.
Yes, all the throw pillows!!
This nook was the first space that captured my heart. I instantly pictured myself reading book after book and soaking up this space. What actually happened? If you know me, I’m horrible at reading. I wish that I read more, but in all honesty, I don’t read nearly as much as I should. Like, if I finish more than a book in a year, we are getting somewhere. You can probably tell, I’m not the most astute writer you’ve come across. I mean, thank you auto-correct because your girl just misspelled the word astute. I shouldn’t admit that, but I digress.
From plastered walls to original light fixtures, we were convinced this was the place for us.
So Much Character
“This reading nook took me to a place. It provided me a scene to imagine what a better version of myself would act like in this new home.”
This reading nook took me to a place. It provided me a scene to imagine what a better version of myself would act like in this new home.
Throughout this blog, I will share some of my favorite spots in this Bungalow of ours. I’ll talk about tips and tricks for writing the perfect greeting card, lessons I’ve learned along the way of starting this business, and what even brought me to do this thing called business ownership. Each post I will be talking to you as though you are a guest in our home and we are enjoying a cup of coffee while having a heartfelt conversation. Since this is a conversation, all comments are welcome. There’s nothing worse than a one-sided conversation, tell me about yourself. What brought you here? What is going on in your life? How can I best serve you?