Today I have a guest blogger, Krisztina, who writes about her dream dressing room.
"I've always been satisfied with the closet space I have in my current home. Gratitude attract more good, therefore being grateful is better than wishing for more than what you have. But of course, a little dreaming never hurt anybody. When I think about dreaming, I immediately think about the law of attraction. Therefore, dreaming and visualization opens up space and an opportunity in your life to receive what you desire to have.
If I were to imagine my dream dressing room, it would be spacious and of course, well lit. I do tend to dream big, but when it comes to my dream closet space, I would prefer it to not be excessively large because I wouldn't want it to make me feel overwhelmed when entering it, but rather, at peace. I imagine myself opening the doors to my closet in the morning and having a variety of style options to wear for the day, but not in excess, where the overload of clothes,shoes, and accessories would leave me standing there trying to decide on out outfit for twenty minutes. I want to be able to pick out an outfit whether for a casual running errands day or a fancy evening out in less than five minutes. Therefore, if I imagine the overall look of my dream closet, it would definitely be a simple wall of neutral coloured clothes (aka a capsule wardrobe where every piece of item matches.) In my dream dressing room, harmony can be created by having a simple interior space for all the clothes and shows, where the hangers and storage space themselves do not take away from the aesthetic of my colour coordinated organisation of clothes.
The idea of a capsule wardrobe is intriguing to me because it ensures that all my clothes in the closet would fit comfortably and would be easy to mix and match with other item of clothing. I also believe that fashion doesn't have to be cruel, so I while I would aim for quality clothing, I would stay away from real leather pieces. Faux leather is way better (and cheaper) anyways! However, I wish to stay away from purchasing fast fashion items because I do not support the industry that deploys child labor and environmentally inconsiderate practices. While high fashion can get expensive, I would still prefer one quality piece of clothing over ten fast fashion ones. I stand by supporting designers because fashion is a form of art and designers let me express my own creative vision through the clothes I wear."
I hope you like a little home design trip, the pictures are from my board.
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