So the past month I been busy with moving into my new apartment. It was a struggle to get all the paperwork together, to actually move in, and get things situated (that’s what happens when you deal with an unorganized and unreliable roommate). Let’s just hope the year goes by well, meaning I do not strangle anyone before then. LOL  just kidding.

Anyways, I have manage to finish part of one my planned DIY projects. I will share it with you over the weekend. It’s my Jewelry organizer. Its only the start of it because I realized that I have too much jewelry and nothing can really accommodate it all at once. It will definitely be an ongoing project with several different parts.

I just wanted to give you notice of what has been going on with so you do not think that I just abandoned you guys.

Also, I did not get that Custom Decorator position I had mentioned back in June/July. I have not given up home though. I am going to keep applying to different jobs and keeping you guys updated.




Top CAD programs for Interior Designers: review

L' Essenziale Home Designs

Undoubtedly  CAD software has become today an essential part of Interior Design business. If several decades ago it was impossible to imagine Interior Designer who cannot draw, today it becomes reality: more and more Interior Design students do all renderings by means of CAD software. We can discuss long hours the downside of this phenomenon and the benefits of ability to produce hand drawn renderings, however this is not the subject of this article.

If you look at job vacancies, you will see that even to get an Internship in the company Interior Design student is expected to have perfect CAD skills. We can like it or not but CAD is a must thing to learn nowadays to sSoftay competitive on the market. However, many of professionals are actually stuck with the choice of software as there are so many available. This article is aimed to review all popular programs…

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Architecture, Design & Innovation

Urban greening company Treebox has unveiled an innovative style of living wall for use in both residential and commercial projects.

Living walls are becoming increasingly popular in both external and internal settings due to their striking aesthetic and environmental impact, but until now controlling the density of a wall’s vegetation has not been straightforward.

Treebox’s new Vertical Louvres system overcomes that problem, enabling a variety of striking visual effects to be created. The louvres can be mounted onto a concealed rail system to enable them to open and close, creating the required plant density



The polypropylene Vertical Louvres wall can support any herbaceous plant. The proximity of each louvres determines whether a solid green wall is created or a thinner wall with a see-through effect.

Armando Raish, managing director of Treebox, said: “Since we first showcased our Vertical Louvres living wall system at March’s Ecobuild conference we have…

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Sometimes It Just Has To Be All About Me…

First off, I want to say that I am sorry I have not posted anything in just about a week. I have been so busy with work and trying to have a little bit of personal time. Therefore, I will share what has been going on with me this week.


Well I finished the requested Batman themed box. She said that she really liked it.  Here are pictures of it:

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Also, I have my second request for a trinket box. It is Pirates of the Caribbean themed. I already have it a planned out and since tomorrow is my day off, I can actually get started on it. I will share pics of it at a later date. I will just say that it a chest shaped box, if that was not what you were already hoping for :).

One more thing about trinket boxes that I do have a Pokemon themed one in the works, as well as some other ideas. However, customers request  do come first. So I will hopefully have some new things posted in my Etsy shop sooner than later.

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If you did not already know I work at JCPenney. Right now, I just work in the men’s Levi department, which I actually enjoy. I just feel that retail is not really for me, or at least selling clothes. However, next week I am getting transferred to the Windows department, which I am thrilled about. It’s an expert position where I will be helping customers pick out in-store window treatments and/or order custom window treatments. Hopefully, it will help open some doors for me so I can really get into my degree more. By the way, if I have not mentioned before I graduated with a degree in Interior Design.

I am also trying to work my way in the Custom Decorator position where I can go to people homes and assist more hands-on with the design process. Wish me luck with that!


I also finally got The Legend of Zelda: Hyrule Historia from my boyfriend. I know I am really late but I am just happy that he got it for me. So geeked right now.

Other than that just been hanging out with my friends and enjoying life.


No Limit

Any space can become a studio where thoughtful and imaginative ideas are developed and things are made by hand and salvaged treasures are utilized. These ideas inspire others to be creative. Do not ever be afraid to think outside of the box and unleash your own creativity. It is not always going to be easy but believe it will be something original and amazing done with your own hands.

Creativity has no limitations.

Below you can find several images of finished designs, even some that can easily be done yourself. All there is left to say is….. Enjoy!!