Happy Monday friends! Im hella pumped to FINALLY be bringing back my Small Home Big Style series. For those of you who are new to it and dont know what it is….is where I feature real people who live in small homes. They share a bit about how they live and love in these spaces and provide a bit of inspiration for all the other small home dwellers of the world.
I started this series 2 years ago back when I was blogging under my old name (A Home Full Of Color). I have featured some really fantastic homes and Im so happy to be starting it back up again. Unfortunatley, many of my old features ando their content were lost when I transitioned the blog from AHFOC to SG Style. I was so bummed becuase I loved those stories and I hate that I no longer have them for you guys to refer back to. Perhaps Ill reach back out to the them and do a bit of an update!?
But I digres..this time Im holding myself accountable and making it a regularly scheduled thing. Like Im putting it on my calendar and making sure I post a new feature every Monday. Ive been so bad about being consistent here on the blog and Im done giving myself excuses for it. Now that Ive gotten that out of the way….let me introduce you to today’s special guest: Nusaiba
Nusaiba actually reached out to me earlier this year on IG because she wanted more deets on our kitchen island. We struck up a convo and I soon realized shes got some great style. Shes gorgeous and sweet, and I just knew I wanted to feature her home in the series when I started it back up again. Im so happy to have her here today! Here’s what Nusaiba had to say about how she lives and loves in her small home:
Any unique storage solutions? I try to find storage wherever I can..a storage ottoman as a window seat, extra sheets and pillows hiding in the sofa bed, and lots of clothes in the 6 drawers of our queen sized bed.
Best piece of small space living advice? Don’t be afraid to add lots of textures and accessories. I tried to keep it minimal when I first moved in to avoid clutter, but the space just looked bare and uninviting. It didn’t start to feel like home until I had added pieces that I truly loved, like my layered rugs, throw pillows, and lots of brass and copper accessories. Despite being small, the space is constantly changing.