You may, or may not, have noticed my absence on It’s Probably Rob. My deepest apologies. However, I have a great excuse why; I am currently in the midst of moving! With my current location in a college town just outside of Myrtle Beach, I have decided to move a little closer to the Myrtle Beach waters and fun happenings.
If you know me, you know I have a passion for visualizing and creating. This also means I love interior design. No matter where I have lived, there has always been a sense of design and personalization with each place I call home.
With that being said, I thought it would be a fun idea to bring you along for the journey of my newest “moving-in” extravaganza. I know that this blog will not compare to any of my other blogs. But, I think that if you want new, fresh ideas on how to spice up your living areas this will be a good post for you.
This series will consist of multiple parts. Each part will be of one or two different rooms or areas of my new home, the items that I decorated it with, where I purchased items, and the items that I made as DIYs. If I did a DIY in any room I will also include how I did the DIY with step by step instructions. The parts will go as followed:
- Pt. 1: Introduction *You are here*
- Pt. 2: Bathroom & Balcony
- Pt. 3: Kitchen
- Pt. 4: Bedroom
- Pt. 5: Living Room
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Of course, this specific post will not be too extremely deep, but I would like to show you images of the floor plan and the empty canvas that each room consists of. I am currently living in a 2 floor 4 bedroom, 4.5 bath house that is 2,036 square feet (pretty big). With my desires for travel and financial freedom, I decided to downsize a lot.
My new home is in an apartment building, a one bedroom, and 640 square feet. This will be my first time living in an apartment building which can be scary, but also very exciting. Here is the floor plan:
The images below are the images presented by the complex that is owns the apartment building. Of course, I am a big dummy and I forgot to take pictures of the rooms bare. But, even with the staging by the complex, you will have a good idea of what potential the unit has. The only thing I do not have photographed is the balcony (sorry).
For now, sit tight! Coming up next will be the Part 2 to the moving-in series! Stay tuned for the bathroom and balcony.