Imagine that one day you start a project on a web page with a blogger like you who lives at the other end of your city, and your project is so successful that you have to start looking for an office where you can work together.Something like this happened to Laina Kaczmarski and Danielle Moss , Chicago bloggers who began working together virtually until, over 1,000,000 monthly visits to her website forced them to look for a physical space in The one that matches. Finally, Iaina and Danielle ended up making themselves two apartments that turned into duplexes to live and work together, surely for many decoration bloggers the idea of living their blog is a dream come true!
At www.theeverygirl.com they show us the duplexes they renovated and decorated to their liking , with an eclectic touch of the most charming.
This is the living room that both share, an urban style living room with a brick wall that attracts attention. It is a small living room with a pearl gray sofa, with a side table to one side and a coffee table in front. Two other white armchairs close the room, wearing some very striking leopard print cushions .
The dining room forms a sober white table with four chairs, decorated by simple table centers. On the left we can see a drink cart, like bar area. As we see, dining room and living room share, getting a perfect diaphanous space.
In this detail of the table we can see the decoration of the table , with some dishes of white color and golden forks.The glasses are transparent, but with the golden edge too. Finally, the black and white striped napkins are the contrast point on this table.
From this angle we can see how the kitchen is open to the dining room , a small kitchen with black furniture and pearl gray countertop. We can also see how the burlap carpet works to separate the environments .
Here is the first desk of one of the bloggers. A small white table decorated with a small cork full of motivational images and an organizer for the coffee. To the left of the desk we can see a shelf with boxes perfect for the storage of objects, papers and accessories.
The second desk , identical to the previous one, in this case however this blogger does not use cork, but a white table where also hangs those things that inspire him.
This is one of the bedrooms of the duplex , with a double bed, side tables to side and side and wall of the headboard full of pictures creating a beautiful composition.
This second bedroom is similar to the previous one, but less recharged. In this case, we only see a few pictures side by side. Also notice the head of gray, color that we also find in the gratings of the sheets of the bed.