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Hi, I'm Raluca. I am an interior designer & the founder of Detail Movement, the place where casual interiors are born for people with stories to tell. Sharing industry knowledge through the Blog and inspirational visuals through Photography. Feel free to have a look around. Enjoy!

How to style 1 console table 3 different ways!

How to style 1 console table 3 different ways!

When you live in the wonderful world of rentals, you know (or you find out really fast) that you are not allowed to pretty much do anything to the interior. No nails on the walls allowed, no painting the room a different colour, no change to be made without the permission of the landlord. As so happens, I am in that situation, and it kills me (being an interior designer), not to be allowed to "beautify" the space that I live in. Also, I do not want to have to ask permission for every little thing. So, seeing as there not much room to work around with, you end up compromising.

That is why I thought of doing something else today, something that does not require any permission -> styling the landlords living room "console" table with some bits & bobs I have sitting around the flat. When I say styling, I mean having some fun and polishing my other hobby - photography. Just a heads up, this post is picture heavy! I can never post just one picture, I just simply cannot. So you know, get a cup of coffee or tea before you start!

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Let the fun begin!

So this was the actual state of the Living Room corner - very sad and dull right? Ok, so what can we do then? If you are anything like me, and you ar at the begining of your rental journey, you will not have too much of a budget to spend on bits & pieces in order to style your corner. So then lets see what I've used, maybe you'll be inspired to do something similar.

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Look no. 1 - THE EVERYDAY LOOK

So here is what I've used:

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Look no. 2 - THE CASUAL LOOK

Accessories used:

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Look no. 3 - THE FUN LOOK

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So there you have it peeps - 3 fresh and fun ways to style a dull Living Room corner. Had loads of fun doing this, trying to find something different - a focus point in each styling. Hope you found some inspiration as well, and that you will go and work your magic in your own flat. Doesn't really matter where, as long as you do something. Change something in you surrounding, something that will bring you happiness every time you see it.

As for me, I couldn't really decide on which one to keep. THE STRUGGLE IS REAL PEOPLE!! Maybe you guys can help me to decide. Which one should I go for? Which bits should I keep? Let me know here or head over to the Facebook Page and let me know here. Really curious to see what you'll pick!

Until next time! 

Raluca x

All images that are credited as '©Detail Movement', are done by Raluca Vaduva for Detail Movement. All rights reserved. All pictures that are not my own, I credit them to the best of my knowledge & research, to their online sources. I do not claim ownership over them in any way.

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