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June 05, 2014


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What a cute apartment! I know she must be so proud and she should be. You've rubbed off on her just a little. :)

mary scott

Very cute! She's got style! Stuff they need/have now that my class did not need: microwaves, computers, printers; but they have flat screen TV's & small "stereos" now. We had giant stereos & cinder block & board bookcases for all our books & LP's. (& we rented furnished places.) UT Austin '73

Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions

Your daughter did a great job, Andrea! It sounds like she knows what she likes! Love the burlap valances you made for their dining area. I'll bet she is glad she had Mom to help out, too!

Manuela@a cultivated nest

So cute! She did a fabulous job and it doesn't even look like a "college" apartment. She has such a cute style!


Andrea, you and your daughter did a great job of pulling the apartment together! We are almost finished with the college crash pad on our end. Even though the girls have moved in already, we still have one more bathroom to go and the kitchen backsplash. And you're right! It's a lot cheaper than living on campus!

Kim @ Vintage Pretties

Wow, that is most definitely one of the best decorated college apartments that I've ever seen. Her friends must love to come & hang out. I love that she made inexpensive items look great with a little styling.

deb @ frugallittlebungalow

It is absolutely charming!! :)

Brenda Kula

Oh my yes! She is indeed her mother's daughter.

Ricki Jill Treleaven

Very cute! I love the shelving/storage. Too cute! I know what you mean…when Shanley was a sophomore and could move off campus, it was like getting a raise!


Beautiful! She is going to love living there during her college years.

Farmgirl Susan

It looks wonderful! What a great job. I'm ready to move in. :)

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