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Sunday, August 18, 2013

To Chaos and Back Again


Ah yes, a photo of my apartment a few days ago. It was so empty and untouched. Going into this move, I didn't realize just how messy and disorganized things were bound to get. I knew that furnishing my apartment would be a pain (I couldn't rationalize the price of moving my old, second-hand furniture across Canada) but I just didn't comprehend just how much energy it would require to gather the whole package.

As the furniture was being assembled, the apartment went from neat and empty to a messy clutter of cardboard, turnkeys, and suitcases. The past two days were the worst, since the bulk of the objects were being built. Finally, I can say that it's all settled down and started coming together. In a day or two I should be finished turning the space into a home, but for now here are some pictures of my WIP apartment from the past few days.



A little bit messy, isn't it?

Oh, and great news! For those who read my last blog post about Sears and my missing bed, look at what was delivered today:


I'm so excited! I'll be sleeping on cloud nine tonight!

Unfortunately, Sears never ended up doing anything regarding my out-of-stock bed, but this mattress was delivered to me for the earliest possible date by Sleep Country. To be honest, I've never had a bed this nice before and I look forward to sleeping in my new, cozy sanctuary. 

6 comments:

  1. This is such a nice apartment! hope things will get a shape very soon and it won't be that messy anymore!
    I moved out lately and organized everything in two days... it's a real pain in the ass :(

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    1. It definitely is such a brutal pain. Even now, I still have things to organize and find places for. It never seems to end! I hope your new place it turning out nicely :)

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  2. It looks amazing! It will feel like home in no time. :)

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    1. So much space to fill, but it's finally feeling like home! :)

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  3. Yay! That is awesome! It'll look amazing!

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    1. Thanks Mel! It came together miraculously :P

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