Diana Welch

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  • in reply to: Oversized Clothing! #100566

    Diana Welch
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    Any Update guys?

     

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    in reply to: I'm wearing every color of the rainbow #84173

    Diana Welch
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    Hi Iris, I bet you’re such an adorable girl 🙂 I also like dressing up. What kinds of clothes do you usually wear? As for me, I love wearing Kimono dress because I can mix it with different colors of shoes.

    in reply to: Rental Living #84139

    Diana Welch
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    I agree with the use of tapestries. I also see some houses with hanging rugs as wall art. It adds to the Bohemian look of the house. Aside from this, you’ll be able to create a focal point to a room.

    in reply to: Antique Wash Stand Makeover Ideas #84138

    Diana Welch
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    I love antique-inspired decorations. Everything is getting modernized now, but I would still prefer to use antique designs because it somehow generates good vibes.
    I would suggest mixing antique style and period if you’re still unsure on what design to follow.

    in reply to: Oversized Clothing! #83985

    Diana Welch
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    That’s the reason why I don’t buy clothes and shoes in online shops anymore. I experienced buying a cold shoulder dress for co-worker’s farewell party. The dress looked frail and too small for me, though I specified my preferred size. I was not able to refund it anymore.

    in reply to: 2017 DIYs & Inspiration #83984

    Diana Welch
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    I’m also planning to decorate my room. I just felt that I need to change the ambiance to make it more relaxing and homely. I would like to use wallpapers. I saw some good designs that are nature-inspired 🙂

    in reply to: Rental Living #83983

    Diana Welch
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    Hi there, Trisha

    You can use concrete for those holes or putty.

    They are effective in patching up holes, then you can decorate as you wish.

     

    in reply to: New Apartment, Small Space #83947

    Diana Welch
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    Why not try a minimalist design?

    Try to play with lights to make your space look bigger and don’t be afraid to use a couple of big furnitures.

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