I can't seem to get myself settled on one look. I stand in a room and look around, and suddenly I figure out something that would work better than what I have going on.
Thus began the moving of the coffee bar set-up...
This happened because the green dresser the coffee bar was on in the dining/office space was exactly the right height for my bedside table...
It is about the same height as the orange sideboard that was on this side, and now sits on the other side of my bed.
But the reason that I put the orange sideboard on the other side is because the side with the green dresser is where I sleep, read, watch TV, work on the computer, etc.
And the green dresser is wider, affording me more room.
Do you recall what was in the spot where the orange sideboard now is? (I know. This is getting rather confusing.)
The kitchen table, which was too short for its position next to my bed, in terms of lamp height. (I'm pretty compulsive about the height of things being the same.)
So now it's across from my office space, and I have a place again to sit and eat.
So bringing this red cabinet into my apartment started a flurry of changes. As well as bringing in the Wayfair dresser.
I guess January is just my "figuring things out" month. But then I have to admit that I'm always trying to figure out a way to make things easier and better for myself in my little apartment.
I like to problem-solve. So I can be walking around the apartment, all four rooms of it, and suddenly an idea springs into my head. And I'm off and running.