Thursday, September 16, 2010

1 IHeart: The Borrowed Abode!

Hello everyone! I’m SO excited to share that I have a new sponsorship for the month of September!  Can I get a Wa-Hoo? I would post a video of the dance I am doing at the moment, however, it's a tad embarrassing so I will just let you envision the happiness going on over here!

It's time to get to know all about The Borrowed Abode!

The Borrowed Abode is the blog of a not-so-plain girl named Jane, who's on a quest to make her rented house a personalized home.  Whether she's busy creating landlord-friendly decor solutions, organizing closets, refashioning old clothes, or building her own furniture, she's having a blast and sharing her adventures in DIY-ing.  And she's doing it all while trying to make the world a better place, through simplifying, upcycling, and shopping for fair trade goods.

Jane shares the borrowed abode with her boyfriend {who occasionally takes over the blog to poke fun at the home design blogging world} as well as two cats and two dogs.

Having rented more than 11 spaces in only 9 years, she's had to adjust to make do with all sorts of quirky decorating solutions.  This blog was inspired by her search for affordable decorating and storage solutions that work, no matter how temporary the space called home is.

I’m so beyond thankful to have support from "The Borrowed Abode"!  Please take a moment to stop by the blog to check out all sorts of incredible inspiration and ideas, and while you are there, take off your shoes and take her tour!  IHeart it so!

Even if you aren't currently renting, there are oodles of great posts anyone can find useful!  I have definitely bookmarked a few!

Thank you again Jane for helping make this blog happen!  And thank you to all of you for your continued daily support!

P.S.  Interested in becoming a Sponsor of IHeart Organizing?  Check out my "Contact Me" page for additional details!  I would heart to partner up!

1 comment:

  1. As someone who will be renting for quite a few more years, I'm really excited to explore this blog! While we roam around wherever the military tells us to go I'm always looking for ways to make our house more like 'home'.


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