My humble home tour continues with a peek at my thrifty spruced up stairway and landing:
Let’s head upstairs…
This dark & dingy staircase was immensely improved with a good scrub and some shiny wood polish. The dull walls were refreshed with a few coats of brilliant white and we installed soft wall mounted lights at both the top and bottom of the stairs.
A few fabulous mommy, munchkin & doggie photos in frames and clothespinned to a bit of crocheted chain create a cozy display of lurv and my 1922 typewriter fits perfectly in the tiny alcove above the stairs.
A DIY kimono scrap wall hanging is the perfect pretty filler for the awkward narrow space between the bedroom & bathroom doors at the top of the stairs.
My yukata and another upcycled wall hanging look rather awesome on the triangular-shaped wall above the staircase.
A peek from the other end of the landing reveals my quick fix for that dangerously inviting open alcove above the stairs: a vintage metal serving cart (thrifted for only €5!) that is too heavy & unmanageable for a munchkin to move.
Here’s a closer look at that wall collage just outside of my little studio at the end of the landing.