Turn Your House Into a Home w/ Trapp Fragrances

I recently moved into my first apartment, and I'm not going to lie it was a bit overwhelming. For one I've never had my own living room, kitchen or laundry room so I had no idea what to do or how to decorate. I remember spending weeks on Pinterest prior to moving in trying to figure out how to perfect the Joanna Gaines' farmhouse aesthetic. I wanted everything to absolutely perfect.

But let's get real, this girl is on a college budget and shiplap can get a little expensive. So I did what anyone in my situation would do and got a little creative. I picked up the pillows and mirrors from Home Goods for all under 30 dollars a piece.

As for the accessories, you might remember those floral arrangements from my launch party post. Well, I had quite a few of them leftover so they've found a new home in my apartment. And the picture frame, which is sadly still empty was apart of a DIY I did for my dorm last year.

Before moving to college, I was a HUGE candle person. I could probably write an entire blog post on my thoughts my favorite candles. It'd be a long one. But for most dorms, and off-campus apartments you're not allowed to burn candles. Not going to lie, that was a crushing blow for me. But my friends at Trapp Fragrances made sure I was taken care of.

If you haven't heard of the brand, Trapp Fragrances is a candle line based in Kansas City, MO. They're committed to using only the highest quality ingredients impeccable fragrance quality. Well in addition to their stellar candles, they've also got a line of room sprays and reed diffusers.  Since I can't burn candles, I absolutely swear by both products.

I keep a Home Fragrance Mist in just about every room of the apartment, with my favorite being the lavender, that I keep in the kitchen. And then for bigger spaces, like the living room, I like to use reed diffusers. Not only do they leave the entire room smelling like your scent of choice, but they're also pretty dang cute.

If you'd like to pick up some of my Trapp favorites for yourself, you can do so at their website or at one of the many retailers near you that carry their products!

Though it's taken some time, and I still haven't gotten everything quite put together yet this little apartment is beginning to feel a little more like home. I can't wait to show you the rest of the space as I finish it.

Until Next Time,

P.S - I didn't link any of the home decor because it's pretty much all from Home Goods. Also, the actual furniture came with the apartment, so no idea where that's from either. So sorry!

P.P.S- A special thanks to my friends at Trapp Fragrances for sponsoring this post. 

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