Jacob’s landlord is happy for him to make improvements to the space.
When he moved in, he immediately removed the old-fashioned curtain tracks and replaced them with roller blinds for a more contemporary look.
He filled his dark walls with art from his travels both local and abroad. He doesn’t like much clutter, but he finds stations of clutter rather interesting.
He also loves nature, and used many plants and trees throughout his apartment. He feels that plants are the final touch to any room.
Jacob’s inspiration is nature, texture and people. He loves using plants, art, and statues to his interior, because they inspire him.
Smooth finishes, he says, freak him out. And he also doesn’t like when something is perfect.
I personally am just fascinated with how his things look against the dark walls. Especially the plants. It’s a whole different back drop than what I’m accustomed to.
His kitchen is light and airy.
As is his bathroom.
I picked a space that is somewhat bigger than what I normally choose for those of you who live in slightly larger homes