I’ve lived in my current apartment for almost 3 years now, and for whatever reason I’ve just now started to settle in to the space. My bedroom doubles as a living space and home office, and up until now that meant my productivity at home wasn’t the best. I teamed up with the team at Havenly to help make my work from home life as productive as possible.
What’s better than a Instagram-worthy blogger home office? One that’s as productive as it photogenic. Plus, Havenly takes all the guess work out of the design and buying process while allowing tailoring to personal tastes – like those Star Wars posters.
If you’re not familiar with Havenly then you’ve been missing out! They can help you design and furnish nearly every room in your home, and the process is incredibly seamless. The whole thing starts with a quick quiz, followed by uploading a current photo of your space, along with dimensions of said space, and inspiration photos for your new space, and after that, it’s time to select your designer.
Your designer looks through your quiz answers and uploaded photos to develop concepts for your room, which you then narrow down to your favorite. I picked pieces from both concepts and asked my designer to narrow down into one, and I was 100% happy with what she delivered.
As if the process wasn’t easy enough already, when it’s time to purchase everything it’s as easy as deciding what you want to actually buy, clicking add to cart, and entering your billing information. Havenly handles the rest, including guaranteeing the lowest prices.
What are you waiting for? If there’s a room in your home that’s begging for some love then you’re in luck because Havenly was kind enough to offer $25 off a full Havenly Design for all my readers use the code KENTUCKYGENT at checkout to redeem!
Disclosure: This post was sponsored by Havenly, but as always, all thoughts and opinions are my own. Thanks for continuing to support the brands that make this dream a reality.
Crystal Ludwick Photography | Edited by Josh Johnson
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