|Door to the Loft|
This is an aerial view of our kitchen space taken above from our loft. We have a washer and dish washer stored underneath the kitchen top.Then to the right is our refrigerator.
|Areal view of the kitchen|
|Quaint eating area|
Here is our loft which has two chairs a table stand and then not pictured is the TV.
|Upstairs in the loft is a small lounge area|
Here you can get a glimpse of how I decorated my room to make it feel homier for me.Here is a close up of my desk. I like to be very organized. The room came with two bulletin boards, which I decorated with pictures that I brought from home. I also hung up a tapestry to add some color.
|Making my room more homey|
Organization is very important I added a close-up of another tapestry that I have in my room with my little cactus lights hanging up. I love cactuses, so this makes my room feel more like a home then just a place I am living in for 4 months.
|Some desert light in Florence|
The closets are huge here which is super nice, because you are store various things in them.
|Closet space is a commodity|
Here is my little bathroom!Mostly in Italy, there are no dryers. To dry your clothes, you can either hang them to dry in your home or freshly dry them outside. I prefer to dry them outside.
Hoped you enjoyed looking at home I decorated my apartment to make it feel more like a home, then just a place I am living in for 4 months!
Haley H. is the Fall 2017 MOJO Photographer and international intern in Florence, Italy. She is currently a Junior studying Photography at University of Arizona.
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