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About LaurenTheOwl95

// I'm Twenty Two // February 10th // Daughter // Sister // Auntie //Amateur Writer // Anxiety Disorder Sufferer // If you would like to learn more about myself, feel free to comment and ask me :)

Everyone Smiles in the same Language

Everyone Smiles in the same Language

Friends Vinyl Words & Wall Quotes #6
£15 –


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Clover canyon dress
£195 –

Wolford thigh high hosiery
£47 –

Black platform shoes
£27 –

Gucci shoulder handbag
£520 –

Hot Topic hematite jewelry
£29 –

Beads jewellery
£8.87 –

Chicnova Fashion glass earrings
£2.96 –

Book Room Design – Step By Step:

Creating a room to design includes several different steps, in this post i’ll be taking you through those steps. I’ll be including pictures as i progress with this design and explaining what kinda of ‘feel’ I’m going for as i work it out.

Step 1:

Create a room shape you would like to use.  This is the shape I’m starting off with.

Step 2: 

Add Furniture and decoration pieces.

Step 3:

Picking to right Wallpaper and paint for the room you’re designing.
For the Wallpaper I Chose: Cow Parsley Cassis
For The Paint I Chose the Shade: Night Jewels 5
For this room which is going to be a ‘Book/quiet’ room, i want modern but cozy at the same time.  The room size is perfect for this as it’s not to small, it is big enough to moved around and be comfortable in without feeling boxed in.

This step really depends on you and what else you would like to do with the design. For this design i’m almost done, so i will be just added the final touches to it and completing this design.
Now like an idiot i did forget to put windows in this design (not the first time). But i did spot it and i have added the in now.

Step 4 – Finishing Touches:

So that completes my Step-By-Step guide on my Book/Quiet Room design. i actually really enjoyed making this design and this post.
I hope you enjoyed reading this post, feel free to comment and leave you opinions and design ideas for my to check out.
See you in my next post.



This post was written By Lauren, The design was created by Lauren.
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Daytrip white tee
£16 –

Black patent leather shoes
£75 –

Rebecca Minkoff shoulder handbag
£100 –

LC Lauren Conrad butterfly charm
£7.81 –

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White top

Balmain moto jacket
£1,910 –

Veda Soul black ankle boots
£56 –

BeiBaoBao drawstring bag
£33 –

Mizuki beaded jewelry
£560 –

Pamela Love earrings
£130 –

Chain necklace
£26 –

First Literature Post – The 40 Most Powerful Literary Quotes:



1 of 40:

Of Mice And Men


Author: John Steinbeck

Year: 1937

“Maybe ever’body in the whole damn world is scared of each other.”








2 of 40:

Invisible Man


Author: Ralph Ellison

Year: 1952

“Life is to be lived, not controlled; and humanity is won by continuing to play in face of certain defeat.”





3 of 40:

Wuthering Heights


Author: Emily Brontë

Year: 1847

“Terror made me cruel”






4 of 40

L.A. Confidential


Author: James Ellroy

Year: 1990

“Some men get the world, some men get ex-hookers and a trip to Arizona. You’re in with the former, but my God I don’t envy the blood on your conscience.”





5 of 40:

On The Road


Author: Jack Kerouac

Year: 1957

;”The only people for me are the mad ones, the ones who are mad to live, mad to talk, mad to be saved, desirous of everything at the same time, the ones who never yawn or say a commonplace thing, but burn, burn, burn like fabulous yellow roman candles exploding like spiders across the stars.”




6 of 40:


Author: George Orwell

Year: 1949

“It was a bright cold day in April, and the clocks were striking thirteen.”








7 of 40:


Author: Margaret Atwood

Year: 1985

“We were the people who were not in the papers. We lived in the blank white spaces at the edges of print. It gave us more freedom. We lived in the gaps between the stories.”





8 of 40:


Author: H.G. Wells

Year: 1895

“It sounds plausible enough tonight, but wait until tomorrow. Wait for the common sense of the morning.”








9 of 40:


Author: Leo Tolstoy

Year: 1877

“It’s much better to do good in a way that no one knows anything about it.”







10 of 40:


Author: Charlotte Brontë

Year: 1847

“Life appears to me too short to be spent in nursing animosity or registering wrongs.”








The next 10 will be up later today, enjoy these for now

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