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L.E.M Beauty Blog | dressing room tour

I am pretty lucky to live in Sheffield where you get more for your money in the housing market. My house has 3 bedrooms not too big but a pretty decent size for me and Dave. When we bought the house i claimed the box room as my ‘dressing room’.  I think it was one of the first rooms we decorated, you see where my priorities lie don’t you. I recently cleaned out my dressing table boxes so i thought i would take a few snaps to show you.

L.E.M Beauty Blog | dressing room tour

 My recently added floating shelf has been a big help on the storage front. I keep all my jewellery on there in the Thomas Sabo monochrome box, perfumes, higher end skincare. 

L.E.M Beauty Blog | dressing room tour

I took a trip to Ikea a couple of months ago and bought this white tray to keep my everyday products on. The rest of my products are kept in a built in wardrobe to the right of my dressing table. I have some essential products out such as eye creams, toners, moisturisers, cotton pads and hair grips
I have found my dressing table looks so much neater with fewer products.

L.E.M Beauty Blog | dressing room tour

The room is only very small so it can only fir my dressing table, built in wardrobe and this wicker chair that was my Grandma’s – I just added the pink cushion to tie in with my pink blind. 

L.E.M Beauty Blog | dressing room tour

To the right of my dressing table is my acrylic make up storage. Mine is from BHS a couple of years ago and fits quite a lot of make up, The rest is stored in the wardrobe with the rest of the skincare and haircare products. A shout out to my mirror, Its from Nordic House, a online interior store that has the best customer service i have ever had. On top of the acrylic storage is my brush pot – It just about fits all my brushes in it, i may have to upgrade soon. 

What do you keep on your dressing table / area?

X Leanne X

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