13 minutes ago
I try to pace myself. I do.
Be thoughtful. Enjoy the process.
But when my company’s HQ got relocated from my home office to somewhere else, I kinda went into go mode.
What good does an empty space do me? 🙄
In less than 100 hours(and with LOTS of help!), I decided on a concept, did some sourcing, and made ALL the purchases.
Iron, ironing board, sheets, duvet insert, pillow inserts, garbage can, wall art, mattress, trundle bed, topper, curtains. (Swipe right)
Okay, I still need a curtain rod, but I can’t purchase that until the bed comes in and I can see the finish myself.
I also want to buy a live plant 🌱 and some fun decor.
The room is VERY small. About 75 square feet.
So far I’ve spent $950 on the nose. I think after my last few purchases, I’ll end up at $1100.
I plan to have this new room up on #airbnb by June 1.
I’m thinking I’ll charge $35-50/night.
I have a lot of people requesting long term stays right now. If I can get this room booked for a month, I can recover my costs in 30 days.
It’s a Joanna-on-a-budget meets a traditional-minimalist look.
What’s something you always look for in a AirBnb guest room? What’s a must have in this room?