Since I'm still a few months away from being in a place where I want to do a proper home tour (hey, we just moved in! Um, four months ago.) I figured I could share a few of the small things that are contributing to making our house a home and making the home ours. Including that weird plate featured above that I'm still not sure will have a permanent home here.
First, I love this Riot Not Quiet print from Zoo Mouse Key Press. I got it for donating to the Chicago Women's Health Center a year or so back, since the artist, Laura, is on the board. Its one of my absolute favorites, and this old thrift store frame gives it a good home in the dining room.
The clipboard wall! It serves as inspiration in the office, as well as a home for all the prints that we couldn't cohesively hang elsewhere. Each clipboard was 3/$2 at Office Max, so I also love that it was a cheap way to fill a big wall.
What do you keep in your house to make it a home? Family photos? Heirlooms? Show me what you got.