Welcome to Red Leaf Style! I’m Kirsten Hudson. If you love vintage, enjoy a good
garage sale and adore combing thrift stores for fabulous finds, then you can get
your vintage fix here on Red Leaf Style.
Red Leaf Style aims to inspire you with do-it-yourself projects and original home
decorating ideas. You’ll find tips on how to incorporate vintage items into your
home, discover ways to revamp seemingly ‘lost cause’ furniture and explore stylish
alternatives to buying new items for your space.
Through it all I’ll show you everything I do to decorate my teeny Kansas City
apartment. All of the photos here on Red Leaf Style are my own (unless otherwise
noted.) If I can make my two-bedroom (it almost doesn’t count as such), awkward,
old apartment with radiators in every room look pretty, then anyone can have a
gorgeous pad. Follow my decorating adventures!
Why Red Leaf Style?
Naming a blog is difficult. I knew I wanted an area to showcase my love for
vintage home stuff, and really, vintage anything. I wanted a spot to show off my
decorating successes (and disasters). I wanted a place to prove that you can
decorate on a budget and still create something beautiful. For me, red leaves evoke
the idea of change. And, in my decorating world, I’m constantly changing. There’s
always a new idea to try out, a piece of furniture to rearrange and a decorating
pointer to share. I guess the idea is that Red Leaf Style isn’t a specific style; it’s
something that’s always changing, evolving and transforming. I hope you’ll enjoy
reading, through it all!
I’m Kirsten Hudson. I’m a professional web writer and freelance writer with a focus
on natural living. (You can see my work on OrganicAuthority.com, Natural Home
and Garden magazine and The Herb Companion magazine.) I’ve also been published
in the Huffington Post, and, most recently, in VintageKC magazine. I try to live an
eco-friendly lifestyle, and I’ll occasionally write blog posts here on Red Leaf Style
Feel free to check out my online portfolio if you’d like to see my professional work.
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