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    Creating beautiful interior home designs with affordable brands like IKEA

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    About Julie Mott
     

    Julie Mott is a Chicago-based interior design enthusiast and blogger.

    After getting a Bachelor’s degree in social studies from Northeastern Illinois University, she had her son Alex and decided to switch careers. As a young mother and homemaker, Julie is always looking to beautify her home with affordable and stylish furniture. Her mission is to create a hub for stay-at-home moms to create beautiful interior designs using affordable brands like IKEA.

    Ms. Mott is an avid reader of interior design books from which she draws inspiration. Her favorite interior designer is Joanna Gaines, and “Magnolia Home” is her go-to source of design ideas. Julie can spend hours on end at the IKEA store looking for the perfect piece of home décor. She believes every house can be turned into a welcoming home with a charming and pleasant atmosphere using affordable brands.

    When she is not blogging or exploring furniture stores, Julie enjoys cooking healthy meals and spending time with her son, family, and friends. As a senior in college, she used to volunteer at KEEN Chicago, helping children and adults with disabilities. She plans to volunteer more in the future as her son gets older.

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    Originally published on thriveglobal.com   Is your living room feeling antiquated? It’s time to revamp an essential room in the home with a delightfully modern design that injects life into your home. In this article, Julie Mott, IKEA advocate, and an interior design blogger takes you through...
    Originally published on influencive.com It can take a little while to make space feel genuinely like your own home upon moving into a new apartment. It doesn’t feel homey until you have all the things in place that represent you and your lifestyle. In this article, Julie Mott, an avid IKEA...
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