Tuesday 25th, April 2017 10:04:37: AM. Before & After. Adorlee Tanguy.
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Monday 24th, April 2017 06:38:17: AM. Before & After. Halette Riou.
price: under $100
Basic Steps = I assembled the dishes with would labor on it as a weekend assignment. The plywood they trade at Lowe‘s is a ideal size for the spot (some item‘s are just meant to be). I also appended in shells plus a spoon with the china. My creativity was clean also vintage. I equal the shabby chic view, nevertheless wanted it additional modern with simple. My basic steps for achieving the view were to possess one focal point of "wooow," which is the backsplash, that would distract from the less glamorous bits of the room I wasn‘t intelligent to modify. The rest was up to a raw coat of coloring to lighten everything. Black plus white simplifies the room with let‘s that natural beadboard‘s pretty shine.
Wednesday 26th, April 2017 10:32:12: AM. Before & After. Adorlee Tanguy.
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Oh, to possess a workspace that looked equal this! It was clearly no little feat, however, also Sullivan plenty a lot of hard labor into the space. The palette of grays, creams plus wood colors are the prefect backdrop for showcasing flowers, with the sparing utilize of much vintage furniture labors so beautifully to set the color. Wonderful transformation, Sullivan!
An apartment in Helsinki, Finland houses this 300-year-old, restored “Könni” wall clock. It was handed down to Ulla-Maija by her mother’s family — still chiming every hour on the hour as it would centuries ago. She believes a home is made gradually over time through pieces that reveal one’s true past, present and future. “You add to it as you go, and little by little it becomes a reflection of who you are and where you’ve been.” Ulla-Maija’s decorative ideology is represented in a space full of meaningful family heirlooms, including a family tree gallery wall of portraits dating back to the 1800s.
We feature smart home renovations, additions, extensions and revamps on almost a daily basis here at Decoist. Many of these projects not only see a complete transformation of the interior, its ambiance and style, but also old attics, sheds, garages and unwanted extensions being done away with in favor of contemporary extensions. It is wood drawn from these structures that can revitalize your bedroom by transforming itself into a stunning accent wall. Sure, reclaimed wood does need some work, and you will always find some scrap and unusable material in every pile. But be patient and let your old home become a part of your new bedroom!
My advice is don’t get unmotivated because you have a small space! You can do anything, just put your mind to it! There is tons of inspiration on the web, soak it all in and come up with your own unique space!
I’ve always wanted an actual dining room, but its never quite come to fruition yet. I’m in love with the idea of turning a random room into a fresh, beautiful dining space with a small table and floating shelving, just like Sibylle has done here. The space cost her next to nothing; just some elbow grease and creative planning. The DIY mason jar chandelier is pretty cool, and the hanging chairs are a perfect way to maximize space. Great job, Sibylle!
The Olmsted family has no shortage of interests and activities they like to partake in; for Betsy it’s design and art, gardening (their neighborhood allows for supporting local farms and produce, too), yoga, and scoring vintage finds. Peter’s work is in energy policy and he is an advocate for sustainable energy and enjoys cycling and outdoor adventuring. Their seven-year-old, Emmett, loves nature (especially rocks and fossils at the moment) and animals. Last but not least, Wells loves track suits, costumes and his favorite gold high-tops. We can only imagine how much fun this family will have creating art and memories together in this inspiring space.
Valentine’s Day gets a lot of flack for being too much about expensive gifts and jewelry. But I think it’s safe to say that most of us in the online design community prefer something simpler, handmade and from the heart. So today, in addition to our regular DIY projects, I wanted to share some of our of all-time favorite ideas for making Valentine’s Day gifts for friends, family and loved ones. Whether you want to bake an apple pie covered in a heart-shaped crust or just want to make some quick and easy garland to decorate your home or a loved one’s dinner chair, there’s a project here for every budget, style and purpose. My personal favorite is still the wool filler project. It’s so fun and silly, but functional, too! I love the idea of surprising a loved one with a heart-shaped patch over an old wool sweater or blanket. It does double duty as a fix for a hole or tear and a sweet reminder showing someone that they are loved and appreciated. xo, grace
A bathroom that feels like a natural extension of the living space even as it drapes you in relaxing comfort – Perfetto+ alters your perception of a sophisticated and functional modern bathroom forever. Crafted with timeless Italian flair and contemporary aesthetics by Sergio Brioschi for Inda, this refined masterpiece binds together sinks, vanities, mirrors and cabinets in the bathroom, giving it a seamless unified theme. With modular bathroom systems becoming increasingly popular, this latest composition from Inda allows the homeowners to mix and match different units, choosing cabinets and bathroom accessories that work specifically in their bathroom so that they are not bound by rigid conventions.