Been working like crazy loading up Two White Owls with new switch plates. Got some groovy ones for anywhere in the house. And even got some cute ones for nurseries and children’s rooms…READ MORE
There is nothing not to like about this house. To me it seems like it’s perfect from inside and out. The Goodrich Residence by Chioco Design is a mix of cool tones of white and gray with rich warm natural woods. The use of color is kept to a minimum. Just a splash here and there in every room is sufficient to keep it from feeling cold and sterile.READ MORE
Today I bring to you some of the amazing works of the Erin Martin Design group.
Ok, these people have the coolest website I’ve ever seen. Even if you’re not into what I’m showing, you should still check it out.
These rooms aren’t all from one single house, it’s a compilation of some of the rooms I found most interesting.READ MORE
I don’t generally visit the site because reading translated sites is often such a pain. The translation sometimes doesn’t make sense and if your mouse happens to pass over anything an annoying text box pops up, ruining the whole experience.READ MORE
Today I thought I’d share with you the beautiful San Anselmo Bungalow, a home designed by Jute Interiors. The whole philosophy behind their work is to create spaces that not only look but also feel natural and welcoming. “Jute composes livable spaces, punctuating them with uncommon accents and singular pieces”.READ MORE
There are some really cool options for wallpaper out there these days, it’s back in style big time. The only problem is that it can get pretty pricey. A normal roll (50 square feet), depending on the quality, style, etc. can cost $200 an up. That’s per roll people! That’s way outta my budget, I’m thinking diy wallpaper is more up my alley.READ MORE
We went to Salvation Army the other day looking for a picture frame for a project I’ve got in mind. And while we didn’t find the frame we did find a pair of gorgeous thrift store chairs for, get this, only $20 for the pair!!!READ MORE
They can get pretty expensive if you buy the real thing. Here are some fab tutorials for DIY animal print rugs so you can get the expensive designer look in your home for much less and without any furry friends having to give up their lives.READ MORE
Here are two versions; the costly designer version and the modest diy version. Both look equally as fabulous, the only difference really is the price.READ MORE
Conventional wisdom says that you can’t use bold color or pattern in small spaces. It makes the room look smaller, feel like it’s closing in on you or make the space look chaotic. But this isn’t true at all.READ MORE