Thank you so much for all your lovely comments on my home office makeover! I was blown away by how kind you all were about the end result, and now I want to invite everybody over to work with me in there and I'll make us all pumpkin spice lattes* for our 4 o'clock treat. (What, you don't have a 4 o'clock treat? Why, sometimes I have a 4 o'clock treat and elevenses—which is, as you might expect, an 11am treat.) *My pumpkin spice lattes aren't really pumpkin spice lattes, by the way, they're just the poor man's version: basically, I heat up some milk in the microwave, pour in some of the leftover morning coffee, add a vigorous shaking of cinnamon and allspice, whisk everything up with a fork, and—if I'm being really wacky—add a dollop of that whipped cream in a can, although I tend not to be able to be trusted around that in general, really, because I do awful things like spray it onto the back of my hand and then lick it off. (Why did I just confess that?
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A Modern Take on the Doily $850 Lamp for less than $50? Yes Please! Hello Pretty people! We are so excited to share a project we did this past weekend.
Post tonight's menu, bistro-style, with this DIY project. Paint a swath of black in a corner of the kitchen, frame it with crisp white moulding and let the board take over from messy notes and lists, or use it for an extra-large calendar or menu selections. Blackboard Basics Using blackboard paint is a snap. You’ll have to invest a little time, but the actual technique is quite simple. The keys to success are to apply several coats (two to three), let each dry thoroughly, and allow the final coat to cure for several days before writing on the surface.
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We moved to a 2 bedroom/2.5 bath out in the country on October 12, 2012- and we look forward to making the rooms “clickable” when we have photos of them to click to . This is the first floor layout… You can see before photos of each room on the first floor HERE . This is the second floor layout:
Karen’s Design Dilemma Karen’s living room is bursting with serious potential. Here’s her letter:
May 31st, 2011 by By admin # Kid bedroom designs Here are How about this wonderful wigwam arranged in the middle of the room, hanging from the ceiling and offering the kids their favourite hiding place in plain sight, without having to hunt for a secret place all over the house. Or maybe you like the whales that swim on the wall, the tiny chairs that are dwarf-like and the lots of furniture pieces that are also shaped like animal. No matter what you choose from these pictures, there is always nice and funny to see a kid’ s room. [ Via ]