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other rooms , interior design By Freshome.com on Oct 30, 2012 If you are looking for inspiration on how to decorate a small bedroom, prepare to be overwhelmed with fantastic ideas.
Since you're a student we're guessing you've got some empty cans and bottles lying around.
I am pleased to present a fabulous renovation of a reader's home today. This one I can relate to. Interior designer Sary 's home looks about as narrow as mine (12') which is quite a design challenge. Here is a bit of history of her home: " It's a typical brick Philadelphia rowhouse built in the early 1900's. The previous owner was an elderly woman that had been living there for over 60 years and probably hadn't renovated it in about 50.
I have been looking for the perfect piece of wall art to hang over my couch but had been having a hard time finding the right one. Recently, I have been seeing a lot of great colorful wood wall art pieces and fell in love with them. My dad happened to have a pile of wood strips from an old project doing nothing but collecting dust so I offered to take them off his hands.
Looking for a way to fill that blank wall but don't have permission to paint? All you need is a trip to a major hardware store and an afternoon in front of a good movie to take care of that little dilemma. Supplies Needed: Large frame with paper insert, a ton of pretty paint chips, double-sided tape squares, and vinyl letters appropriate to the size of your frame or phrase (4" - 6"). I went with a color scheme that involved a variety of tones from some of my favorite colors.
I’ve mentioned before that I use suitcases in our bedroom for extra storage. But that’s just one way to repurpose a vintage suitcase. For some gobsmackingly creative ideas, scroll on! Giftwrapping box Better Homes & Gardens Collect all your wrap, tags and tape in one place in a mobile wrapping station.
Don't stash away or discard maps from your favorite vacation spots.
**This tutorial is intended for personal use only.
I am a chronic doodler. My school notebooks always had more scribbles of flowers, geometric shapes, and animals than actual notes.
This project is very simple and if you already have a book that you're willing to sacrifice, the cost is just $5 for the lamp from IKEA. Some people freak out when books get destroyed for projects like this.
Thank you for all the great feedback for liking my Braided Rag Rug . I understand that not everyone has a sewing machine or/and able to sew, so I created this no-sew version for the non-sewer who like to recycle their bed sheets or de-stash their fabrics to make this feet cozy Woven Rag Rug. This tutorial doesn’t require any loom for weaving; just use a sturdy corrugated carton box from your recycle pile.
The other day, surfing through blogs, I found this amazing quilt.
First of all, can I say how in love I am with this Anthropologie shower curtain?
This is a super easy project that anyone can do on the super cheap. I wanted some nice sconces for my guest bath downstairs. I looked high and low and couldn’t find anything I wanted and the ones I did like were about $20 a piece….story of my life. I couldn’t bring myself to spend $40 on 2 sconces for the guest bath. A few weeks back I was strolling the Dollar Tree trying to see if there was anything that I could fashion into a sconce. I walked the whole store 3 times and came up empty.
Now there's a title for ya! Totally inspired by Alabama Chanin , here's my spin on it. What you'll need is: