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Curtain Makers. We make beautiful curtains in a variety of pleats and finishes using your own fabric.

Curtain Makers

Our curtains are priced from $29 per drop and we have lining at wholesale prices. Chalk Paint™ Decorative Paint by Annie Sloan. We are bubbling with enthusiasm about Chalk Paint™ decorative paint by Annie Sloan.

Chalk Paint™ Decorative Paint by Annie Sloan

So inspired and motivated! We are now the proud stockists of Chalk PaintTM for Auckland Annie Sloan developed Chalk Paint™ over 20 years ago and has led the decorative painting revolution; she has become perhaps the world's most respected expert in decorative paint, colours and techniques. Chalk Paint™ adheres to most surfaces and creates gorgeous results quickly and easily. Chalk Paint® decorative paint. Chalk Paint® decorative paint “Painting with Chalk Paint® should always be a pleasure.”

Chalk Paint® decorative paint

Chalk Paint® is Annie Sloan paint. Annie Sloan developed her now famous decorative paint, Chalk Paint®, in 1990. Back then, there was no paint available with the properties Annie was looking for, so she decided to develop her own. Chalk Paint™ by Annie Sloan decorative paints, no sanding, priming or undercoat required : Femme de Brocante. We are very proud to be stockists of Chalk Paint™ decorative paint by Annie Sloan.

Chalk Paint™ by Annie Sloan decorative paints, no sanding, priming or undercoat required : Femme de Brocante

Described by many as “the best paint in the world” once you try it we’re sure you will agree! Annie Sloan (who is considered an expert in the world of decorative paint) developed Chalk Paint™ over 20 years ago so it has been tried and tested for some time. Chalk Paint™ is so special for a number of reasons: Fabrics - Fabric House. 2981.52.jpg (500×500) Style Within Reach: DECORATING: HOW TO DECORATE YOUR SHELVES. Recently one of my friends asked me for some help in how to decorate her hanging shelves.


It may seem like a no-brainer for some, but coming up with a carefully curated display can also be a challenge. It usually takes me several days to come up with an arrangement I like- but I've put together a few helpful tips that I use. 1.PICK A COLOR PALETTE: Select a few colors to work with - and include a heavy dose of black, white or grey and gold or silver.

It doesn't have to match your existing decor perfectly but it should tie in with at least one color. Pick a color family, like oranges and pinks and work with whites and gold tones - or go with bright blue, pink, teal and add gray and white accents. Images clockwise from top left: 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8. Wall Shelving: Resources, Tips & Tricks — Weekend Shoppers Guide. One practical and eye-catching way to make use of a small space is to cover an entire wall, from floor to ceiling, in shelving.

Wall Shelving: Resources, Tips & Tricks — Weekend Shoppers Guide

Whether you load it up with books, knick knacks or a combination of the two, wall shelving can have great impact while also giving you a place to stow your stuff. After the jump, we've rounded up resources, tips and tricks to pull off this look… Resources:• IKEA — We love IKEA's shelving for the affordability and flexibility. For instance, the Stolmen line can be configured to include drawers and a desktop. Little Green Notebook: Black Walls in Our Bedroom. There are four bedrooms in the new house.

Little Green Notebook: Black Walls in Our Bedroom

Two on the garden level and then two more on the floor above the living room/dining room/kitchen. It made sense for us to be on the same floor as the girls (who will all be sharing a room for the next couple years at least). The bedrooms on the garden level are pretty large and equally sized, but we decided to use that floor as my office (since that floor has an outside entrance) and the other bedroom on that level will be my sister Heather's, who's living with us currently.

The upstairs bedrooms share a bigger, nicer bathroom, which is good, but one of the bedrooms is majorly smaller than the other. There wasn't even really a choice for us - it makes way more sense for Michael and I to take the small bedroom and to let the girls have the huge 20x15 bedroom. So our little 'master' bedroom (ha!) I've been thinking a lot about painting the walls of the room black. The Color Wheel: Your Guide to Choosing Perfect Paint Schemes.

The color wheel is a basic tool for decorating, especially for beginners.

The Color Wheel: Your Guide to Choosing Perfect Paint Schemes

It's your guide to choosing color schemes that work. Here are the basics and most common strategies, along with tips on how to navigate the wheel to get the perfect paint job. First, a refresher on the basics: The classic color wheel is made up of 12 different hues. One half is considered cool colors, and the other contains warmer hues. Beyond that, the wheel is further classified into: 1. Primary colors are colors in their own right and can’t be created by mixing other colors. Secondary colors are created by mixing two primary colors to get either purple, green or orange.

Köhler's Medizinal-Pflanzen in naturgetreuen Abbildungen mit kurz erläuterndem Texte : Get to work! { style bootcamp } - Fieldstone Hill Design. We have been discussing the three steps we need to take in order to identify what we truly love. 1.

get to work! { style bootcamp } - Fieldstone Hill Design

We need to start by accepting that our opinions can and will change. {check out this post} Fave colours. My style words. Things/styles I want in my room. Using photo inspiration to help you define your style - Fieldstone Hill Design. {The post below was part of my Haven Conference break-out session content} {this post is part of a series that tackles how we can overcome our decorating paralysis, and how we can begin having homes that we love. today.

Using photo inspiration to help you define your style - Fieldstone Hill Design

Click to read the additional Overcoming Decorating Paralysis posts.} Remember when I told you that, in order to identify your own personal style, you needed to get to work?? Yes. Well. Now, do the fun part… and start collecting photo inspiration: {image via Fieldstone Hill on Pinterest} Pinterest. DIY: Antiqued Mirror (2.0 Version) One of the first projects I did in the house was paint out the little kitchen desk area, remember that? The cabinet doors had clear glass panes and I decided to make the glass look like antiqued mirror using Looking Glass spray paint and a little bit of watered down vinegar. I was pretty happy with the result, but knew I could do better with my second chance - the big cabinet doors on the corner hutch cabinets.

I tackled those doors recently and I LOVE the way they turned out! Stuff on Pinterest. Mod Podged Notebooks. Hellooo Lil Luna readers, This is Sarah visiting you again from over at Boxwood Clippings. I hope you all had a fabulous weekend, and are refreshed for a full week ahead! Today I thought I’d share a tiny project which is cheap, fast, and easy; A Mini Composition Book Makeover. (Of course this tutorial can be done with regular size composition books too, but there’s just something about miniature objects that up the cute factor for me!)

First purchase the books. This is the perfect time of year to shop for anything stationary. Metallic Monogram Tutorial by Kellee Belnap. Wait until you see what we did with Mod Podge and aluminum foil! Supply List:-Monogram Letter -Aluminum Foil-Mod Podge (I used Glossy)-Paint Brush Instructions: It’s best to work in small sections and work your way around the letter. Since mine was going to hang on the wall, I didn’t worry much about covering the back on the monogram with the foil. How to print on bookpages. On Etsy you find prints on bookpages everywere. I love them but they are really easy to make yourself, so why should you pay for them? If you just run your bookpage through your printer the placement is not always right. Barely There Instant download Digital by PaperweightMemories. Miniature Mounted Menagerie! Also known as, I’m obsessed with tiny plastic animals.Harpers Happenings : Harpers Happenings.

Posted on | September 11, 2012 | 88 Comments Do you think of things you could make with tiny plastic animals while you’re in the shower? If the answer is no, then I congratulate you on your life. Home decor-frames. Tutorial: PB-Inspired Tiled Mirror for $10. Our most popular post of all time is the PB-Inspired Tiled Mirror , but there's just one problem: the original tutorial for that project has been deleted from the internet.

And, it used a poster frame, which adds a considerable expense if you don't already have it on hand. Wd021.jpg (800×451) How to Make Leaf Skeletons. Paint some branches gold. Resene Colour Palette Generator. Resene Paints - Over 6000 Colour Swatches To View & Download. Resene Paints - Over 6000 Colour Swatches To View & Download. Resene Paints - Over 6000 Colour Swatches To View & Download. The HUNTED INTERIOR: Hello Gorgeous! The Story of our DIY Headboard. Fabric Upholstered Headboard. DIY Campaign Style Side Tables. Yesterday's post on campaign furniture in the kitchen reminded me that I hadn't shared this easy DIY yet.

Before Meets After: A beast to a beauty. Hello Mint Dresser. Itsy Bits and Pieces: A Quick and Simple Paint Tutorial... The cheater's secret on how to make pillows. DIY Tray. This would be a great gift for a new mom. You could include a mug, a box of tea, a book, and a small journal and pen. Sitting and storage bench { IKEA storage shelf unit } -