Before & After: A Shared Parisian Bedroom Gets a Sophisticated Makeover. Two sisters in Paris used to share this space and it is a pretty cute "before" space.
The little house bed was a DIY project and the prevalence of pink was offset by the white walls and sunlight. With the youngest sister out of a crib, it was time to redesign and, just their luck, their aunt is super style savvy and loves to take on decorating projects. With paint, wallpaper and several re-imagined thrift store purchases, she turned their new room into a soft, elegant haven. Their aunt, Nadia, introduced a minty green as a complimentary color, using it in a floral wallpaper and painted walls. She found similar, but not matching peacock headboards and painted them pink and added lovely little feminine touches around the room. Dogs 101 - Weimaraners. Chantale Morin. Cascading french fishtail braid tutorial for medium and long hair.
Shopping Interests. How Not to Be a Hoarder. I don't own a TV, so I haven't actually seen the A&E series Hoarders.
But having lived with a recovering one, I understand the tendency. Many of my friends have commented that they envy my minimal style. Birth of a Book. The Demon Storm. Small is cool. If you choose to live on your own as a young person (and i say this assuming that you don’t earn major bucks or perhaps you live in an expensive city – or both) you will probably be faced with the reality of renting a studio apartment. unless you’re an investment banker, or you won the lotto, or your granddad left you a sweet inner city pad the size of an ark that he bought back in 1950 for R500, or you’ve found some 3 bedroom palace with wooden floors and a working fireplace that’s being rented out for tuppence. if you’re one of those people, please don’t pity me. for i might be jumping on the studio flat bandwagon one of these days, and of course in lieu of that, the first thing i consider is HOW TO DECORATE. zach motl lives in a 178 ft² studio apartment in brooklyn. that’s 16m² folks… he’s an interior decorator, which explains why his flat looks the way it does.
“the more stuff you put in a room, the bigger it seems” Revolving Kitchen And Hanging Bed In Stunning 600 Sq. Foot Recycled Cabin. Photo: Evelyn Muller.
Although interior design events in Latin America are always full of huge museum rooms thought for impossible houses, it's good to see the trend of small spaces popping up in places like Buenos Aires and Sao Paulo. This 600 sq. foot recycled cabin by Brazilian designer Fabio Galeazzo presented at the last edition of Casa Cor Sao Paulo is another one of such spaces, and presents some very cool features.
Asked to make use of an old cabin that was already at the city's Jockey Club --venue of the event--, Galeazzo decided to retrofit the place adding a new, visible bamboo structure both inside and outside the place (photo above). He then sought to create a space that had the simplicity of traditional cabins with some of the comforts of modern living. Named 'Urban cabin', the space has only 600 sq. foot, but thanks to a clever blending of outdoor and indoor space, it looks bigger. Do You Want To Dream Different?
Re-purposed Suitcases - Vintage love - The Clothspring. Your garden in an electric light bulb. How to grow & harvest strawberry plants. How Does Your Garden Grow? / DIY Mini Zen Garden via wendiland via genius-idea: Take an old tin lid, fill it with sand at the beach this summer … plunk in a tiny succulent or cactus and use a pen to create some paisley inspired graphics in the sand :} #Ze. Urban Window Garden. The Hipster Home » Blog Archive » How to Make a Tiny Terrarium in a Light Bulb. Ahoy there Hipster Homers!
I’m Julie and I’m the very first guest blogger on this fine site. Today’s project involves breaking stuff, plants, found objects, and miniatures. Fun, right? How-Tuesday: Light Bulb Terrariums. Desert terrarium inside a lightbulb. This is a wonderful lightbulb terrarium project that was made and submitted by web visitors ( Niels D.R. and Annelies V.D.K.)
My thanks to them for the picture and the tips. Here is what they have to say about the project: I've recently discovered your terrarium projects on youtube, especially your idea of making one inside a lightbulb so I made one with a desert theme to avoid condens on the glass and here is the result . What I used: