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I’ve been working on revamping my powder room. New paint, some new art on the walls, it was all coming together. When Wendy released her Fleury kit this past month, I was seriously swooning!
There have been other attempts at Portal -themed mirrors in the past, but these are definitely the best out there so far—and all it took was some rope lights. Of course having the portals ends so close to one another sort of defeats the purpose. Get creative and put one on the floor and the other over the toilet.
Novel idea ... Not Tom bookshelf. Old books can be works of art in their own right, beautifully printed and bound and lovingly worn from generations of use.
This is what happens when chess wizard Bobby Fisher and architectural master Frank Lloyd Wright get together – a vertical chess board that you and your family can hang in on the wall of your parlor – or living room if you prefer. Nothing short of an architectural and artistic marvel, this brilliant chessboard doubles as a wonderful conversation piece, as also it saves space in your home. So whether you’re an average chess player who wants to spice up the design in your home, or a serious player who wants to see the game from a whole different point of view, this chess board is the right fit. Maybe you own a bar on the nerdy side of town – well then put this bad boy next to the darts and fooz ball – because it’s the perfect chess set for players who want to be social.