A Beautiful Mess: Home Decor Hi guys, Mandi from Making Nice in the Midwest here! Recently I was really impacted by this Don Draper quote that come across my Pinterest feed: "Make it simple, but significant." Lately I've been attempting to live out this mindset in how I decorate our home, and seeing that quote was a powerful way of putting what I've been feeling into words. I think having less things can be challenging for certain people (like myself), but really cutting back and focusing on the impact of simple and beautiful things can make a home environment more enjoyable to live in. We've been updating our little mid century ranch little by little, and most recently purchased this beautiful vintage-inspired light from CB2. Before installing it, I thought we had a great opportunity for a simple but significant decorative element on the ceiling. Supplies: Step One: Draw lines diagonally from the corners of the square piece of plywood and also across the middle of each side. -Mandi
What's That ?! I'm looking at the picture, and I'm thinking to myself, "What's that ?!" The site is in french, but I knew the table was recycled and repurposed...but from what? Ready for this? Repeat after me...a washing machine drum! Made by Isa also has more great repurposed and recycled projects that you'll want to see. And it seems as though the French have a thing for washing machine drums. After stumbling on these two tables, of course I was curious. I also have to include this little BBQ because it is so deliciously rustic in its natural environment. This practical drum-turned-fire pit comes from Dr. Now, back to France. The more you look...the more you find. First life...cleaner. And these come to us from Bulgarian Alex Kovatchev via Yanko Design. This column lamp from Paul Morini really would be the perfect compliment to any warehouse loft or space. This is the waiting room at a medical office in France. By nature, a washing machine is quite DIY. Until next time... Mike Stumble this post
101 Household Tips for Every Room in your Home | Glamumous! I love to discover tips which make housework easier! From time-saving tricks to finding new and ingenious uses for old things, the Internet provides a wealth of information and advice. In this post I've collected 101 visual tips from all over the web to help you save time and money in every room of your home. About this post Most of these tips were found via Pinterest (which by the way is a great resource for discovering tips to help around the home!). Wherever possible, I've attributed the image and tip by means of links to the original site or web-page, but if you think I have made a mistake please let me know the original source and I will correct the link. What are your favourite household tips? Do you have any favourite tips from this list? You might also enjoy these posts...
12 Top Sources for DIY Design Plans, Ideas & Inspiration How do you make a pendant lamp out of string? Where can you find plans for a buffet table/hidden cat box compartment, or patterns for armchair slipcovers? No matter what kind of projects you’ve got lined up around the house, you can find tips, ideas and inspiration at these 12 incredibly useful websites – from step-by-step instructions to seemingly endless photo galleries. Instructables If you’ve got an idea for your house but just don’t know how to make it happen, Instructables.com is the first place to look. Invisible book shelves, glass etching, wind chimes, coasters, chandeliers, holiday decor – it’s all here in step-by-step tutorials packed with pictures. The DIY Network Just like the cable network of the same name, DIYnetwork.com is a font of practical tips and advice for DIY home décor, improvements, and furnishings – with an emphasis on the word practical. DoItYourself.com Makezine.com Make is more than a magazine. Craftzine Threadbanger Lifehacker Freshome Design Sponge DIYIdeas.com
untitled My Favorite Things - Mason Jar Revival My friend, "L", recently asked on Facebook…”Should I really buy another mason jar?” As if it were really a question! Here's a small collection of DIY mason jar projects I’ve found most inspiring lately. If you have a ’must see’ mason jar project, leave a comment at the end of this post with the website so we can all check it out. Have a seat in the blue velvet chair, relax, and enjoy the show! Who can resist these cookie mix cuties - spotted at Bakerella. They call this one the redneck wine goblet. Away from the kitchen and on to the home decor. It's simple and effective - as seen at Napa Style. It's no wonder this beauty is for sale at Etsy. This casual chandelier was used in a wedding tent, but would be fab in a dining room as well. They were just experimenting and ended up with this little wall light gem - at Kelly + Olive. I think I would have preferred that all the jars were the same size, but kudos to Liz Marie for this project. I love this pin cushion from Andy Rubio. p.s.
Cómo decapar un mueble antiguo Índice del artículo: Qué es decapar un mueblePasos para decapar un muebleVideo de cómo decapar un mueble Qué es decapar un mueble: Cómo decapar un mueble antiguo es algo sencillo y que todos podemos hacer, ya que consiste tan sólo en quitar las capas de pintura que tenga el mueble en cuestión.Cuando nos encontramos con un mueble viejo, seguro que notaremos que se le han dado varias capas de pintura a lo largo de los años, por no mencionar el que incluso se haya barnizado.Si queremos restaurarlo, y queremos dejarlo como nuevo, será necesario el que primero tengamos el mueble como se hizo en su origen ya que previamente lo habremos decapado, es decir, le habremos quitado todas esas capas.De este modo, una vez decapado ya podemos volver a empezar, y así pintarlo del color que más nos guste. Pasos para decapar un mueble: Video de cómo decapar un mueble Otros artículos de interés en Decoración interiores:
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