Useful Ideas and Layouts to Create a Photo Gallery WallSAS Interiors by Jenna Burger My most popular post to date that you, my awesome readers, just swoon over is how to create a photo wall display. This post alone has received well over 70,000 views and today I’m sharing even more great ideas and layouts to create your own photo gallery wall. Knowing where to begin when creating a montage of photos can often be intimidating, so I’ve gathered some handy examples on how to find the right balance and layout for various sized photos in all the different areas of the home. Here comes a long post with alot pictures, but it’ll be worth scrolling all the way through… Staircase, gallery wall, and ledge display ideas by Brenda Knight Photography Gallery wall ideas via Pottery Barn Photo and wall decor ideas via One Click Design Studio I really like the asymmetrical foyer photo layout. Room vignettes with photo gallery ideas via RobinWood Photography Wall Display Templates by Gradybug Designs Lots of display ideas – source unknown Gallery Wall idea by Jen of World of Dennifer
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20 Inventive Ways to Upcycle Shipping Pallets by Ian Rebello repurposing, diy By Inthralld on Aug 19, 2012 Shipping pallets have become a bit more popular with the quest for sustainable elements and materials in one’s home. With the popularity of Green Design and creative prototypes floating around out there, there are some great d.i.y. opportunities for things that can be found locally– like pallets. We’ve rounded up 20 great inventive uses of the bland old wooden pallet and put them together for you to gain some inspiration from. They range anywhere from merely stacking the unused pallets to make a base for a bed, sofa or coffee table to the pallet built barn or home. What have you made out of pallets? Visit Inthralld »
23 More Creative Bookshelf Designs EmailEmail Talking about shelves may sound boring, but it isn’t so! Those who saw our first selection of creative bookshelves know that they can be an entertaining part of any room. To show you just how cool the shelves can be, we put together another collection of modern bookshelf designs. Can you imagine any of the following examples in your place? 1. “This book shelf, which holds up to 15 pounds of books, screws directly into a wall stud and presto – you have an invisible book shelf! 2. “The Corner Industrial Bookshelf is a great conversation piece turning heavy iron piping into a modern urban look that will add a sense of history and character to any space.” 3. This unique solution lets you find your favorite book at night without waking up the whole family. 4. “With its cantilevered modules stacked upon each other at a single angled point, Equilibrium is a unique furniture piece that immediately catches attention by creating a sense of amusement and surprise. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.
Sweet Dreams Vanity Vignettes I adore this inspiring collection of über feminine and personalized vanity vignettes. Whether it be swiping on lip color, dabbing on perfume, or slipping on jewelry, it’s almost always the final stop in the getting ready […] Fiddle Leaf Fig Ficus The fiddle-leaf fig ficus, or ficus lyrata, is hands down my favorite indoor house plant. Turn your cables and extension cords into art instead of hiding them This is the kind of thing you look at in magazines, admire for a second, and then never do… But whatever, it’s still kind of cool. (via XBMC) (via Maisie Broadhead) The first one seems pretty doable. But if you like the last one and want to try it yourself, you’re probably going to have to rewire your light. What do you think… Nifty but impractical idea? (via Unplugged)
30 Design Ideas to Make Your Small Bedroom Look Bigger by Micle Mihai-Cristian on Bobvila.com interior design By Freshome.com - Interior Design & Architecture Magazine on Oct 30, 2012 If you are looking for inspiration on how to decorate a small bedroom, prepare to be overwhelmed with fantastic ideas. So take your time and go through each and every photo from the list below, analyzing details and slowly configuring your dream bedroom. You're reading 30 Small Bedrooms Ideas To Make Your Home Look Bigger originally posted on Freshome. The post 30 Small Bedrooms Ideas To Make Your Home Look Bigger appeared first on Freshome.com. Visit Freshome.com - Interior Design & Architecture Magazine »
Small Bedroom Design Ideas Advertisement If you have a small bedroom and you don’t know how to design and decorate it in a manner that is not crowded, you should know design it in terms of utility and space that is vital when it comes to small bedroom. A bedroom is better to have some essential elements that provide comfort and relaxation for people living in it. It seems impossible at first sight to get a maximum of comfort in a small space and that’s why I want to share some tricks that can be useful when you want a great comfort in a small bedroom. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Make Room! Cool Color-Changing Walls for Your Home This may be the best room-changing design idea since interior house paint: forget your white living room walls, green bedroom or brown kitchen and bring your favorite rooms to life with these incredible, changeable and colorful do-it-yourself pixelated wall displays. Feeling dark? Switch from colorful rainbow patterns to a pitch black surface in seconds. Amirkhan Abdurakhmanov (better known as Amirko) has come up with this simple but dynamic wall decor idea for transforming an ordinary surface into a do-it-yourself design canvas that lets you set the tone (or tones) depending on your mood.
Wood Slice Walkway Inspiration : katyelliott.com Posted on | March 16, 2009 | 22 Comments One last photo from the Portland Flower Show. I found this walkway so interesting decorated with wood slices. Looks like the slices are just laid into sand. Maybe a cool idea for a house in Maine or just any house in the woods. Readers have suggested using larger slices and choosing rot-resistant wood like Black Locust, Douglas Fir, and or Cedar. I was told the garden path is the work of Landmarcs out of Gorham, Maine. Looking for more garden path inspiration, click here for gravel inspiration and here for gray rocks laid in a sidewalk in Salem, Massachusetts. Update: I spotted another wood slice walkway at the 2011 Boston Flower & Garden show, click here to view photos. Related Posts:Snug Harbor Farm at Portland Flower ShowNo Outdoor Space? share Comments
melted crayon art | Mr. Kate all images via Meg Duerksen how amazing is this!? found this DIY and photos on Whatever by Meg Duerksen. i have to make one of these! all you need is: a white canvashot glueblow dryera couple boxes of wax crayons do it: pick your colors and glue the crayons to the top of the canvas – tips facing downheat up the crayons to their melting point with a blow dryer set hot and highwatch the art come alive DIY dresser round-up DIY dressers are a theme on the blog this month - check out mine here! so on trend, i had to post a round-up of these DIY’d dressers that i found on ScrapHacker.com – a fantastic site for upcycling projects. this first one is ikat print… which i love! you know how i love to decoupage! check out my decoupaged coffee table here. this dresser DIY is originally from Martha Stewart and i love the spin on a sketch of a vintage dresser decoupaged over a modern one! love this chevron print dresser and i love those giant knobs! love love this rustic look. this would be great in a Restoration Hardware inspired interior if you paired this with a chandelier near-by – rustic meets luxe. and those rope pulls remind me of the Decorating with Rope post i did a while back. full tutorial for this dresser here. Ikea hacks are the best! gift wrap! geometric design. painter’s tape creates a nifty look! two half circles in bright shades. outlines of clothes makes for a cute and modern look
10 Coat Hooks of Distinction If you’ve seen one coat hook, you’ve seen them all, right? Wrong. While your average coat hook may not get much of a reaction, we’ve compiled this gallery of ultra unique coat hooks of distinction – coat hooks that are far from average! 1. Tree Branches Bringing a dose of The Great Outdoors to the interior of your home, these repurposed tree branches turned rustic coat hooks are a really crafty use of Mother Nature’s free materials. 2. Speaking of the outdoors serving indoor purposes, even though these aren’t Mother Nature’s creations, these garden hose faucet handles are fun and colorful option for highly functional indoor coat hooks. 3. Although these unique hooks are constructed from pretty common glass soda and beer bottles, they’ve earned their distinction by being used in ways we never thought possible. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.
Modern Beds and Creative Bed Designs Collection of modern beds and creative bed designs from all over the world. Housefish Suspended Bed Creative suspended bed held by machined aluminum, stainless steel tension cables. Float Bed $25,000 Float Bed by David Trubridge, a New Zealand designer. Sampon Daybed Outdoor Bed Amazing outdoor bed design from Lifeshop Collection. Floating Bed Chicago Floating Bed Chicago by Robert Bernstein - the four supporting cables at the corners of the bed go straight up vertically to the ceiling. Geometric Bed Ness faceted geometric bed by Jakob+MacFarlane. The Embrace Lounge Creative lounge by Lost Angeles based designer Tanya Aguiñiga. Tree Bed Creative $15,000 Tree bed by Shawn Lovell. Private Cloud Rocking Bed The Private Cloud is a patented rocking bed by German designer Manuel Kloker. Flotiform Bed Creative bed design. Sleeping Tube Futuristic two metre “sleeping tube”. Sunset Chaise Lounge Terminal 1 Daybed Magnetic Floating Bed Conventional furniture is in contact with the earth through gravity.