Type “vintage laundry room” into any search engine and you’ll get a sea of white/muted pastel farmhouse inspired laundry spaces. Which made finding inspiration for the moody, masculine leaning, 1930s, art deco laundry nook I had floating around in my head a bit of a challenge. The Before If you’ve been following along with ourContinue reading “My 1930s Inspired Vintage Laundry Closet”
How to create your own DIY Visual Comfort Totie inspired task lamp dupe using a thrifted lamp base, a $10 shade, and some spray paint.
While I love a good framed print, sometimes it just doesn’t feel the same as a naked oil painting hung on your wall. Which got me thinking, could you MAKE a faux oil painting you could hang on the wall without a frame using free art from The Public Domain Print Shop? Better still, couldContinue reading “How To Create A DIY Faux Oil Painting On A Budget”
Have you ever wanted to design a bathroom whose inspiration you’d describe as an old english gentleman’s club meets a cabinet of curiosities with a dash of art deco glamor and a good helping of craftsman charm? No? Just me? Cool…. keep reading if you want to see how that played out lol… The BeforeContinue reading “Bathroom Meet World, World Meet Bathroom: A Renovation Story”
I will be honest with you. I really dislike having a TV in my living room. Not only do I dislike how they tend to suck away at my time, or dominate social gatherings, they are also just an unsightly giant blank black box on the wall when I’m not watching something. In my idealContinue reading “How To Turn Your LG TV Into A Work Of Art”
Here’s the thing about tiling an old home. Absolutely nothing is square or level. Nothing. So if we had just started tiling, following the line of one of the walls as our guide to start, the tile would have ended up crooked and skewed on the floor. Or worse, the uneven start would have setContinue reading “Ah… The Joys Of Tiling Old Unsquare Rooms…”