Posts Tagged ‘house.’



Just discovered Ninainvorm via Oh Joy!.  Love! Advertisements

It’s a stencil. From Stencil Library. Based in the UK, they also have a great blog with lots of examples of how their stencils can utilized. Love it.



Via Little Green Notebook, great DIY embellishment idea for those storage cube ottomans that you see at Target and Bed Bath and Beyond. Take this: and do this:

Yes. It’s spelled FLOR. And it’s for your floor. FLOR carpet tiles aren’t exactly new news, but I love these Alexander Girard tiles that they’ve just come out with (via Design Milk): Also, interesting and inspiring TED talk from Ray Anderson, the founder of Interface (the company that makes FLOR) about sustainable business practices and […]

I’ve been meaning to post this for weeks- better late than never, right? This would be an awesome way to jump on the faux bois train. The wood grain trend has really grown on me and I LOVE this rug. It’s fun, but not too whimsical. (That’s a good thing). It’s from Land of Nod, […]

That’s what I said when I got a glimpse of Tom Leighton’s photography showcased today on Desire to Inspire. I think this room is my favorite: I’ve decided I definitely need more birdcages in my life. And mirrors. And white floors. And pink flowers. *wistful sigh* See more here.

I finally got around to framing this awesome motivational print from Orange Beautiful that I bought a few months ago. I used a RIBBA frame from Ikea and because I am kind of lazy, I simply used the mat (um, white card stock with a big rectangle cut out of the middle) that came with […]

I sure do. Luckily, you can still get your domino fix over at sfgirlbybay where there are at least 10 installments of Ode to Domino’s My Deco Files, a great series highlighting images of all those great rooms that were featured in domino over the years. While you there, you should check out sfgirlbybay’s extensive […]

… look what we have here. Via Decorno , a New York Times article with $300 room makeovers. Not all of the designers who were asked to participate came in under $300 and some were more successful than others, but the results were pretty good overall and some of the general concepts (rearranging furniture, taking […]

… with spreads in magazines or on websites that feature items described as “bargain”, “cheap” or “affordable” and those items still cost a couple hundred dollars. While I completely understand that in relation to some other things, especially where furniture, etc, is concerned, $200 actually IS fairly cheap and might be a real bargain compared […]