When the press release for the LLSTOL hit my inbox, I immediately recognized it as a perfect piece for small spaces. The clever piece can be configured for use as a chair, table, bench or even shelves.
What to do when you've got a couple of flea market finds (or dumpster scores) that you're not really crazy about? You combine them into this crafty project that doesn't even look like the original. Can you guess how this bench was made?
My poor sister is pulling out her hair from worry right now. Her newly adopted puppy was lost by a dog walker yesterday; the young dog dashed out of the walker's car and is now lost/scared somewhere on the streets of West Oakland (if you live in the area, please check out this flyer* and help bring Benny home). The situation got me wondering, in this day and age of GPS tracking and Google Maps, what options were available to help find lost pets...and keep them from getting lost in the first place.
This living room in Justine & Angus' Toronto home has some great style elements in it. From the neutral sofa to the clear coffee table, the room strikes a nice balance between comfort and style. I've rounded up my five favorite pieces from the room so you can achieve a similar look in your own home.
Look around and you'll notice the warmer weather has brought forth an explosion of bright patterns and vibrant colors everywhere you look. But even so, basic
black and white remains a fashionable staple for the tech set. Here are several ways to accessorize your tech and home in the simplicity of black and white...
Sure you can put storage bins under your bed, but if you really want to maximize every inch and keep dust bunnies out of your life, a true storage bed is in order. Here are ten in a range of styles and budgets - all twin size beds, perfect for kids.
A friend mentioned she was giving her mom a simple, stained glass suncatcher for Mother's Day, and I thought it was a really sweet gift idea. I usually veer towards more practical gifts, but I love the idea of a pretty piece of glass hanging in the window. More
We often say that you should stick with neutral furniture and then drop in color with accessories. We're also fans of swapping out throw pillows and blankets to freshen up a home. If you stick with these maxims, you'll definitely want to check out Pyar & Co.'s colorful pillows and throws sourced from fair trade laborers in India.
Think of the daybed as the grown up version of a futon. By day it's an attractive sofa and at night it converts into a sleeping space. Great for studio apartments, daybeds are also a great way to add a guest bed to a one bedroom apartment.
Italian firm Digital Habits updates the average wall mirror well beyond version 2.0, offering users an opportunity to check their hair first, then charge their iPhone and control their playlist with a swipe of a hand afterward. The reflective motion detection design is also open source, which means those with the tools and skills could build their very own OPEN MIRROR...