It can be difficult to find bathroom shelving that's functional and attractive. If you want it to also be adaptable as your needs evolve, well, now you're asking for an even taller order. I spotted this lovely and flexible wall of decorative shelving—and you can make it yourself.
Ah, the tubber combo. It's ubiquitous in bathrooms all over the world. And because it's so common, it can very easily fall into the boring side of washroom architecture. If you have one and you hate it, you don't have to demo the whole thing and start anew. You can just make some smart, sleek modifications and enjoy a fresh-feeling, semi-renovated spa-like space.
We have been talking about this chandelier for such a long time. It has probably been two years since we decided we needed/wanted it, until the time we hung it up last a few Sundays ago. It turns out I have some very talented and artistic men in my family. One of them being my brother-in-law, Rique, owner and co-founder of Tomada. Tomada is a company that specializes in unique, modern, and eclectic lighting. From chandeliers, to floor lamps and more, all of Tomada’s items are handmade in Brazil, by my brother-in-law and his business partner.
This cramped and outdated kitchen almost prevented Christina from buying the house! But it was a charming 100-year-old Craftsman-style house that won her over, and she made the goal of brightening up the kitchen and maximizing space a priority!
When it comes to kicking up your curb appeal, there's one particular project that pays off: Painting the front door. It's easy, it's inexpensive, and it has a magical way of transforming the way your entire home looks.
For proof that everything that is old will eventually become new again, one need look no further than the kitchen, where plenty of once-reviled trends are making their way back into the spotlight. Here are five 'new' trends that might look oddly familiar.
Potential buyers can be thrown off by the littlest things (just consult any episode of House Hunters). Even if you're not thinking about selling your home now, you can make small improvements while you're still living there without dedicating a lot of time or money to the cause.