How to Build a Built-in The Cabinets - Woodworking — Philip Miller Furniture
The Custom Built-ins started out with lots of research, and like many DIY project we looked to Pinterest and Houzz for inspiration. You can follow me on Pinterest here and Houzz here. A lot of love and time went into this project and in this post you will learn how the cabinets were made. The second post will discuss the fireplace and the third will conclude with the bookshelves. Below is a photo of the final project.
Masculine and Moody Rooms: Get the Look - The Inspired Room
Emma Collins Interiors Hello, friends! I hope you all had a lovely weekend. I sure did! My family and I spent some time on the ferry traveling across the water this weekend. We had the most glorious weather in Seattle…it almost felt like spring! While there are still two months left of winter here, it […]
Nicola Broughton-"The Girl with the Green Sofa"Blog HomeLou Watkins Midcentury, Vintage Inspired Home
Today on the blog is the hilarious Lou Watkins , whose Instagram posts always make me chuckle, she’s also got a great eye for interiors, a fabulous piece of furniture; mid-century and vintage and some great art. I especially love her study chair, the wallpaper in the guest bedroom
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Mara Chandelier by Tech Lighting | 700MRAWR-LED927
The Mara LED Chandelier is a wholly modern interpretation of a classic multi-arm chandelier, but rarely does a fixture provide such dramatic impact. Includes 120 volt dimmable LED modules. Both size options supplied with one 12 inch and two 24 inch stems in coordinating finish. Can be installed on a sloped ceiling up to 45 degrees. Dimmable with an electronic low voltage dimmer, sold separately.
Dark blue walls....... What's not to love! — HORNSBY STYLE
Dark blue walls? yes please! I think using blue on the walls of our homes had a bad rep for far too long, and now thankfully they've returned in the last five years or so, but in much deeper, richer colours.