Decorating Small Spaces: 7 Bold Design Elements to Try in Your Hallways
Hallways don’t tend to get much design love when it comes to our homes, with us usually giving a lot more attention, money and energy to the other rooms in our homes. But they can be places greatly improved by a little design attention, and make your whole home feel full and finished! Make or buy narrow bookshelves to line the walls of your hallway, like seen in this hallway on Homebunch.
Creative Reader Projects No. 186: Inspiring Decor, Crafts, Makeovers, & Recipes - bystephanielynn
Happy Friday my friends – tgif! I’m looking forward to an easy weekend – you know, the ones without any actual plans. Those sometimes turn out to be the best. I do have some inspirational eye candy to share – there is over 50 creative reader projects below. Special thanks to everyone who takes the time …
How To Decorate And Organise Your Shit In A Shared House
Just because you live in a shared house, doesn't mean everything has to look shit. Here's how...
The Best Paint Colours For Small Hallways
If you have a small hallway that you're struggling with, then let me tell you that you are by no means alone. And, better than that, there'...
Hookin Up with HoH #124 - House of Hepworths
It’s time for my one hundred and twenty forth link party. That just makes my head spin. That is a lot of weeks! I could have had at least 3 kids by now. Yikes! ** So, are you new here? I throw the Hookin’ Up with HoH Party every week to give all of you …
Look! High Open Shelf
If you’re tired of your plain Jane boxy apartment with very little character, consider this option: install a floating shelf about a 2-3 ft from the ceiling to display framed photos, art, collectibles, and books. We love the airy look of this predominantly white room (even with a standard height ceiling), and the shelf adds personality and some extra storage space as well.[ Photo from Living Etc ]Related ReadingLook! Even More Open Kitchen Shelves From ReadersLook!
Black Interior Doors
A couple years ago, the Mister & I ripped all the carpet off the stairs, added new treads, stained them dark walnut, poly’d them (3 coats), and painted the risers white. The whole hallway was painted (Benjamin Moore) Revere Pewter, one of my all-time favorite neutrals. Every. Single. Spindle. was removed, primed, painted […]