For the Home
1. When you just want a room to be "warm white," meaning not too yellow or too peachy or too anything else, then go with Benjamin Moore Ivory White (925). Don't overthink this—I've already done enough agonizing for everyone and can say for sure that it works pretty much anywhere, unless you're going for museum-like sterility, in which case you're reading the wrong magazine.
Sand Dollar Framed Wall Art II from the Winter by the Water event at Joss and Main
All in a a row under the eaves.
The "miracle" of baking soda and peroxide. Put 1/4 cup of baking soda in a bowl.....add enough peroxide to make a paste. Rub on with fingers or sponge. Cleans EVERYTHING! Stove, oven, pans, stainless steel applicances, even the white handles of the refrig door.
a kitchen that has as many windows as a sun room...now thats different!
Awesome pair of channel back chairs!!!
old door as headboard... just add crown molding and paint! Awesome idea.
A collection of thrift store lamp bases --> Krylon’s Looking Glass spray paint, which dries into a mirror-like finish. First, spray the body of your plain glass with clean water. While the surface is wet, spray it thoroughly with Looking Glass spray paint. The water will prevent the paint from completely adhering to the surface – exactly what’s required to achieve the characteristically blotchy look of genuine mercury glass. Let the paint dry overnight, and repeat the process to the darkness of your liking. (Use on my MANY flower vases?)
Black rubber doormat and a can of white spray paint! Awesome.