Each baby shower guest is assigned a letter & is asked to bring that letter decorated for the nursery. How awesome-an easy way to get all the letters. Cute idea for good friends and family for the future!!
A "cuddle couch" (Just for the record, we had one of these when I was a kid 20 years ago! LOL Glad they're bringing round couches back!)
This is how pots and pans should be stored. Lowes and Home depot sell these.
#Doorway Into the Beach. Blue is appropriate for a North, East or Southeast door. Windows in #doors create a bright entryway. This creates good Qi. If it is dark, musty and gloomy, it is a sign of other problems within the home. #Feng Shui http://patricialee.me/feng-shui-at-the-front-door/ the doors, blue doors, door colors, beach houses, front doors, planter, aqua, porch, flower boxes
For my beach house....
"Moody couch". Bean-bag style couch with built in pillow and blanket for days you just wanna curl up in a cocoon.
The Swingrest. I would probably sleep outside every night.
Front Entryway Gallery Wall ♥ LOVE this.
Even better than cords.. Great for counter top- could use one of these in the kitchen stat Two Please!!
I really love the colors here! LOVE that the ceiling is a super light grey and not just white! Love the white trim with warm woods/wall colors....dining room idea (?) with wood beams, of course?! haha grey kitchens ideas, kitchen photo, kitchen island grey and wood, dream hous, island lighting, wood countertops, kitchen islands, kitchen designs, block island
Cora" Bedroom Furniture Evoke the charm of coastal cottages with this tranquil bedroom furniture. Made of hardwood solids and hickory veneers with a hand-painted antique-white finish and physical distressing. Shelter beds have hand-carved headboards with cane insets on the back and sides. Queen bed, 66.5"W x 88.75"D x 66.25"T. King bed, 83"W x 88.75"D x 68.25"T. bedrooms with white furniture, bedroom decor, guest bedrooms, bedroom furniture, french country, guest rooms, cora bedroom, country look, french chic
Love this bed
I have a BEAUTIFUL fireplace screen - this is a nice idea. Cozy up your bedroom by unfolding a fireplace screen and hanging it on the wall behind your bed as a headboard. For an antique look, use spray paint to cover the screen in blue. After it?s dry, dip a sponge in bronze paint and wipe a light coat on the screen. Repeat with copper paint. Finish with a clear spray-on sealant. decor, idea, beds, painted fireplaces, fireplace screens, diy headboards, guest rooms, room dividers, bedroom
Rays of Sunshine
diy valentine light from design sponge materials: 1. red thin gauge wire (available at craft stores) 2. light bulb (any standard incandescent bulb with a regular size base will do..no fluorescent or halogen bulbs) 3. pliers 4. screwdriver 5. safety goggles 6. scrap piece of wood or wood cube (craft stores usually sell wood for crafts and would have a small square or chunky piece that would work) 7. 2 pins 8. paper and pen (or type written message) 9. wire cutters 10. hammer and nail (optional- if you are using soft balsa or craft wood these are not necessary) 11. hot glue gun cost: wire: $2 wood scrap or cube: $2 tools, paper: on hand time: 1 hour instructions: 1. prepare a surface on a work table for hollowing out the bulb. make sure the area is large because little chunks might jump off the base when you crack the glass. 2. follow these instructions on how to hollow out the light bulb from teamdroid.com. these are easy to follow instructions that also give good tips on safety and procedure. 3. when you have your bulb ready, clean the outside carefully and put it to the side somewhere where it is protected from breaking. 4. cut a ten inch piece of wire to make a heart “filament”. fold the wire in half to create a sharp crease, then unfold. about an inch from the crease, take both loose wire ends and loop both wires around to create the heart halves. then pull both wires back down, overlapping the center of the crease and extending beyond the heart shape. you may want to tweak the heart halves a little to get heart shape that you like. your heart should be about 1/2″ wide so it will fit through the base of the bulb pretty easily. 5. if you want two or more heart filaments in your bulb, repeat step 5 one or more times. 6. take your filaments to your bulb and hold them up to see how long the stems need to be to have the heart filaments positioned in roughly the center of the bulb. use your pliers to cut the extra wire off the ends. also test that they fit int o your bulb without having to smush them or distort the shapes. if that is the case, make them smaller. 7. if your wood is soft, you should be able to poke the wire filaments down into the top of the wood and they will stay in position. if you are using a firmer wood, use a hammer and nail to create a small guide hole. then remove the nail and push the wire down into the hole. you may want to secure these with glue as well. 8. now fit your glass bulb over the filaments and glue the bulb down to the wood at the base. 9. use the pins to attach your love note or message to the front of the piece of wood. YOU’RE DONE!!