This old house...
Let contradiction lead to harmony. Artfully curate and wrangle your collections by placing them on a shelf together.
The owners of this South Carolina home wanted a welcoming entry and loved the idea of keeping their front door open to enjoy the breeze while still keeping bugs at bay. The answer: sliding screened doors hung just inside the foyer, instead of outside the front entrance. Plus, the doors keep the entry and surrounding area open because there is no door swing. (Photo: Photo: Southern Living)
sliding screen doors... Love them!!!
Towel Rods + Baskets + Clip Hooks = GENIUS
dollar store organization
Reclaimed Wood Wine Rack - Dark by Del Hutson on Scoutmob Shoppe
From Design Sponge: Omar's DIY bath remodel, He took the old formica cabinets and raised them added what looks like bun legs. Opened the bottom center cabinets and made shelves for baskets. Doors are resurfaced. Mirror is same large mirror with shelf covering the middle and frames to give the look of two separate mirrors. At $200, Very cool!
So many smart, budget friendly decisions in this bathroom flip. High end look for a $200 budget.
DIY: Ceiling idea for a child's room -
Instead of buying an expensive barn door track kit, make one yourself. Fifty-eight dollars worth of hardware—including casters and plumbing pipes—transformed two salvaged 10 dollar doors into a barn-style entry.
Built-ins instead of a wasted blank wall. Love this!