my home wish list
command center - mail, bills, charging station... Neat, pretty, and consolidated.
The outdoor fireplace provides a focal point as well a a destination. The curving path, though solid, subconsciously relaxes the visitor by slowing their progress with curves , not only in the pathway, but also through the shape of the shrubs and planters. This proves that even hard materials with straight, geometric angles, can be softened when juxtaposed against enough soft curves. Well done!
take doors off closet, paint, create shelves, install counter for desk area (look at Menards or Lowe's or Fleet Farm for 'odd sized counters' for sale), maybe mirror part of the back wall for 'light purposes, install outlets for plug-in stuff, slide plastic 3 or 4 drawer bins under counter for storage of office/scrapbook/craft stuff...voila!
Queen Sized Storage Bed
In this do-it-yourself storage headboard, storage, style and lighting come together in a project you can build in a couple of hours. Grab all your supplies from Builders Warehouse, have all the PG Bison 16mm SupaWood cut to size and you are ready to assemble. http://www.home-dzine.co.za/diy/diy-shelf-headboard.htm
Home-Dzine - Make a storage headboard
Blue Paint Colors: Designer's Favorite
deck: awesome for the veggies & herbs
Make Your Own Headboard using two unfinished raised-panel doors. Cut about 8 inches off the top of each and flipped the doors upside down so the bottom of the door is on top of the headboard. Prime and paint. Then attach the doors right to the wall side by side. A cut piece of crown molding tops both doors, creating the illusion of a more substantial piece of furniture.
Easy Headboard - 2 doors from Lowes or Home Depot painted and topped with crown molding.
shower tile frame + mosaic floor + planking
This is so easy to do! Another “Why didn’t I think of that?” idea. Just take some old wooden shutters and paint them to match the #decor in your dining room, kitchen, or even home office. Screw them to the wall with your drywall screws and you have an instant organizer. Do like I did and put a notebook in it…no more lost sticky notes! Source: marthastewart.com