I wanted a wood entry table without breaking the bank! I was searching for one that was long enough for my entry way and have the rustic wood look but was unable to find. Headed over to the local home improvement store and got 4-2x2 2-2x4 and 2-wider wood panels for the top. Several wood screws and ready for sanding. Purchased two in one poly and stain paint, did three coats and all done! I get so many compliments on my new table!
Paint is relatively cheap, easy to apply, and makes a big impact. The hardest thing about paint? Picking colors! It's hard to even know where to begin, but I know I want a subdued, neutral/natural feel, with colors that flow from room to room. Since I don't have the house yet, I've been experimenting digitally with paint colors. #domesticheart #sherwinwilliams
Tight on space? We're obsessed with this built-in Murphy bar that is perfect for summer entertaining on your patio or deck, without taking up much space! DIYing this is so easy, you'll be just as obsessed as we are. http://www.ehow.com/how_12340780_build-murphy-bar.html?utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=freestyle&utm_campaign=fanpage
Hefty 224 sq. ft. little house doesn't feel tiny at all
Built by tiny housers, this 224 sq ft abode looks almost like a regular-sized house, thanks to a few decisions: a regular-sized fridge, a generous countertop, and a lovely floating stair instead of a ladder. | TreeHugger | Tiny Homes
Jane Schwab and Cindy Smith present beautifully arranged interiors in which the trademarks of their style—subtle color palettes, graceful furniture, an emphasis on comfort and entertaining—harmonize to create fresh yet classic rooms. Circa Interiors