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One gal's scrap metal is another's treasure. Katie rescued this tattered radiator cover from a flea market. She primed and painted the entire piece (what a difference paint makes!), then added two shelves inside. She created a walnut veneer base for the bottom, and filled the shelves with some of her favorite things.

...and such lovely chandeliers. What a beautiful room, and so cozy for winter months.

Great inspiration here. Now this is set up for a wedding but imagine it scaled down for a dining area. Love the green chairs and take it down to one chandelier. Some mirrors flanked on both sides of a buffet or side table. well you get the idea I am sure.

sneak peek: chad kouri + margot harrington | Design*Sponge

Source: House & Home June 2008 issue Products: Wall sconce, The Lamp Cage; blinds, W.H. Kilby; linen slipcover fabric; Robert Allen; slipcover sewing, Cover Your World; wall colour, Oxford White (OC-33), Benjamin Moore. Designer: Barbara Purdy

A little paint and a stark textile breathes new life into this chair!

Libraries to dream, think, read, contemplate, marvel, wonder, ponder, solve, nap, and drift off into the abyss.

Let a copper tray be part of your serveware. And when not in use, an open shelve is the perfect place to admire it!