love the style! Amazing designs fromJacob Hertzell
November 27, 2013 No Comments
Really pretty and cute nursery arrangement! Sweet dreams captured by photographer Petra Bindel.
March 30, 2012 No Comments
Romantic Bedroom: Lace Bedding. Mix old and new, sheer and crocheted. Start by layering your bed with crochet-edge sheets (purchase or sew crochet trim to plain sheets), then top it with an extra-wide lacy panel. The look is pure romance.
Romantic pink living room: Red and pink sofa, white walls and floors. Look for damaged pieces of vintage lace to recycle into pillow decoration. Salvage the best sections for the project and stitch onto colorful fabrics so the delicate designs pop.
October 22, 2011 2 Comments
The SEESAW faucet is a stylish and eco-friendly faucet designed by Han Chanhee. It has very unique design and working procedure. It is designed to minimize waste of water to tap works with the stock up and down the seesaw. When the soap dispenser on one side is pushed down from the neutral position to release soap, the tap on the other side is raised and its flow is prevented. via
May 6, 2011 No Comments
Love the color combination of this bedroom!
Dark wood cabinets with half glass doors for dining room, extraordinary artwork.
Dark gray sofa background with a simple modern wall art, love the leather sofa.
I adore that yellow sofa and the wall decorations, The pendant light cluster, too
April 16, 2011 No Comments
Dark interiors are brought to life with the addition of clean white bedding and linens. Floral details on the shams and duvet serve as a rustic compliment to the raw oak in the exposed support beam and dry-stacked hearth with stones that could otherwise be bulky and cold. Additional feminine details like the painted, antique chest at the edge of the bed, aged chandelier lend themselves to creating a comforting cottage appeal.
An early-1800s Southern rope bed features a headboard that can be removed or be hooked into an upright position, ostensibly to encourage air circulation in summer and to block drafts in winter. Pine shutters serve as a neutral counterpoint and perfect pair for the rooms, aging green-painted walls. Ornate touches are limited to an elegant, antique light fixture in order to compliment but not overtake the quiet feel of the room.
In the master bedroom, a vintage French sewing cabinet doubles as a headboard. The motor-court sign was discovered at a local antique show and serves as an eye-catching and whimsical focal point around which additional seating and light fixtures are placed.
Create a one-of-a-kind setting and show how much you care about your animals with grace and just a touch of humor. A handsomely carved c. 1905 English bed found helps create a cozy feel in the master bedroom; balloon shades soften the double-hung windows. The bed had been fitted with a patchwork pinwheel quilt and is adorned with whimsical needlepoint pillows featuring various dog breeds.
An antique quilt rests on an aged blanket chest; and old ticking fabric covers the lampshade; netting forms a delicate canopy on the 19th-century mahogany American bed and gossamer curtains from Pine Cone Hill are at the windows.
April 11, 2011 No Comments