Do you love the look of shutters but not the price? Here’s a cheap and easy DIY for an interior shutter window treatment.
Tile is a very integral part of many homes today. It can be found on floors, backsplashes, fireplace mantles, showers, home decor projects, and more. The trick is knowing which tile is right for your home or project. You need to consider aesthetics, durability, maintenance, installation, and cost. The following guide from Drury Designs is a great guide to help you narrow down the right choice.
A front door is great for a first impression to your home but a mailbox can leave an impression even quicker. Most visitors will pass right over a bland mailbox, a side from looking for address numbers, but an awesome mailbox can really set the tone.
Perfect for the modern or eclectic home, this mailbox features a clean and sleek design with floating numbers on a rusted metal box.
Industrial Beer Bottle Light
Some people say save your best for last, but I like to lead with my best step forward. This light utilizes industrial pipes and beer bottles to make a phenomenal light for an eclectic room.
Many of the women I polled before writing this article found that a major closet purge woke them up to the fact that they buy too many clothes. Now, before they purchase something new, they find they ask themselves questions like; “Where and how often will I wear it?, Do I already have something like it or something to wear it with?”. Most of the time the garment winds up back on the rack and they walk away empty handed.
If it passes those questions, try it on in front of a full length mirror to make sure fits properly and that you like it on you. If it doesn’t pass this final test, then don’t buy it. It’s as simple as that.