bedtime reading. | sfgirlbybay
manolo yllera. there’s nothing quite as luxurious and divinely lackadaisical as reading in bed. it’s one of my favorite evening pastimes, and a nice way to shut down after a long day in the world of technology. my aunt once told me that on rainy weekends she would get up, change the sheets and then […]
Decorating Your Room in a Rustic Way - Log Bookshelf
Ever thought about decorating your room in a rustic way? Well, if you have that in mind, then this idea of a log bookshelf will come in...
Ideas for Space Under Stairs - Paperblog
I stumbled upon a bunch of clever ideas for spaces under stairs. It is often the most ignored space in the house; its potential is overlooked by homeowners.
Hidden library door
A door hidden within a wall of bookcases at Oxburgh Hall, Norfolk, owned by the National Trust. It is decorated with real book spines, with tongue in cheek titles that reference events and people from the history of Oxburgh.
Ernesto Garcia, ASID Top Residential Interior Designer In Phoenix, Scottsdale, Arizona. Ernesto Garcia is an award-winning residential interior designer in Phoenix, Scottsdale and the rest of Arizona. He is known for having an exquisitely refined taste that manifests itself in every style he is commissioned to design. Ernesto’s
How To Keep From Falling Down A Staircase
The alternate title for this post could have been 'Building Another Bookcase', but where's the fun in that? Let's start with the finished product and get it out of the way. When we first added the second floor, I was totally all about a long row of pretty, white pickets and a monstrously beautiful newel post at the top of the stairs. But then a couple things popped into my brains: 1. I have a pretty good fear of heights and I just didn't like seeing the drop all the way down to the first…
How I Transformed This Dresser and a Giant Favor - Thistlewood Farm
Four days, five hours and thirty-six minutes ago..... .....I left the Better Homes and Gardens headquarters in Des Moines, Iowa. It was the trip of a lifetime for a girl who lives in the middle of nowhere and drives an hour an a half to shop at Target. I will never forget a single minute of it. And the giantest of thank yous to you and your votes that sent me. This was it. This was the final round of the make-over madness competition. The challenge? To transform this IKEA dresser into…