Pallets have been popping up for many years in DIY furniture projects due to their low cost, versatility, and ease of use. One of the best ways to repurpose them is to use them for extra storage (because really who doesn’t need more storage?). Using the pallet vertically creates excellent storage that is perfect for any small space! This project requires only a few modifications to the original pallet so don’t be daunted by the size, this one won’t take nearly as long as you think.
In Alassio, Italy, there’s this beautiful park overlooking the golf where used to be a deteriorated building with a splendid location. The architects of Studioata were in charge of a difficult project: replacing that old building with a new one and making it look natural.
Whether you want to gain some privacy for your living room work station, to separate the seating area from the bedroom or to put a wall between the dining area and the rest of the open floor plan, these room dividers from IKEA work great in every case and, more than that, they even let you squeeze in some extra storage and display space.
Custom-designed for a family in Mumbai, India, this apartment is a masterpiece focused around an exquisite and unique staircase. When Arquitectura en Movimiento Workshop started working on this project, they came up with a well-defined program based on the needs and preferences of each member of the family and each space.
Are you sick and tired of having your makeup area look like a tornado hit it? It’s time to find some solutions and get your pretty self organized, ladies! With just a few simple tweaks, your makeup setup and routine can go from drab to fab. Here’s a fantastic girl’s guide to makeup storage, including 15 organizational and creative tips and tricks.
BASIC FURNITURE FOR MAKEUP ORGANIZATION
Vanities Come in All Shapes & Sizes.
Although they may give out a traditional vibe, kitchen subway tiles never get old. They a timeless and classical detail that can be adapted to suit any kitchen and style. There’s more than one way in which you can use subway tiles on your kitchen backsplash and also more than one type. One way of categorizing them would be like this: