How To Transform Simple Kitchen Utensils Into Light Fixtures

What cold be better for the kitchen than a light fixture made with things like forks, spoons, food cans or other utensils? It’s a fun idea and also one with lots of possibilities. There are lots of things you could be using. So the next time you want to throw out something, think twice before you do it. Who knows…you could be throwing out your new kitchen pendant light.

Let’s start with this piece: a colander light. Forks are hanging from it but, if you want, you can make something similar and with a simpler design. Just find a way to hang it from the ceiling and to attach the socket and light bulb.{found on hutchstudio}.

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12 Square Meter Room Transformed Into A Mini Studio

When you have a clear image in mind of how you want your home to look like and what it should include you can find your way around obstacles such as the lack of space. There’s no better example we could give you here than this tiny space.

This used to be nothing more but an empty room in the center of Paris. It had no electricity and it was too small to become anything. That was its status when its current owners found it: two violinists who love a challenge.

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25 Ideas for Decorating your Garden Fence

The humble garden fence, our gardens have them but we neglect them.Yes we may paint or stain them but do we decorate?  This Spring let us celebrate our garden fences and show them some love.Use your fence as a blank canvas and accessorize with some of your up-cycle favorites or beautiful pieces.

1. Rain boots.

Children grow quickly out of all kinds of shoes, rain boots make fun planters.  Add the rain boots to the fence in your child’s area of the garden for them to grow their own flowers.

rainboot-garden-on-a-fence

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Stunning Overwater Bungalows Around The World For A Breathtaking Holiday

Forget about the miracle of walking on water, there’s something better and more interesting than that: spending your vacation in an overwater bungalow. Just picture this image: a beautiful, serene room just sitting there, suspended over the water, with magnificent views and complete privacy. There are numerous such beautiful bungalows all over the world.

Gili Lankanfushi Maldives.

The Gili Lankanfushi villas can be found in the Maldives, on a lagoon surrounding a coral island. The resort has a total of 45 luxury villas and 7 Crusoe residence only accessible by boat. They are sustainably designed with natural materials and a combination of rustic and modern beauty.

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Explore Unique And Unconventional Designs Inspired By Origami

The inspiration for a beautiful piece of furniture can come from anywhere and some things provide inspiration for more than just one piece.For example, there’s a multitude of furniture pieces which have been inspired by the art of origami. Let’s take a look at them.

This is the Origami chair and it was designed by Jan Brouwer & Chris Karthaus. The chair is made from recycled 3mm aluminum sheeting. It’s laser cut, folded and bolted together and the result is this intriguing piece of furniture which you can integrate into your home’s modern décor.

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How To Add Privacy And Make A Statement With A Curtain Wall

I love how much curtains can change the décor in a room. By simply including this décor element into a room’s design you can easily change the mood and the atmosphere. The bedroom becomes more inviting and cozy, the living room has a more elegant allure and even the dining room can benefit from such a feature. But curtains can be more than just a window treatment. They can also be used in other ways.

This decorative metal chain curtain definitely makes a statement

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20 Of The World’s Narrowest Houses – Comfort In A Tiny Space

When designing or building a home, size matters but it’s not the most important thing. In fact, there are lots of tiny houses which look incredibly inviting and comfortable. Today we’re going to take a look at some of the world’s narrowest houses and see how they were designed and how functional they really are.

Keret House – from 122 centimeters and 72 centimeters in its narrowest spot.

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