When it’s all said and done, when you’ve chosen the color for the walls, the furniture, the appliances and everything, all that’s left in the case of kitchen décor is choosing the accessories such as the lighting fixtures. Sounds easy but it’s not. So, to make your job easier, we’re providing you with a collection of beautiful lighting solutions for modern kitchens.
Stained glass is usually one of the features that defines old buildings but it’s actually more versatile than that. You can basically use stained glass in any style and, more than that, it can complement almost any window or opening. The history behind stained glass is long and fascinating.
Summer is in full swing and that means its time for the outdoor! To light up those magical evenings, create some fun customizable stand lights. Here we used vintage jello mold tins on our stand, but the same concept for creating these can be used with other dome shaped objects such as dixie cups, cupcake liners, or folded paper cubes. Whether your enjoying time on the front porch with friends or camping with the family, these cute stand lights will surely add a bit of life and light to the party!
Before starting your own DIY patio furniture projects, there are a few things you should consider. First of all, don’t let yourself get overwhelmed by the details. Not all projects are complicated and we sure know it. Picture your patio and think of all the possibilities. All of these are great week-end projects so pick your favorite and have fun adding your own spin to it.
Whether it’s intentional or not, old and new come together all the time in our home’s interior designs. The contrast is always strong and not easy to include in the décor. If you like the combination, try mixing modern chairs with an old table in your dining room. It’s a particularly nice look for this area of the house because it creates an inviting and comfortable ambiance.
There is something timelessly appealing about a pathway. Maybe it’s because it takes the guesswork out of wondering where, in fact, we should be headed. It’s all laid out in front of us, and all we need to do is walk that way. Or maybe it’s appealing because it combines form with function – a beautiful way to keep the lawn from appearing trampled on a well-worn (albeit unofficial) path.