6 Spring Scents: DIY Home Fragrance

In the blink of an eye, it’ll be officially spring, whether the weather chooses to agree with us or not. Even though some of us may be dealing with a bout of ice and snow, it’s never too early to do a bit of spring cleaning, organizing and sprucing when it comes to the house. We’ve compiled some easy, family-friendly tutorials for you to try our and get your home smelling like springtime! Take a peek and try your hand out on some of these DIY home fragrances!

1. Lemon, Rosemary Mix.

For a subtle hint of spring with a warm richness, try adding some fresh ingredients together. Slice your lemons, add some fresh rosemary stems and a bout of lavender essential oil to the mix. Boil them on the stove or set them out in a bow with a scoop of baking soda so that it fills the space.{found on myfrugaladventures}.

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Huge Multi-Functional Living Potential In A Tiny 420-sq-ft Apartment – Exclusive Interview

If you’ve ever looked around your home and wished for more space, you’re certainly not alone. It’s easy to want more space to store more of life’s stuff. But what’s not easy is to take a tiny apartment space (let’s say, oh, 420 square feet) and design it to provide highly functional living in that very little space (comparable to an 1,100 square foot home).

That’s two Romanian architecture students named Catalin Sandu and Adrian Iancu did in this Life Edited apartment in Soho, and it is an architectural and home design marvel! Let’s take a brief tour of this amazing space, shall we?

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Tiny Steel And Glass Desert Shelter With Room For Only A Bed

Have you ever been in a place so beautiful you wish you could stay there longer? All you wanted then was a bed, four walls and a roof and that’s exactly what you would have gotten if you were to choose this tiny house. It’s a project created by a student and it’s called the Miner’s Shelter.

Each year, students are assigned o create a temporary shelter in the desert near Taliesin and each year they come up with all sorts of interesting ideas. This one, however, stands out and inspires them year after year.

For this interesting project, Frazee, the one who designed this whole thing, used the concrete ruins which were already existing there/ The stone chimney and the concrete walls were used as a base for this tiny structure. The actual shelter is a steel and glass box so small that there’s only room for a bed inside. The oxidized steel allows the tiny house to blend in and to become a part of the desert.

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10 Ways to Use Chicken Wire in Your Décor this Spring

Trend alert: Chicken wire. That’s right. It’s not just to keep our egg-laying friends safe from the foxes anymore. Chicken wire is showing up outside AND inside the most stylish of homes. It’s a down-to-earth resource that has both an organic vibe with a bit of modern geometric and industrial appeal. That’s right. Chicken wire has it all. If you’re interested how you could incorporate this trend into your home décor this spring, read on for ten fantastic ideas:

1. Chicken Wire: Wallpaper.

You might be on board with chicken wire as the primary component of accessories, but have you ever considered using it as wallpaper? If not, this master bedroom might be the inspiration you’re after. Chicken wire spray painted gold and mounted on the main bedroom wall lends a subtle geometric backdrop to the cozy cottage feeling.{found on ashleyannphotography}.

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Attic Apartment With Rustic Charm And A Spacious Balcony

Situated on the 5th floor of a building which dates back to 1882, this attic apartment has all the ingredients of a perfect dream home. In total, it measures 87 square meters, 17 of which are occupied by the balcony. Attic apartments don’t usually have spacious balconies and this makes this particular apartment that much more special.

The attic was built in 2008 and the style chosen for the interior is a mix of rustic and modern. Simplicity defines each of the rooms. The living area has a corner fireplace which can’t possibly go unnoticed.

The wooden floor and the antique furniture make this space feel very charming and welcoming. The bedroom is all white and it too has a corner fireplace. The fireplace, like the walls and the furniture, is white and it has bronze accents that somewhat match the floor and bring in a subtle contrast.

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Bunnies and Chickens and Eggs, Oh My! (20 Ways to Prepare your Easter Table)

Whether you’re hosting the family’s Easter meal this year or you just want to spruce things up for spring, decorating a fresh and festive Easter table is always fun. There are so many options – classic springtime color schemes, classic Easter season items, and classic seasonal animals, to name a few. You can mix things up, turn classic décor into modern or casual or formal or whatever you need.

Whatever your dining dreams this Easter-time, check out these fantastic Easter table decoration examples for some inspiration.

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The Pros And Cons Of Having A TV Over The Fireplace

It’s so much easier nowadays to hang the TV on a wall instead of occupying floor space with a piece of furniture. If you also have a fireplace then you must have though at least once that hanging the TV over the fireplace could be a good idea. However, it’s difficult to decide. Both the pros and the cons of doing that are strong enough to let you doubt yourself.

The BIG PRO of displaying the TV over the fireplace is that you get to save space. The rest of the walls can be used to display artwork or for mounting furniture on. Also, since both the TV and the fireplace are focal points in any living room, putting them both on the same wall means that they’ll create a common focal point.

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