DIY Test Tube Flower Vase With Reclaimed Wood Base

It’s peony season here and there is no better way to show off gorgeous flowers than with a fun do-it-yourself vase. This project is great for those who love to bringing the outdoors in and want an exciting way to show off single stems! Perfect as a centerpiece for your dinner table or as a way to bring blooms into the bedroom or guest room.

DIY test tube vase instructions

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Dipped in Snow: Monochromatic Rooms

White is serene and peaceful. It’s versatile and can be mixed and matched within a variety of themes and style genres. Which is why it’s a perfect choice to go with when creating a stylish, one-sahded theme. From kitchens to bedrooms, let us inspire you with this snow-covered monochromatic rooms!

1. Mixed & Soft.

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Heavenly Beverly Hills House Featuring A Vibrant Natural Design

Hello world and Happy Monday! A brand new week starts today, full of great new ideas we can’t wait to share with you. Today we’ll start with this gorgeous mansion. It gave us a lot of inspiration and we hope it will do the same for you.

Located in Beverly Hills, California, this residence is a remodel of an existing home originally built in the 1970s. The remodel was a project by McClean Design and they designed a series of residential spaces starting from the original layout.

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15 Tips On How To Make Your Ceiling Look Higher

Ceilings are not exactly the main detail that you pay attention to when you first enter a house, but they do have a major impact in maintaining a sense of freedom and space. Everybody knows that these are vital if you want to create that particularly welcoming feeling! A room with low ceilings may give you the impression of living in a small bird cage.

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Sustainable Office Extension With Out-of-the-box Features For A London Home

In London, England, there once was an old family home. It was a big mansion but its owners then started to feel the need for a separate workspace.After all, it’s better not to mix business with pleasure. So an extension was built for the house. It was designed by Fraher Architects and has a geometric design and modern interior. The extension was called The Green Studio and soon you’ll understand why.

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Cozy Sleeping Porches For A Perfectly Relaxing Summer

Back in the day when there was no air conditioning, sleeping porches were the coolest and most wonderful place where you could sleep on hot summer nights. Now their usefulness is limited but they remain a nostalgic feature, especially great if you want to grab a nap with a fresh breeze.

A rustic sleeping porch with sliding doors is a great feature for a log cabin. Take a nap and leave the doors closed if the weather is not friendly and you can still feel close to nature and admire the views. This one has a cozy and rustic look.

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DIY Painted Doormat

Doormats tend to get a little worn out after awhile. But you don’t have to just let your mat fade over time. Instead, you can actually use some colorful spray paint and even incorporate some stencils to give your doormat a bit of a facelift. And since it’s one of the first things people see when they come to your home, it’s worth a little bit of extra work to keep it looking nice.

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