DIY Book Box Hiding Spot

Sometimes shelves get bogged down with essential storage items that aren’t very visually appealing. Baskets are one way to keep things organized and neat, but aren’t always the perfect fit for the space or are lacking in color and shape. This cute book box hiding space creates a place for storing eyesores or extra shelf styling items while adding an aesthetically pleasing look.

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Incredible, Luxurious Stand-Up Showers

We have a treat for you today! If you have a master bathroom, that’s a luxury in and of itself, but if you have the chance to have a walk-in shower with extra space to relax and enjoy in, that’s a whole different level of comfort. We’ve rounded up 10 incredible, luxurious stand-up showers that are not only beautiful and stylish, but functional too and would be a delight for anyone to use or have in their home.

1. Corner Wash.

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Look Beyond The Clichés – 11 Pink Chandeliers With Grown-up Charm

Pink is a deceptive color. It looks all soft and girly but it’s not just for nurseries and definitely not just for girls. Pink looks awesome when paired with accessories and focal points in interior décor. For example, pink chandeliers can be very charming if you decide to make them stand out. They can be the quirky accessory a room needs to feel complete or the touch of color that can turn the ceiling into a focal point.

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Modern Apartment Takes Openness To A Whole New Level

The Oh!dessa Apartment was designed by 2Bgroup who turned it into the perfect setting for having parties and entertaining guests. Featuring a modern aesthetic, the apartment combines the owner’s desire to entertain with an overall comfortable design perfect for day to day life.

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Secretary Desks – The Tallest, Heaviest And Most Imposing Of Them All

A secretary desk is a rather odd piece of furniture these days but it used to be a common feature back in the day. It has a base made of wide drawers topped with a bookcase usually featuring glass doors and with a hinged desk in between. The combination can seem unusual and unnecessarily robust but, at the same time, it seems like a pretty neat option for those working from home because it can be closed, concealing the desk and thus restoring the room to its original function.

A quirky addition to the bedroom.

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25 Homely Elements To Include In A Rustic Décor

Defined, rustic style is a design emphasis on rugged, natural beauty. It embraces nature-inspired textures, simple and earthy colors, and ultimately an unpretentious, organic warmth. While rustic style in its most traditional sense might appear heavy and dark today, a contemporary rustic style has emerged over the past few years that feels both fresh and real, light and grounded.

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Rustic DIY Pencil Holder

Trying to find the balance in function and aesthetic is a constant struggle for me. Add kids and their “stuff” into that and it feels like a loosing battle. I try to encourage my kids creativity, allowing an art table to be there for them when inspiration strikes. But, the clutter and mess that is their crayons and other art supply needs is overwhelming. I decided to create a pencil holder that would allow function, organization, and visual appeal.

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