Sunday, November 1, 2015

Bedroom Decorating Ideas

For most people, the bedroom is more than simply a place to sleep at night. Redecorating your bedroom can help create an environment that is relaxing, reflects your personality, and even provide a better night's rest. Adding recycled pieces or simple DIY flourishes can help transform your room to fit your needs. You can also incorporate elements of Feng Sui to convert your room into a sanctuary.

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Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Fiberglass Doors

Attractive entry doors are an important part of any home's curb appeal. Pella offers a wide variety of low-maintenance fiberglass and steel entry doors, available with or without decorative glass . Explore the options for Pella's steel and fiberglass entry doors below.

Saturday, September 19, 2015

Making Your Own Cork Bath Mat

I hate wet bathroom floor mats - they are unhygienic and look ugly. They get dirty really fast, especially when the rest of your family goes to the bathroom in shoes. Of course, the first idea would be exchanging them often, but for me it’s just too expensive. That’s why I’ve been searching for a cheaper and better solution.

I was really glad when I found this Wine Cork Bath Mat on “Crafty Nest” blog run by Monica. It’s easy to make, and all you need is large number of wine corks, hot glue stick and shelf liner. The only problem may be getting so many corks, but you can always ask your friends to help you with it ;) And if you really like won’t be a problem ;) (For avid wine lovers we’ve got another project - Wine Crate Coffee Table).

If you have any other ideas how to use wine corks, share them with us below the post!

Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Backyard Design Ideas

It’s hard enough to plan a garden on your own, let alone plan one on a budget. But leave it to a Hollywood production supervisor to pull it together. Di Zock designed her backyard for the house that she rents in Venice, California, for less than $2,800. She created three outdoor rooms: a living area, a shed office, and a dining space.

Her tools: paint, slipcovers, and patience. Creating a garden on a budget may take longer than a week or two; you have to shop close-out sales and haunt thrift stores. “But relying on imagination more than dollars has its benefits,” Di says. The result is more original and more personal. And career changing—Di left the film biz for garden design.

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