I love piles of dishes, bottled ingredients, and stacks of cookbooks displayed on open shelving - now that I have an actual kitchen, this is the first fixture that I'm totally committed to getting.
Clockwise L-R: vintage baker's rack via me+alice, DIY industrial shelf via akeenlife, nuevo v16 shelving unit via hayneedle, inspiration via elle decor, parisian cornice bookcase via restoration hardware.
Tuesday, March 4, 2014
Saturday, March 1, 2014
I've always loved handmade and handpainted ceramics - there's something beautiful in all of the imperfections, especially in slightly squiggled lines. Using a porcelain paint pen, its easy to add some wabi-sabi to your own ceramics.
See the DIY at wit and whistle for more how-to information and more inspiration after the jump.
posted by andchristina at 6:07 AM
Friday, February 28, 2014
|via Photonic Studio|
Since the moment I moved into my new house I've been trying to find the perfect idea for our living room. Without any overhead lighting, I searched through torchieres and floor lamps, spotlights and chandeliers until I settled on this DIY for a pulley lamp.
I stumbled across this particular light via PhotonicStudio's Etsy, and fell in love.
It's perfect because it requires no hardwiring - just access to an outlet and a support beam to hang the pulley from. I also love that you can easily adjust the light to whatever height you prefer.
Wednesday, February 26, 2014
The past few weeks have been super busy in our house - we refinished the original hardwood floors, painted the entire house white, put up some great shelves with reclaimed wood, and made a DIY industrial pulley lamp. Next project is retiling the faux fireplace with subway tile!