QUADROS NAS PAREDES DE ESCADA.
Já foi o tempo em que as escadas eram vistas como simples área de ligação entre dois pisos. Não é por ser considerada como área de passa...
78 Layouts for Hanging Photographs and Artworks on Empty Walls Like a Pro
Here is a helpful collection of layouts for hanging photographs, empty frames or artworks
Inside a Rising Designer’s Sophisticated Family Brownstone
A gallery wall of framed family photos up the entryway staircase looks extra-chic in black and white!
i did it right this time.....
Feeling a bit of deja vu????? Remember I already did a photo collage wall going up the HUGE staircase in our new home? Well, I never REALLY loved it - for the most part it was ok but I completely just winged it and the result was pictures that were hung to high. It bugged me ALL summer. This week, after getting a couple new photos that I wanted to include, I started to 'tweak' the wall but quickly realized that I needed to start anew if I was to get it just right. So I did something drastic…
Les Elfes: A Unique House with A “Unique” View and Continuous Toog Wood Wall
The site of the “Les Elfes” residence is located on a mountainside in Morin-Heights, Canada. It is a 2011 project designed by Alain Carle Architecte with 5165 ft² in size. In this project, it is necessary to design an anti-monument by following a particularly extensive program. With a "unique" view and a continuous Toog wood wall, a sort of observation “device” by way of a building can be created.
Creating Vintage Painted Oars with 3M
Create your own vintage decorative boat oars to bring back nostalgic memories of camp, rowing or the beach. They are easy to make if you follow the tutorial.
DIY Ombre Chevron Painted Oar - Daze and Knights
Before the holidays my husband and I spotted a painted oar from Terrain that we LOVED. We were thinking ahead to the beachy retreat we planned to create for Little Guy’s big boy room, and though an oar would be a perfect accessory. Hubs went over to the display and peeked at the price tag....Read More »