Just equipped this tool board in my bedroom closet – but it’s not what you think 😉
I did this project for a number of reasons. I have been looking for ways to bring the indoors outside and vice versa, and I also have an increasing interest in herbs. My cat Maybe likes to sit in this windowsill because it gets great light, so I decided to build something that would work with both of us!
This is a very simple project – perhaps the simplest of all! This IKEA mirror already came with hinges (for tilting) and bars (for stabilizing the mirror). Just hang your necklaces on them to make use of the negative space behind!
I will be adding a corkboard to the wall in the space above for brooches 🙂
Slowly realizing my childhood dream of having a chandelier in every room. This one was from a thrift/vintage in Fort Smith, AR that I bought on a visit home – 2 years ago! It sat for awhile on the top of the refrigerator until I had found the right installation kit, and the energy to put it in. Lighting is one of the easiest projects, because it only took 20 minutes to actually do, but as a shortie I hate having to reach up for that long.
Next will be adding a little more gilt to the room through a large frame and a mirror. Everything else is mostly grey and warm wood. The goal is something calm, inviting, and modern with a little bit of a nod to the Hollywood bungalow that it is! Our house is small, but I believe in a jewelbox!
I have had the same blue quilt bedspread for a few years now. I bought it when I lived in a bland white walled rent house with oatmeal berber carpet. But it is time to move on. (Don’t worry, I already moved on from the blue curtains. We are doing white roman shades).
|Actually not sure how brown this is, but I like it.|
This image covers a couple of things that I would like to say about bedding:
1. It’s too expensive.
2. It’s usually too matchy.
3. Dustruffles are too ruffly.