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The design of kitchens is moving away from an over spotlessly clean look towards a more comfortable and cozy feel. Kitchens are getting to be the most popular gathering places in our homes and making them feel homey and warm makes them ideal for socializing with family and friends. Reclaimed wooden floors and aged tiles give a lovingly lived in look while large kitchen islands provide a place to gather around and enjoy meals together. To give your kitchen a vintage, hand done appearance try switching up your backsplash with crackle-glazed tiles or tin paneling. You can buff up your cabinets with warm glazed colors and shabby hardware to give a lovely timeworn look.
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Transform a plain lampshade and turn it into something spectacular by placing your very own monogram right smack in the middle! I’m all about customization and one-of-a-kind pieces so this simple DIY makes the perfect project for this weekend. Keep reading for full instructions!
- Inexpensive white lampshades
- Spray glue/adhesive
- Printer, paper, scissors
- Search the web for an appropriate monogram to cut your felt out of. Print out the monogram you like and cut out each of the letters. Spray glue it onto the felt and cut out the different letters.
- Find the placement of your monogram by measuring out the middle of your lampshade.
- Start with the middle initial and place your letters onto the lamp shade. The felt will actually stick so you can lightly pencil mark where you want each of the letters to go. Spray the felt pieces with glue and place them back in the correct spot. Erase the pencil marks.
- If you like you can glue some cute trim to the bottom of your shade and… voila!
Designers have long used this no-brainer trick to gracefully transition from one room to the next. Using arches in your entryways visually creates a soft transition and adds an architectural update to your home. This look is definitely something that is so multi-functional and can be used inside between spaces and even outside to your patio. Certainly a must-have update if you’re looking for a room divider but don’t want to close off an area completely. Take a look at how these designers used arches to produce a well-dressed and traditional look.