13 Ways to Add Rustic Farmhouse Style to Your Kitchen

Filed Under (Design) by admin1 on 05-08-2015

By Fiyaa

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Some places in a home look really good if designed in rustic farmhouse style and kitchen is one of them. For all of our fans who still love rustic farmhouse style compared to contemporary, here are some ideas to add a rustic farmhouse feel to your kitchen:

1.Install Open Shelving
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2. Get Unfinished Hardwood Flooring
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3. Build a Wooden Storage Shelf
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4. Place a Farmhouse Table Island
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5. Install Ceiling Wooden Beams
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6. Install a Farmhouse Sink
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7. Invest in a Vintage Stove
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8. Introduce Vintage Accessories
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9. Add Warmth with a Fireplace
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10. Bring in Some Fresh Flowers
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11. Install a Wooden Hood
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12. Fix Farmhouse Lights
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13. Install a Pot Rack
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An Outdoor Room Gets a Renter-Friendly Pallet Makeover

Filed Under (Design) by admin1 on 04-08-2015

By Fiyaa

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Living in a rented house sometimes makes it impossible for making decor tweaks according to our own style. But thanks to the whole outdoor room transformation with pallets in a tropical theme we have found at ‘A Piece of Rainbow’, now getting your dream room is really easy. All the elements used in the transformation of this outdoor room are not only renter-friendly but they are budget-friendly too. This room can be anyone’s inspiration as it has everything a retreat should have. So, head over to the link below and view the detail of each and every thing you can see in this room:

Tropical Pallet Paradise: A Renters’ Remodel Story – A Piece of Rainbow

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13 Artful Fireplaces That Will Take Your Breath Away

Filed Under (Design) by admin1 on 04-08-2015

By Fiyaa

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A fireplace not only warms your home but it can also be used to create a focal point in any room of a house where it is required. To do this a fireplace should have a design with a wow factor. So, take a look at the marvelous designs we have collected for you:

1. A 3-Sided Peninsula Fireplace
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2. An Awe-Inspiring Fireplace with a Quirky Cracked Door Facade
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3. An Incredible Fireplace with Sculptures
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4. A Freestanding Fireplace with a Hood
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5. A Cool Suspended Fireplace
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6. A Room Divider Fireplace with a Revolving TV Screen
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7. A Classy Swedish Stove Fireplace
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8. A Mini Glass Fireplace
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9. A Large 4-Sided Floor to Ceiling Glass Fireplace
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10. A Fabulous Floating Fireplace
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11. A Cool Fireplace with a View of The Exterior
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12. A Trapezoidal Concrete Fireplace
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13. A Stone Fireplace with Tiny Gates and Surrounding Benches
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10 Cool DIY Outdoor Bench Projects You Will Love

Filed Under (Design) by admin1 on 03-08-2015

By Fiyaa

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If you want to add some extra seating space to your home’s outdoor area, then instead of going for store bought seating make your own in the form of a cool bench. So, here are some creative DIY outdoor bench ideas:

1. A Bench Build from Cinder Blocks and Wood Posts
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2. A Bench Made from an Old Floorboard and Bricks
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3. A Cool Corner Bench with Storage Space
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4. A Curved Bench Perfect for a Fire Pit
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5. A DIY Bench Inspired from Williams Sonoma
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6. A Bench Made from Recycled Old Chairs
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7. A Simple Cinder Block Bench
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8. A Recycled Pallet Bench
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9. A Re-purposed Headboard Bench
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10. A Brick and Wooden Planks Bench Seat
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15 Awesome Gravel Hardscaping Ideas for Your Home’s Outdoor

Filed Under (Design) by admin1 on 02-08-2015

By Fiyaa

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Hardscaping adds life and uniqueness to a home’s outdoor and for this reason we thought of bringing you some ideas related to it. One easy material to handle yourself for this purpose is gravel. So, take a look at the ways in which you can use it:

1. Cover The Ground Under The Pergola
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2. Add Decorative Patches to Your Garden
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3. Lay a Gravel Garden Path
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4. Design a Zen Garden
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5. Do Some Hardscaping with Gravel Around Trees
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6. Lay a Gravel Bed in the Middle of a Grassy Patch to Contrast Grey with Green
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7. Edge Your Swimming Pool with Gravel
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8. Create a Water Feature with a Fountain and Gravel
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9. Put Gravel Around Pavers
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10. Make a Succulent Bed with Gravel
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11. Put Gravel Around Raised Beds
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12. Cover The Ground Below a Raised Deck
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13. Gravel is Ideal for a Fire Pit Area
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14. Create a Cool Checkered Pattern with Gravel and Concrete Blocks
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15. Edge Your Garden with Gravel Filled Steel Cylinders
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10 Clever and Creative Old Table Recycle Ideas

Filed Under (Design) by admin1 on 01-08-2015

By Fiyaa

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Either you have an old table as big as a dining one or as small as an end table, don’t think of tossing it away. You can breathe new life into it with a clever idea. So, here you go for some old table re-purpose ideas:

1. Turn It to a Kitchen Island
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2. Use It to Store Quilts
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3. Restore an Old Coffee Table into a Desk
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4. Make a Tufted Ottoman from a Thrifted Coffee Table
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5. Make Twin Storage Benches from an Old Coffee Table
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6. Transform an Old Coffee or End Table into a Lego Table
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7. Cut and Stack Multiple Tables into a Masterpiece Shelving System
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8. Make a Pet Bed from an End Table
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9. Make a Cute Play Grill
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10. Turn a Small Table into a Craft Supply Cart
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10 Cool Baby Shoe Storage Ideas for Your Baby’s Nursery

Filed Under (Design) by admin1 on 01-08-2015

By Fiyaa

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A baby’s nursery can sometimes become cluttered with daily use accessories and shoes are one of them. So, why not organize them and give them a tiny home? For that take a look at the ideas below:

1. Use Clothespins to Organize The Baby Shoes
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2. Create a Baby Shoe Rack with a Wooden Thread Holder
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3. Rethink a Jewelry Organizer as It has Tiny Pockets Ideal for Baby Shoes
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4. Rethink Flower Boxes for Wall Shoe Storage
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5. Claim The Space Inside a Dresser Drawer
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6. Create Storage Inside a Cubby with Hooks, A Dowel and Clip Rings
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7. Get a Cute House Shape Shoe Shelf
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8. Store The Shoes in Fabric Lined Hanging Baskets
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9. Invest in a Baby Shoe Tree
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10. Rethink a Wooden Crate
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How About Making a Cool Cover for Your TV?

Filed Under (Design) by admin1 on 01-08-2015

By Fiyaa

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If you don’t want to look at a big black square in your living room as soon as you enter it then you can simply make a cover for your LCD screen. For that you can use wood and an artwork done on a canvas like the one shown above. It will benefit you in two ways. Firstly, it is going to hide the black block that draws attention unintentionally. Secondly, it will add an artistic feel to your living room and will serve as a decor. So, head over to the link below and view the tutorial of this TV cover:

Stylish DIY TV Cover – Lia Griffith

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10 Cool Material Combos to Design Your Garden Path

Filed Under (Design) by admin1 on 31-07-2015

By Fiyaa

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Are you thinking of giving a makeover to your garden? If yes then you can go for laying a garden path but instead of going for a plain simple one create a path with a combo of different materials. Regarding the ideas, take a look:

1. Mix Bricks with Pebbles for a Texture as well as Color Mix
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2. Go for Gravel and Stone
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3. Make a Mosaic Path with Flagstone and Pebbles
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4. Create a Combo of Pebbles with Wood
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5. Introduce Wood with Pebbles and Flagstone in the Form of a Weeny Bridge
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6. Put Concrete Stepping Stones on Gravel
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7. Mix Brick with Concrete
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8. Make a Cool Mix of Pebbles in Water with Concrete Stepping Stones
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9. Go for Pavers with Dwarf Monkey Grass
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10. Make Diamonds with Bluestone and Bricks
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This Framed Teddy Bear Idea is Just Superb for a Nursery

Filed Under (Design) by admin1 on 30-07-2015

By Fiyaa

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Are you decorating a nursery to welcome your baby and you want some decor idea that looks just amazing? For that if you have an old shadowbox or a vintage frame simply paint it and sew or glue a teddy bear to it. You can make one or more frames and create a gallery wall. We have discovered a nursery that has the teddy bear frames. We have shown some of the images above and to view the complete look of this stunning nursery with the teddy frames, head over to the link below and get ready to be inspired:

Framed Teddy Bears – Constance Zahn

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