Move over, characterless bathroom cabinets. Step aside, pedestal sinks. There’s a new look in town, one that’s vintage in style but fresh in feel. Repurposing older furniture as a bathroom vanity is nothing new, but lately I’ve been seeing it crop up everywhere. I’m not complaining; it’s a look I love, and I’ve noticed that my clients are increasingly asking for it, too. If you’re considering bringing some vintage style into your bathroom, read on for some things to keep in mind.
Here’s the thing about having a full schedule and constantly making a DIY mess in the house you live in: the holidays are less of a festive occasion for decorating, and more often a reminder of all the shit you haven’t done yet.
Does drywall dust count as fake snow? If so, I’ve been ready for the holidays all year.
My family doesn’t really have a lot of holiday traditions, but the ones we do have are pretty sacred to us. Most of it also involves booze. Case in point:
If it’s the holidays, you’d better believe that there is an empty champagne bottle and some … … READ MORE
Here’s a book for your future Frank Lloyd Wrights: Who Built That? Skyscrapers and Who Built That? Modern Homes are written and illustrated by Didier Cornille, professor of design and history at Ecole des Beaux-Arts du Mans in France. An accessible entry point into the world of architecture, with simple descriptions, cute drawings, and profiles on the major works and personalities.