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.
When you’re as seasoned a design blogger as I am, you get to the point where you think you’ve heard of everything. I mean, I know what a gossip bench is, and a bundling board, and a chaperone chair. I know all the furniture. Except that, it turns out, designers are always one step ahead of me. They are always coming out with new things, and sometimes entire new furniture types. They understand that every once in a while, changes in the way people live necessitate the creation of an entire new type of furniture. Enter the C table.
Hi, it’s Amy from Hertoolbelt, back with another build plan. In case you missed the last project, we built a vintage crate shelf to get organized. This weeks project is a sleek mid-century modern desk that is inspired by this sweet desk. This modern desk was previously available on Dot & Bo. Their desk was […]
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When Reeves found this credenza on Craigslist, his first instinct was to paint it mostly white. But, while the drawers weren’t perfect, that varying veneer on the drawers took him in a more subtle direction: