In design world, it is sometimes possible to model something which unintentially has two or more identities or let’s say functionality. Such cases often relevealed with repurpose projects. Creative diyers take the other identity out of those items. Dressers to kitchen island transformation projects are the best examples of what I am trying to explain so far. Some of the remodellings look so good that as if they were islands in their previous lives. No, no I don’t believe in reincarnation but look at this one, it will almost convince me on that. Who believes it was a dresser before? It is truly designed to be a kitchen island. And on the other hand, this one is remodelled so geniuosly that no other island would look better than it for that kind of kitchen designed in transitional style. Check the rest of the article and let the photos flow your creative juices.
Monthly Archives: January 2014
Birch logs can be a beautiful addition to your holiday decorating. Stack them next to the fireplace in a galvanized pail or copper bucket. Lean taller birch branches against a wall as a natural backdrop. If you like to use power tools and have a little free time on your hands, this may be something you want to tackle. The end result is a very unique, natural coffee table that would be great in a den, or family room or any room.
There are countless ways to use this inexpensive and often overlooked material in decorating and diy projects, so Addicted 2 Decorating rounded up 45 ways to use jute to add texture and a natural element to your projects and accessories in decorating.Image credit: Original idea from The Rooster And The Hen