on the wall. Which one of these from Anthropologie is the fairest of all? What do you think? I’m torn between the reflecting pool and the Porte Dauphine…. The reflecting pool mirror is made of weathered ceramic tiles, in hues of rose and fern, on a mango wood frame. It’s 12″ square and each is [...]
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I continue to have a thing with felted objects and felted bowls in particular. I have now knit two items but have no place to actually felt them because I don’t have the right kind of washing machine. Some day, though, some day I am going to get this felting thing mastered. In the meantime, [...]
Time for the first Top Three Thursdays post. Let’s see what Etsy is up to in 2011! This rustic sugar and creamer by Blue Ridge Southern Potteries caught my eye right away. I love the colors, the unusual shape, the asymetrical angles — just all of it! Price is a very reasonable $38.50. And if [...]
Giving art as a gift can be risky business. You think you know what someone would like, but then what if you are totally wrong? On the other hand, it can be so personal and thoughtful. It shows such love for someone because you took so long to pick out the very thing that you [...]
Want a wall to look a little different? Why not consider stenciling? Specifically, check out Cutting Edge Stencils, to see the many ways in which stencils can spruce up a room. There’s a style for just about everyone and every thing.
This carriage style candle wall lantern would look lovely on a porch, a mantel or just about anywhere, if you ask me. Made from wood and glass, it has a tin interior wall to help reflect the candlelight. Lovely, don’t you think? Price is $39.95 at one of my favorite web stops, Farmhouse Wares. If [...]
Regular readers know I’m a fan of wall decals. They’re the great design addition for the commitment-phobic, the serial redesigner (just take them down and put up new ones when you’re ready for a change), and the renter. Anyway, I found these on Frills, a website that wants you to “add excitement to your home.” [...]