8 Clever and Stylish Ways to Disguise Your TV
TV rooms and dens used to be quite common, allowing homeowners to entertain their guests in an entirely separate formal living room. But with people opting for more efficient and practical room configurations these days, chances are your main living area now doubles as the place where you and your family gather to watch the […]
Our Rainforest Exhibition
I know I promised to share full photos of the exhibition with you but I haven’t blogged for a while as I have been rather busy. But here are the ones I found for you tonight. Carol Lee Rosemary Kenyon Sue Gallacher Joan Park Gwyneth Green Mary Spence Rhiannon Jones Janine Jones Above was difficult to photograph because it was under glass. Margaret Roberts Enjoy our exhibition.
DIY: Framed Art That Slides to Hide Your TV
Written by Amy Ehmann of Design Lotus What do you see in the photo below? Really, the better question is what don’t you see?! At first glance, you’re looking at a dresser and a lovely pair of framed art pieces. But …
Hide & Seek TV Screen
Blue Egg Brown Nest has built a Hide & Seek TV Screen. When we build our home we knew we would be putting the TV above the fireplace, but did not want to see it. I refinished individual frames, found vintage postcards and had my husband fasten them together to create a screen to open & close.
Quilting a forest
Thanks for all your lovely feedback on the Forest QAL quilt top - it is now basted and I've started quilting the first block. I decided to start with the Aspen Grove, as I had a bit of an idea what I wanted to do with it (and I want to quilt the 'pages' before I tackle the background). I decided to quilt the grey ground sections with micro pebbles - most of these are about 1/4" or 1/2" in diameter. My arms were SO sore after doing these! I think tiny little movements in quilting are much…
Hide Away TV Solutions | Stylish Patina
With our media obsessed culture hiding the TV is a new necessity for those of you that can’t stand to look at a big mounted flatscreen (yep I have 3 in my house!). I was doing some research online for one of my design clients and came across some amazing solutions for hiding those flat…