Place Like Home Ebba Thott bathroom with Glithero Blueware Tiles Remodelista. Love the scattered tile with design.


Ebba Thott bathroom with Glithero Blueware Tiles Remodelista. Love the scattered tile with design.

We first spotted Glithero’s Blueware Tiles in a Notting Hill flat designed by London designer Ebba Thott. Intrigued by the photographic-negative images of pressed weeds from the streets of London, we wanted to know more.
Glithero founders Tim Simpson and Sarah van Gamaren met at the Royal College of Art and are obsessed with capturing beauty in the ephemeral moment of creation. Using the oldest non-silver photographic printing process (called Cyanotype, commonly referred to as Sun Printing or Blueprinting), the pair preserve fleeting botanical moments on ceramic tiles.
Unless otherwise noted, images via Glithero.

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Dream Home ideas Fire glass produces more heat than real wood and is also environmentally friendly. There is no smoke its odorless and doesnt produce ash. You are able to stay toasty warm without cutting down trees and the specially formulated glass crystals give off no toxic deposit.


Fire glass produces more heat than real wood and is also environmentally friendly. There is no smoke it8217s odorless and doesn8217t produce ash. You are able to stay toasty warm without cutting down trees and the specially formulated glass crystals give off no toxic deposit.

Fire glass produces more heat than real wood, and is also environmentally friendly. There is no smoke, it’s odorless and doesn’t produce ash. You are able to stay toasty warm without cutting down trees and the specially

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home now pantry


pantry

having a pretty and organized pantry. Especially in the fall! My new house does have a walk in pantry right off the kitchen, but it is pretty basic, just wire shelves. I’ve been looking around at inspiration photos and thought you’d have fun seeing these lovely pantries as much as I did!

I have these same baskets — I hope to get my pantry as organized as the inspiration photo! Hmmm…someday!

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I love the open shelving in this kitchen and I have no problem seeing pantry items and dishes out in the open. I like seeing “real life” so the open concept doesn’t bother me at all. But if it bothers you, I’d keep the doors on!

BHG Kitchen & Bath Ideas
This is a fairly small pantry but with the open glass doors it really makes it a feature of the room as well as a functional space for all kinds of kitchen storage.

Love these pullout style pantries, they sure look like they can hold a lot!

BHG Kitchen & Bath Ideas
I have always tried to have a baking center in my kitchen (like we talked about in this post), even in a small space it is fun to organize all your “baking needs” in one area.

I actually just took the doors off of my upper cabinets in my kitchen baking area a couple of hours ago. I was thinking of having glass doors made, but I might skip that expense for awhile and just keep them open!
I don’t have my kitchen all fancified yet (and now that I see those yellow cabinets (above), I can’t stop thinking about wanting YELLOW ones!), but here is my first attempt at making my new kitchen more to my liking (below)!
I took off several other cabinet doors in the room and filled the shelves with all my white dishes. It is amazing how much bigger and brighter my kitchen looks, even without painting any of the cabinets (or adding my beloved subway tile…sigh, someday — I still have a big box of it so don’t be surprised if I get inspired late one night to try tiling a backsplash!). I’ll show you the dish cabinet photos another time, I didn’t take a picture yet. As you can see, I love the open shelf concept for pantries and dish cabinets. Something about it just feels homey and “real.”

A regular cabinet or freestanding unit can work great to store pantry items! Most of my kitchens have needed extra storage and a freestanding cabinet has been a lifesaver.

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Decor for the home we have now aka Apartment living Dollar Store Rental Kitchen Makeover for 15


Dollar Store Rental Kitchen Makeover for 15

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Over at Curbly, Lilybee posted about her dramatic kitchen makeover that cost just $15. Yep, two digits, one and five. CRAZY! With her fifteen bucks, Lilybee was able to cover several cabinets with white contact paper, make a removable backsplash with placemats and thumbtacks, and create a new light fixture. The best part of this kitchen refresher is that it’s completely removable (imperative since Lilybee is a renter). These techniques could be useful in a dorm room or other rental situation, or anywhere you just need a little kitchen redo for less than twenty bucks. [click here for the rental kitchen makeover] [click here for how to cover cabinets with contact paper]
Project Estimate:
Contact paper, $1 a roll (6 rolls for this project)
Plastic placemats, $1 each (5 for this project)
Thumbtacks, $1 a box (2 for this project)
Salad bowl, $1
Flexible chopping board, $1

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different colored inside cabinets luscious kitchens – myLusciousLife.com105.JPG


different colored inside cabinets luscious kitchens – myLusciousLife.com105.JPG





retractable screen on garage door.


retractable screen on garage door.





Bathroom Grey Vanity Design, Pictures, Remodel, Decor and Ideas – page 3


Bathroom Grey Vanity Design, Pictures, Remodel, Decor and Ideas – page 3





I am doing this!


I am doing this!





putting stone under the bar counter makes sense to minimize scuff marks when people are seated on stools around your breakfast bar…much better than painted wall…


putting stone under the bar counter makes sense to minimize scuff marks when people are seated on stools around your breakfast bar…much better than painted wall…





pantry


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