for-the-home

For the Home

Painted banister and adding chair rail makes a remarkable difference!
:: STAIRS :: simple details go a long way #stairs
Children "read" this poster to practice how to change their voice when seeing punctuation in stories.
Sun room || nordingården
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I love a pile of quilts. (from my week of guest pinning over on @Etsy )
Adorable bathroom: rope towel rack, wainscoting, map wallpaper, small octagon white tile floor…
old screen door cabinet—I'd like to use this for extra storage under my carport
I can worship God craft idea – cute David's harp
Atelier dentelle : montage et motif 4/Lace Workshop : setting up and motif 4/Мастерская : монтаж и мотив 4
If I were having a wedding, this is a look that I'd go for! Simple, elegant and cheap to create!
Scarves as valances – I think I might do this in her room.  Of course I don't have any scarves like this, I'll have to start looking.
by Civico Quattro. http://www.civicoquattro.it/gallery-category/arredo-interni/#abitazione-privata-1-vicenza
Absolutely adorable! somebody buy this for me I will Be your best friend :)
LOL some grannie had way too much time on her hands.  Cute huh?     rolstoel-in-wol.jpg (1024×684)
Kitchen Storage Trays (Interactive Calculator), spice racks,storage,free plans,projects,patterns,woodworking,kitchens
Picking Interior Trim Colors: In tone-on-tone rooms, the slightly darker neutral trim defines the boundaries of this space while still maintaining an open, spacious feeling. See more tips (and gorgeous rooms!) at Colorfully Behr.
Style Estate's Cockatoo by Pantone Bathroom. I love all of the art work on the walls.
Yummy Healthy Easy: Mexican Horchata ~ Delicious Rice & Cinnamon Drink
Concrete leaves for the patio area. All instructions included. – Click all links on original source for even more instructions, leaf sources etc. Rhubarb…I never knew, then again I've never grown it.