Grete Qvist Interior, 2017-10-11 16:28:18. There are two kinds of interior decorators. Those that collect houseplants and those that don’t. No one ever has just one houseplant in their home. If you have one, you probably have seven… just in your living room. With all those leafy greens, it’s easy to run out of space on your bookshelf and coffee table and every other surface your home provides. So before you start thinking about buying more bookshelves, let me introduce you to your best plant-loving friend, the plant stand. These towers and tables are made for giving your emerald beauties a place to call home. Check out these 13 plant stands and see which might best fit your houseplant collecting needs.
Diana Borg Kitchen, 2017-10-02 06:19:36. A little retro meets industrial meets vintage with some bar stools. This can create the perfect transition between two seemingly disparate spaces, if that’s what you need. If natural, earthy tones speak to you in general, then keep this look going in your bar stool choice. There are plenty of beautiful neutral bar stools out there…and you’ll know that, with its being neutral and all, you will love it in your home. Nothing blends in quite like acrylic, and bar stools made this way are no exception. This adds a sleek, contemporary, almost commercial feel to the bar space. Upholstered seats are, as a general rule, certainly more comfortable than their non-padded counterparts. But there are pros and cons when considering upholstery on a seat that sees more than its fair share of staining potential.
Diana Borg Kitchen, 2017-10-01 09:58:39. Just like the decorative trays, baskets can help you declutter, organize and help to transform he space into your kind of style. From industrial pieces to woven traditional looks, baskets are just another versatile way to clean up! This compartment may not be completely hidden but it definitely just its job in hiding the chaos. Cookbooks and the like can be placed right here for a snazzy look that keep the paper clutter at bay.
Giovani Lesch Kitchen, 2017-10-01 10:02:13. As mentioned earlier, a splash of colour provides you with an easy yet effective way of bringing a beautiful yet bold colour into the kitchen. This is exactly what we see here with the splash of green. Green is great because it offers the ideal blend between calming yet energising qualities. If you want to bring blue into your kitchen but don’t want to go down the icy palette, this option is for you. This kitchen is classy, sophisticated and elegant. It has that traditional charm offered by the wooden features yet the blue ensures it is far from boring. If you want to bring bright colours into your kitchen without causing a headache, this is the option to go for. Opt for a white base and then bring pops of various vibrant shades into the equation. Fun, funky and fresh!
Fleta Wuckert Kitchen, 2017-10-02 06:20:07. Whether you’re looking for kitchen bar stools, actual bar bar stools, nook bar stools, or something else entirely, here are 24 things to consider that, we hope, will help you narrow down your search. Don’t worry. The perfect bar stool is out there, and you’ll find it. Basically, the first thing you need to think about is in what space the bar stools will be going. This will provide a perfect starting point in your search. Will they be at the kitchen island and be used every day, many times a day? Or will they be tucked away in the basement kitchenette for the occasional holiday party?
Erik Skovgaard Kitchen, 2017-10-02 06:19:51. Concrete is a great idea for use as a countertop material. Not only is concrete durable but it comes in a variety of colors that can liven up the kitchen. It is versatile to work with different styles and design options, so there’s no worry about it not lasting for many years.
Gina Ullrich Kitchen, 2017-10-01 10:07:32. Sometimes 4” or 5” of wall depth is all you need to go from chaos to uber-organized. This wall of hooks for pots and pans proves this. More accessible than they would be crammed into a cupboard or deep drawer, these pots make very efficient use of what would otherwise be wasted wall space. This unique and wildly efficient cup/mug hanger simply slides onto your existing shelf. It requires no screws or any other assembly. This is a highly effective use of the “dead space” that inevitably falls in the top 1/3 of most cupboards.
Gina Ullrich Kitchen, 2017-10-02 06:20:20. If you don’t want them near the ceiling or you think it’ll draw the space inward, then use a table. If you’ve created a makeshift island, then create a makeshift cabinet by hanging them up underneath! Use a coat rack or another thrifted piece as a pot rack. Grab some metal or brass hooks and then situate the piece according to your need. You can create a wall for your pots too. Instead of just hooking up a rack, create something a bit unique. A chalkboard wall, with each pot’s outline will make an artistic spin on the usual organization. Section out a nook to keep the pots and pans hung and accessible but without them in view. Use a space underneath the island, breakfast counter or cabinets.
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