Sam Davy, Crumpler‘s creative director, was tasked with shaping the company’s 12th Australian store, he wanted to build an interactive space.
This home in First Crescent Camps Bay, Cape Town is considered the ultimate beach front property. Camps Bay is home to many of Cape Town’s luxurious Bars and restaurants, making it the ultimate party spot in a city that is trendy to the max.
TG studios in London have designed a 3 bedroomed penthouse in the Grade 1 listed St. Pancras chambers. St. Pancras Chambers consists of 52 units, with just 3 being penthouses and developed by the Manhattan loft corporation. This particular loft covers 3 floors of the west tower of this famous London landmark building.
Usually when constructing a pencil sharpener, the shavings are kept hidden. Sort of like a shameful secret rather than a natural occurrence. [Read more...]
Wow, now tell me just how much you love this totally yummy & relaxing sitting room. I feel like I’m on a tropical beach, with white sands stretching as far as the eye can see, oh bliss. The stick roof and divider just add so much to the natural feel of the whole room.
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Sometimes it’s hard to find the right way to decorate your entryway. It has so much traffic so nothing too delicate can be placed there, but it still needs to look good. Portuguese blog, Gecko has a wonderful solution, how about painting the decorative bottom of an end table bellow a shelf.
This way you get the pretty storage space without the expense of buying a new table. And it takes less space too.
* You can get the full how to on Gecko’s blog, the original blog is all in Portuguese
Forward thinking individuals such as yourselves are probably already thinking about how to decorate for Halloween and how to be different from the typical department store plastic decorations everyone else has.
*Here’s an idea, make your own Glittery Pumpkins. Heather from Chickabug blog has a great tutorial that you can use to make you pumpkins glitter like never before.
If you saw that title and thought I would be recommending you start spraying liquid plastic onto fabric curtains, sorry to disappoint you. What Jenna from SAS Interiors suggests is way more simple for you.
All you need is a normal shower curtain and the fabric curtain you prefer.
*The full tutorial can be found on SAS Interiors. Thanks Jenna!