Sunday, April 28, 2013

Sticks My Love

If you prune trees in your garden each spring, instead of getting rid of the resulting pile of branches, reuse them. They are usually quite soft and flexible so easily subject to bending. Out of a pile of sticks you can create really unique garden designs. Fences, gazebos, pergolas, kid's houses, shelters, gates and, last but not least, abstract sculptures ... such as those of Patrick Daugherty. Time to roll up our sleeves guys :)

Photo by Stickwork
Photo by Homesthetics
Photo by Pasadena Neighborhoods
Photo by Pat Bullen-Whatling Gallery
Photo by Art Becomes You
Photo by Christina Odell
Photo by The Collegian
Photo by Jackson Hole
Photo by The Design Files
Photo by Bunny Guinness
Photo by The Garden Aesthetic
Photo by Earth Wrights
Photo by Dudley

Photos by Villa Ursinus
Photo by Relax Hacks
Photo by Canadian Gardening
Photo by JPR Environmental
Photo by Piere d'Orsan

Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Rustic Industrial Kitchen

This mix can be tricky but gives fantastic results when used with limited color palette. Stay away from bright colors and use at least 20 years old bits and pieces. Natural materials, chalkboard paint and plenty of dark shades here and there will make your kitchen up to date.

Photo by Pinterest
Photo by The Beautiful Soup
Photo by Blood and Champagne
Photo by Kitchen Building
Photo by Pinterest
Photo by Stinemos
Photo by Abode Love
Photo by Inspiration i Vitt
Photo by From Scandinavia With Love
Photo by My Home Rocks
Photo by The Glossier Nerd
Photo by Minimalissimo
Photo by Apartment Therapy
Photo by Yellow Trace
Photo by Iain Claridge
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