Studio artist, poet and writer, Barbara enjoys decorating her home. I majored in art history and enjoy doing my blog on the history of color in art, artists, art movements, etc. at colorfilled.blogspot.com.
Studio artist, poet and writer, Barbara enjoys decorating her home. I majored... More
The advice to begin with what you have then go from there! That's what Maria Killam says too.
Eclectic objects arranged well.
Master bath in T w white counters and cabinets and sunshine.
Gray with chartreuse, black and white
White with no undertones! A perfect neutral. Handsome with silver and black accents.
Using throws and pillows for color perks
Triangular quilt pieces are cool.
subtle drama. Love the Jake chair with the old table and large mirror.
palette sofas for deck/patio. We have Paul's trophy fish, Big Bertha, already. Love the red, blue, yellow scheme.
Moving the light makes sense.
Fence replacement for ugly chain link one. Love the large stepping stones mixed with smaller ones.
Tin roof on deck, love the string lights.
tin roof over eating area neat idea
plant names, made with scrap wood , paint and stenciled letters look so neat.
curves and gravel=contrast
many good ideas
big squares, very attractive for graphic wall. I assume the months' names are erasable.
Replacement idea for hideous fence in Fredericksburg.
Cute, wonder if this is a DIY or purched one.
good to know, we'll check w aspca for list.
alternative path ideas for F front yard
Nice design, like the horizontal board fences.
A fascinating rose, George Burns.
A chest repurposed, as lavatory, useful. I like the small mirrored cabinets above sinks.
We need this in F kitchen.
I have old bread boards and rolling pin s. I like the white tile.
F kitchen is ideal for this idea.
Stack idea for F. kitchen
Ikea butcherblock cabinet tops looks great. Love the big sink
Many cute ideas here
Tiny sink for F guest bath. Like the Ikea medicine cabinet too.