House of Turquoise featured this pretty kitchen by Ahearn Architecture recently. This kitchen makes use of some very classic cottage elements to convey a sense of history and vintage charm, without sacrificing efficiency or storage. If your style is cottage style, then I’m here to say you don’t need a pricey remodel to get the kitchen of your dreams. All it takes is a little time and elbow grease. Here are five tutorials to get you started.
Guys, I know. Flooring can be pricey. And the options for flooring? Endless. You haven’t really learned to appreciate the word “overwhelmed” until you’ve visited a flooring store. The good news is that a change of flooring can make a world of difference in a space. And I’m not here to give you any bad news–the additional good news is that even though updating your floors with new materials can be expensive, there are ways to makeover the floors you already own. Today, I’m sharing five examples of how homeowners used paint to give their floors a new look.
Have you ever watched a movie or TV show and been more interested in the sets than the plot? I know I’m not alone in this, because Julia from Hooked on Houses gets requests from readers all the time to showcase homes from movies and television shows. One of those “home tours” that gets clicked on the most is theset from the Disney Channel sitcom, “Good Luck Charlie.” Check out these five tutorials I’ve found for making your home look a little bit like the one the Duncans live in.
I am dying to find a dresser like this beautiful coral one that Destiny from A Place for Us painted. It looks similar in shape to the yellow painted dresser I did for a friend. The card catalog library pulls just makes me swoon. This is Destiny’s debut project here on IC, so give her some love. I know you will fall in love with her style like I did.