all images via IKEA Livet Hemma.se this is such a brilliant idea of combining the MOSSLANDA picture ledges and a MDF board into a headboard piece. created by stylist pella hedeby, the perfect minimal appearance with the functionality of storage space behind… this could be the most relatable and convincing IKEA hack project since the floating sideboard idea.
image via stadshem.se alright, today’s post is more like a to-do list of 2015 : the floating sideboards in living room. we’ve been talking about installing our own for few years and i think this is the year we’re going to really do it. couple lovely inspirations:
[all images courtesy of bambulablogi.blogspot.se] tuesday’s inspiration: lovely black and white holiday decoration from bambula… what a chic advent calendar idea! and yes i hear you! if you’re tired of the overwhelming holiday decoration hype from one blog to another… check out bambula ! many lovely creative DIYs that will not make you feel exhausted. i promise!
… to my dearest mom!! actually her birthday WAS on the 13th, and the card didn’t get mailed until two days passed her birthday (oops). since the card is on its way to taiwan right the moment, i figure this post shouldn’t spoil her surprise. ( which i am also hoping she won’t check the blog before the card arrives) + the rabbit graphic was simply inspired by her zodiac year + lovely cotton twine […]
couple weekends ago i spotted this brilliant stacked shelf in the dean&deluca in georgetown, DC. this is definitely a more convincing (plus economic) idea that can be replicated, especially if you’re a wine person. couple similar ideas:
[image courtesy LA times] read the article on LA Times about a lovely book called “concrete garden projects” published by timber press… the author of the article followed some tricks from the book and tried couple small projects, like shown above — aren’t these sedum cupcakes super adorable? and here is the sneak peak picture from the book. love these concrete containers, so simple and beautiful, and inexpensive to make! [image courtesy Camilla Arvidsson] i haven’t planned to make my own […]
i usually sent hand-made greeting cards to close friends and family. consider the quantities i need to make this holiday season, the design of cards should be simple and easy to duplicate… and what can be easier than punch a hole and bow-tie with twine? (same twine i used to warp pork loin/bacon!) and don’t forget to finish the card with brown-paper envelope, seal with mt masking tape, and it will be ready to go! yes, this simple. […]
my holiday card this year is themed “match of the year”. kind of random words, but matches are the only quick materials i can find in the house. (so honest) 也不曉得為什麼要叫做match of the year… 明年應該要找台印表機來列印.