Monday, January 31, 2011
Consider the hallway...because you probably haven't.
It's not just a means to an end, but rather an opportunity to take advantage of every square inch of square footage that you have.
I can hear groaning out there right now from those of you in homes with hallways so narrow that you need a traffic light to avoid collisions.
Check out these Jack Sprats...
Dramatic lighting, color, and detail, make those narrow spaces big and bold.
Many of you are not "color" fans, or you rent, and are not allowed to paint.
Well, white can be right...run with it...
For those of you lucky enough to have the space and liberty to do as you please, a hallway makes a terrific gallery for showcasing your art work and collections.
If your living room and den shelves are overflowing, why not add a library and storage to the hall?
Attention to the floors can pay off with dramatic results.
If you are building a home, don't forget to give your atriums and hallways a little architectural oomph...
Continuing a room into a hallway is a smart way to take advantage of space you already have.
A little daring-do, and you've got yourself a chic corridor...
Don't become so preoccupied with the destination that you forget the journey.
I would like to thank Heather, of Concrete Jungle, for giving me this award.
Coming from this talented designer, living in Phuket, Thailand, it's quite the compliment.
She's asked me to pass it on to ten deserving bloggers.
That's easy......my list:
An Urban Cottage
Bart Boehlert's Beautiful Things
For The Love Of A House
Hollywood Forever Kevin
If The LampShade Fits
My French Country Home
Renee Finberg Tells All...
The Nero Chronicles
If you haven't visited these blogs with substance, you should. All are on my blog roll, or you can click on their names above.
Thank you to all my readers for your continued support. Your comments and emails are much appreciated.
Have a great week...k
Friday, January 28, 2011
It's Friday! For some of you that means payday, and the urge to spend will be overwhelming.
Let's do a little online window shopping and see if we can't find something fun...
Marie Antoinette Bookends
Petite Tulipiere Vase
Vintage Turned Wood Finials
$18.00 - $24.00
Pagoda Tabletop Lanterns
Barnslig Ringdans Rug
$3.99 per two pack
Loviken Dual Control
The London Cushion Co.
Linen Union Jack
Not In Service
$1,050.00 - $2,200.00
Legion Style Vanity
Level Group Realtors
1860's Colonial on 20 private acres in New York State
Koi pond w/gazebo
borders the Hudson
2 hours north of NYC
10 Minutes south of Albany
Have a great weekend....k