If you have a "dead spot" in a room, an area which has no "oomph", then a quick fix might be to mismatch some drawers. ...
I am a big fan of hairpin legs. They work well with most styles of furniture. They were designed in 1941, click here for their history, so ...
When I saw this picture, I thought this was an amazing idea. Having had sandpits before, they do get wet, soggy, ruin any grass you may have...
Sunday, 10 February 2013
A Little Bit of Retro
These little retro foot stools you can pick up at local thrift stores quite easily. Often they have damaged vinyl coverings that would bring your living space down. What I did was to pick up an original retro table cloth and re cover the top with it. All you need is an upholstery staple gun (cheap and easy to find at a spotlight). Some upholstery tacks from Bunnings and off you go. Cut the table cloth to size and make your folds neat and tidy. This footstool I sold on ebay last week, off to a happy home.