Also referred to as Invisible or Magnetic latch hardware, I would try to discourage customers from using touch-latch hardware because they were not very reliable and always seemed to break. Continue reading “Incorporating Touch-latch Hardware“
Paisley Blue (PPG-1238-6) is a vibrant color with bold, inky undertones. It is enthusiastically positive and represents where design is headed in the coming year.
Homeowners will appreciate the reliability of this blue and incorporate it into their decor to positively influence their lives.
Blue Paisley looks terrific as an accent wall and can be balanced with neutral gray.
Combine a playful mix of hues and Blue Paisley feels more bohemian.
As the trend for warm alloys continues, expect to see other materials becoming richer and more luxurious in color and feel.
Blue Paisley is perfectly at home in a Coastal Interior. Small vessels are great way to add an accent color without making an expensive change in your home.
Blue Paisley is dramatic and will be noticed wherever you put it.
World travel will influence interiors in 2015 and Blue Paisley pairs exceptionally well with colors you’d expect to see at a Souk in Morocco.
As we approach Summer 2015, expect to see Blue Paisley follow the fashion industry and be paired with vibrant coral hues.
For more color inspiration, visit my Pinterest Page.
Using rustic planks can be a great DIY, low-budget way to make a room have more visual appeal. I’ve put together a collection of photos from the web to serve as inspiration.
This simple hallway goes from ho-hum to cottage chic with textured planks on the ceiling.
These stairs would look so boring and plain without the plank façade.
This modern look is kept from looking sterile by using wooden planks for the fireplace surround.
Using coordinating paint is a great way to save on material for this reading nook.
Mixing unexpected materials such as marble with rustic planks makes a room more appealing.
Milling reclaimed planks into countertops will add lots of personality to a kitchen.
Facing an existing wall with wood planks in a great DIY project.
Here’s a great use of reclaimed planks for just outside your door.
Consider running planks vertically on a wall for a an updated feel.
Sometimes a small accent is best used.
I just loved this picture and wanted to throw it in. Keeping colors in mind is so important to themed décor.
This photo was style so well with the red tomatoes contrasting with the gorgeous deep blue cabinets.
This kitchen is super fun with the red SMEG refrigerator.
This red back-painted glass splash really keeps this white kitchen from looking sterile.
What’s not to love about this pale blue kitchen? The contrasting cabinet interior is a beautiful detail.
I love kitchen banquettes and this one is complete with storage.
This Scavolini kitchen is bold and beautiful. Love the square pulls.
I love the countertop so much with the red cabinets, I’m going to overlook the drawer head mistake in the corner.
This recycled glass top countertop from Vetrazzo is perfect for entertaining.