Amanda Gordon of Life at Cloverhill is a returning BEHR DIY Expert for 2015 and shares her adventures in making a home with her husband in their 1903 farmhouse in rural Ontario, Canada. They have been spending the summer working on the exterior of the farmhouse and are excitedly sharing the updates this week on her blog.
“Industrial meets chic”, is a rustic look with a feminine feel and trendy twist. I have always appreciated clever re-purposing ideas, such as piping being used for décor rather than its original pluming uses. There are so many things you can do with pipes, besides plumbing, it is amazing! So for this project I set out, to give pipes a fresh innovative appeal as a portable clothing rack. Continue reading »
Silhouettes, a long-established portrait technique for people, have found new popularity as prefered pet portraits. Pet lovers looking to display the overwhelming cuteness of their beloved animals, can do so colorfully and fashionably. This entry details the fun, and easy, steps needed to create a pet silhouette like those featured in our online 2016 trend article. Continue reading »
I’ll first say this: If you’re a color enthusiast living in the upper Midwest and have not seen Naniboujou, you’re missing out. Never heard of it? Neither had I. Having lived in Minnesota most of my life it would seem unlikely that this hidden gem wasn’t on my radar.
Gracing the cover of this year’s trend brochure is a living room with a spectacular geometric design on the wall. Adding a three dimensional design, such as is featured above, is a cost effective way to add an air of sophistication or whimsy to a room. This entry will detail the steps involved in creating the look. Continue reading »