Tag Archive: lighting and fans

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Ties with a Natural Twist

These days many of us are overloaded with gadgets and overburdened by their connecting cables and cords. Though regular bread loaf ties can do the trick, Asian design team Lufdesign created the "Leaf Tie", a product that fuses industry with nature, using the simple, tried

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Junk Drawer Objects Make Treasured Chandeliers

I bet that many of you have some kind of "junk drawer" filled to the rim somewhere in your homes. Items can range from rubber bands, matches, take-out menus, plastic cutlery (sealed in plastic and wrapped in a napkin, right?), coins, M&Ms, etc.

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Blogs We Dig: Coco + Kelly

Chic + mod + current = today's "Blogs We Dig" blog, Coco+Kelley. Based in Seattle, Washington, editor Cassandra LaValle began her design journey at the age of 13 when she made her first design choice to paint her bedroom walls a delicate lilac.

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Sweet Mouse Houses in the House

A couple of days ago, a photo popped up on my computer screen that reminded me of the fairy doors we featured on DiggersList some months ago. Usually a menace, mice (or is it meeces? Go ask Mr. Jinks!)...

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Blogs We Dig: Poetic Home

Filled with vintage finds, designs, and inspirations, the "poetry" is how blogger and photo stylist Grace Light so artistically and imaginatively demonstrates ways we can repurpose, "upcycle", and add that very "something special" to all kinds of items for our home.

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Munch On These Monochromatic Delights

A monochromatic scheme can be one of the most dramatic statements you can make when designing a room. The ability to fuse different shades and hues with pattern, texture, and scale is quite fun and creatively exciting.

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How to Create a Gorgeous Guestbook Chandelier

April showers bring May flowers...would it also be true that June pairs brides with grooms? Could be! Well, the reason for all the rhyming is my clever attempt to bring to your attention: weddings are now officially in season!

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Simple Solutions For Awkward Attic Rooms

Because I'm 5' 1", attics have never really felt awkward. Still, there are many of you who contend with those low, slanted ceilings, unused corner or roof-gap space, and/or the inability to know what to do with this often cramped, hot, dark, limited head space in your homes.

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