Tag Archive: Room of the Day
Room of the Day: Beam Me Up, Scotty.
Yes. I'm a "Trekkie", and am not ashamed to admit it. I'm also a design nerd that can appreciate the "out of this world" attention to detail in today's "Room of the Day". With warm, dark wood vaulted ceilings and a juxtaposed (and exposed) array of beams that both mimic and echo the arch
Room of the Day: Texas-Inspired 'Go Big or Go Home' Space
In a recent trip to New Orleans, I had the honor of meeting designer Benjamin Bullins, a repurposing/upcycling visionary and artist who has shot to the top of DiggersList's list of favorites. In today's "Room of the Day", Ben creates a space that is filled with decor gems
Room of the Day: The Grass Is Greener on the Inside
There's something soothing about walking through the grass barefoot. Naturally, though, this activity is usually experienced outdoors. Now, however, with a little DIY savvy and know-how, we can roll in a little of our lawn inside. Today's fun "Room of the Day" illustrates how the installation of this "greens"
Room of the Day: A Bar for Coffee Nuts
Ahhh...coffee. One whiff of those freshly ground little beans sends "happy endorphins" straight to my brain! That's why, when I came across this gem of a room, or rather, nook, I knew it had to be featured as today's "Room of the Day". With the holiday season in full-swing
Room of the Day: Warm & White Welcoming Guestroom
There's a movement back towards white rooms that doesn't stir the "blah-borings" in me anymore. A perfect example is today's "Room of the Day" where DIYers Kevin and Layla Palmer so tastefully and conscientiously juxtapose a repurposed wood paneled wall with crisp, clean