Tuesday, November 30, 2010


washbasin (sink) that luxury can be found in homes where luxury furniture, luxury furniture must also, this is one example of luxury furniture. 
 A sink that has its own luxury, elegance of this sink is located on a container vessel the water is translucent. so the color of clear water that makes the atmosphere of luxury impressed at this sink.

water coming out of the tap will menimbukan air bubbles, it is giving the impression of its own when using the hand sink like this.


Such pictorial wall hangings in the room there are many ancient kingdoms. for those of you who like a classic room design wall hangings this it possible choice for your cock.
wall hangings such as this are usually made of a new square in the picture or in painting, this image can be made by using paint or even with hand carved artistic people who produce an exotic ornament wall decoration for a room.
for your high-minded art may design a living room wall that is your home with decorations like this.

Super Easy DIY Feather Wreath, Christmas Decor and Holiday Highlights Linky Party

The DIY Show Off
My decorations are still packed away.  It's sad.  I'm usually all decorated by now but with the dining room and kitchen under construction, decorating not to mention cleaning just isn't happening quite yet.  However, I did make a super easy DIY feather wreath today.  

Wire wreath form (I got mine at the thrift store)
Ribbon (I used left over scraps along with ripped up strips of a white sheet - only need a few pieces)
Feather boa (Again, I already had this, I love to use it as "snow" to decorate with).  I'm not sure how much they are, but with a coupon from JoAnn's, it should be reasonable.


Using ribbon, tie the feather boa to the wire form.  

Fluff.  Add bow, ribbon, ornaments.  Personalize to match your holiday color scheme. 

I told you it was super easy and way more affordable than a feather wreath from the store. What do you think?

Linking to the wreath party at Modern Country Style!

More great holiday ideas:

Beautiful fall decor at Katie Grace Designs - modify to fit Christmas or winter or bookmark for next year. 

These Mason Jar Pumpkin Trifles are great for a holiday party...

And one more really cute DIY holiday project.  I love this PB inspired burlap advent calendar (great tutorial) at Spice It Up!

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See ALL of the DIY Holiday Highlights party links for TONS of Christmas and holiday inspired decorating and DIY projects!

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Linking to:
Domestically Speaking - Countdown to Christmas
 Its So Very Cheri

DIY Club

Thelermont Hupton Studio

more: http://www.thelermonthupton.com/index.html

Moormann furniture

more: http://www.moormann.de/

Cube House That Roots Itself To The Landscape and Has Amazing Swimming Pool

 Cube House That Roots Itself To The Landscape and Has Amazing Swimming PoolThe Sagaponac House is a 4,500 square foot house at an east Long Island community, Wainscott, NY is master-planned by Richard Meier. It consists only of simple lines and shapes but firmly rooting itself to the landscape and creating privacy by shaping the terrain. Even though the site was nearly flat before the construction, architects has managed to establish the first level slightly below grade and sculpt the surrounding terrain into a gentle rise. That allowed the visible volume to be reduced and gave place for creating indoor/outdoor spaces that are very open to their surroundings. After the construction the house become a great place for an intimate retreat for a family and even their friends. The private areas with amazing outdoor swimming pool are located the way nobody could see them from the street.

 Cube House That Roots Itself To The Landscape and Has Amazing Swimming Pool Cube House That Roots Itself To The Landscape and Has Amazing Swimming Pool Cube House That Roots Itself To The Landscape and Has Amazing Swimming Pool Cube House That Roots Itself To The Landscape and Has Amazing Swimming Pool Cube House That Roots Itself To The Landscape and Has Amazing Swimming Pool Cube House That Roots Itself To The Landscape and Has Amazing Swimming Pool

Amazing LEED Home With a Very Vertical Design – HouseHillside House

This contemporary residence LEED Platinum home that spans four levels on a hill of Mill Valley, California. It is designed by San Francisco-based SB Architects, and built by well-known green builder McDonald Construction. The steep hillside site provides for a very vertical design with living and private zones situated on multiple separate floors. The total area of interior spaces is 2,116 square feet while balconies and decks took up 1,567 square feet. These outdoor areas features stunning views of the bay and the San Francisco skyline beyond. The exterior and the interior both are done with using mostly natural materials. Among house’s green features are: low-flow fixtures, efficient LED lighting, Energy Star appliances, whole house automation, solar thermal, solar PV, and many others. { SB Architects | Photos by Mariko Reed }