There’s a soft spot in my heart for Heath Ceramics Their stoneware was incredibly popular in California, where I grew up, and I came to appreciate the early concept of their “wiped rims” — that expose the color of the clay — after I took pottery classes in college at UCLA during my art studies. [...]
Looking for a unique way to display your vintage finds? Grouped together, vintage objects can be transformed from interesting to attention-grabbing. Whether your collections are quirky, sentimental, textural or simply color-driven, here’s a few display (and mounting) ideas that are easy to replicate in a home workshop. Vintage 1940′s childrens wooden blocks are mounted on [...]
Versatile pieces can be easily moved from room to room When in the market for new furniture keep an eye out for great pieces with good bones – things that can be used in various rooms in the years to come. Items with a touch of chalkboard have such a classic feel, mixing with most [...]
An elongated wall in this San Francisco condo bedroom was converted into a modern double-duty storage zone. Opaque glass-front French-style doors painted out in white trim are what sets this closet apart and keeps the wall looking open and light. Flanked on both sides by a pair of doors, the center section contains built in [...]
Three shades of green worked well with the owner’s collection of jadeite dishware. When the owner of this wonderfully fresh retro kitchen bought the 19th-century house, the shelves and cabinets were a mess. She knew the kitchen needed a transformation and that green would be the color because it reflected all her collectibles. To establish [...]
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