Wooden piano cases are remade into charming bookcases. As a little girl, I spent many hours tinkling the ivories on our baby grand, but later I picked up a flute and never looked back. When my parents built a new home, it was a hard decision for Mom to sell the piano – it had [...]
Vintage medical apparatuses are très chic for interior design. Metal medical cabinets used for bathroom storage have been in vogue for awhile. But how many vintage gurney tables have you seen when visiting friends? This older version has a sculptural feel with the larger wheels and glass top that exposes the frame. A set of [...]
A pair of decorated mantels worth remembering. Custom Irish stockings line a holiday mantel encompassing dark green, chocolate brown, antique gold and warm ivory. Evergreen garlands fall gracefully to the floor, while raffia tied white tulip bundles adorn vases on top. The stockings play second fiddle to the natural cypress garland laced with seeded eucalyptus. [...]
Find the missing pieces at this online salvage website. When restoring or building “old” new houses, local sources may be lacking. Online storefronts can fill this void, and Nor’East Architectural salvage is a fantastic source. The double marble sink with skirt and legs is new to their inventory – bet it won’t last long. Their [...]
These icons of Americana are being repurposed as wall art by those that admire. I lost a picture of a windmill used as a wall hanging when my previous laptop stopped working, but I’ve never lost my desire to own one. They are becoming a rare site when driving across the country, so if they [...]
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