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 [...]
This distinctive table blends form and function, while creating a versatile piece. A favored purchase of DD2′s for her home was a reproduction French wine tasting table. It’s small in size, but big in character – raw, aged oak with hand joinery. She’s currently using it as a living room side table, but it would [...]
Transform a tired dresser with a smooth blending of shades from light to dark. Now and then I run across something so creative that I can’t wait to use the idea at my house… or even better, (my youngest) DD2′s house. When I first saw this vintage dresser Korrie from Red Hen Home painted in [...]
We’ve created a space the baby will enjoy and one decorated to be in harmony with the rest of the house. We’re having a baby boom at Atticmag, and it all started a few weeks ago with the Sophisticated Safari Nursery our pal Brandy created for little Blake. This nursery is near and dear to [...]
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