40 Rustic Home Decor Ideas You Can Build Yourself
Rustic décor is so “in” right now. Whether you live in the country or your home is in the city, you can still have beautiful rustic décor and you can do it all yourself.
Reclaimed Barn Wood Creations
HEE HEE HEE HEE, I have to start this post giggling! I'm SO excited so show you his newest Creation! If I had time I would have took ...
Large Coffee Table w/ Iridescent Glass Tile Inlay. Mosaic Coffee Table. "Starry Night" Mosaic. 48"l x 24"w x 20"t. Light Java Finish
• We call this design "The Starry Night" because the tile has the same palette and feel of the famous Van Gogh painting. This coffee table would look fabulous in your home - where the styling is stunning and the larger size makes it very functional (48" long x 20" tall x 24" wide). The sturdy full 1" thick reclaimed barnwood that is used to construct this coffee table has been finished in a hand-rubbed paste wax with a coloring of dark brown with hints of black (java finish). The glass…
Walnut wood shelves. Natural edge wall-mounted, handmade from bookmatched planks of English 'Blackheart'
These wall mounted shelves are built using a single log of English 'Blackheart' Walnut carefully sliced into planks, the log came from a stunted 130 yr old Walnut tree in an old orchard just up the road from me in Devon. This walnut wood is unlike anything I've seen before, amazing colour and grain. The age of the tree along with the stunting it suffered means this Walnut is incredibly hard & close-grained. The shelves are built using a traditional medieval design of mortice & through…
Woodstoves: Keeping You Warm as Leaves and Temperatures Fall
I have horrendous circulation, which means my extremities are usually cold enough to refrigerate a flower delivery truck on a 4-hour drive through the desert. Once summer is gone, I quickly start looking for ways to stay toasty.In my house, this means cranking up the woodstove. I love the smell of a wood-burning fire, and the homey warmth it provides. (A sweet pup to keep your feet warm, like the one in this converted Granary, certainly doesn’t hurt either.