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The Designer Pad – The Brick House Project. A renovated and furnished home where they set a $100 limit on each thing. Via A Whole Lotta Nothing.

swissmiss | Coffee Filters.

Cool Tools: Umbrella Patch. Handy kit for fixing a hole in drywall.

Cool Tools: Method Foaming Soap Dispenser. Reusing foaming soap dispensers is easy, we reused one for about five years before we had to replace it (with a prettier Muji version).

Luggage Racks As Pot Racks | Apartment Therapy The Kitchn.

Large Wooden Ampersand by Hindsvik on Etsy. Oh yes. Via Making It Lovley.

Shane Powers for West Elm – The Crafts Dept. We saw some of these terrariums last time we were in Portland (the nearest West Elm store) and I loved them.

Adventures in Renovating a Brooklyn Limestone: Junk Drawer Overhaul: Chargers Made Lovely. We need to do this, our chargers live on our kitchen counter as well.

· comments [4] · 02-4-2011 · categories:links · the home ·

4 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Seanna Lea // Feb 4, 2011 at 9:49 am

    I love the charger idea. Especially, because if you want to keep it neat then it encourages you to unplug when not actually charging (something I’m not too great about).

  • 2 megan // Feb 4, 2011 at 12:08 pm

    You are right! Ours are sitting there sort of semi-permanently plugged into the wall. Not pretty.

  • 3 just barrie // Feb 4, 2011 at 12:11 pm

    Making your own terrarium is the easiest thing ever and way cheaper than anything you’ll ever see at a craft fair or on the web. It took me one stop at a garden store for some charcoal and moss (which you can get anything outside really). All you really need is a pretty vessel and a cute figurine and you’re set. I love the one I made out of an old mason jar. Do it!

  • 4 Mrs. Limestone // Feb 7, 2011 at 8:52 am

    Thanks for the mention. Nicole’s method of hiding her chargers is genius.

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