Front garden design tips: Storage | Lisa Cox Garden Designs Blog
Rubbish bins are an eye sore, especially the wheelie variety and in most areas home owners have at least two to accommodate. If you're lucky enough to have space at the side of the house to tuck them away out of sight that's great, but often there's no choice but to store them in the front garden.
Kerf: Custom FSC-Certified Plywood Cabinets & Furniture
One of my personal favorites at ICFF this year were the custom cabinets from Kerf. I loved the asymmetrical arrangement, the compact design elements, and the bright colors. All of Kerf’s products are made with FSC-certified plywood, a formaldehyde free glue, and finished using a UV curing process that eliminates all VOCs.Kerf stocks 16 different colors of laminate, and everything is designed and built in their Seattle studio.
Nail House Numbers
I always fall in love with clever house numbers. And not the painted ones on the sidewalk. Those are fine, but I love ideas like this one I saw over at Paper n Stitch: image from Lotta Agaton Very inexpensive and all you need is a semi steady hand with a hammer and some patience to make sure you get all the nails to a similar height. I have one of those two qualities, so we will see how it goes.
Kitchen of the Week: A Boundary-Breaking London Remodel - Remodelista
In a newly remodeled Victorian terrace house in Hampstead Heath belonging to a family of four, the kitchen's wall of colorful cabinets extends all the way
Remodelista - Sourcebook for the Considered Home
I grew up in a creaky Victorian house in New England with a tiny half bath slotted under the stairs; maybe that's why I'm drawn to the idea of the minuscule, no-nonsense guest bath (you can always fancy it up with a bar of nice soap and a few sprigs of greenery when the visitors arrive).