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Nicole Valentine Don's sunny Sydney kitchen. Photo by Lauren Bamford.

When designing our kitchen, we spent weeks (months?) deciding on backsplash and floor tiles. It had, after all, been my dream forever to buy a home a cover it in colorful tile. But when the tile installer came and asked us what color grout we wanted, I realized we hadn’t thought about that at all. And …

Choosing Grout Colors For Tiles

I love the malachite colored backsplash and the stained wood open shelving. Boho Kitchen Bonanza Part DIY tiered copper planter

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Sink tiles & faucet /Indian embroidered toran doorhanging used as a valance over a kitchen window.

Name: Joe Cafuir and Keith DeNatale Location: Grand Lake—Oakland, California Size: 300 square feet Years lived in: 2 years; Rented It's easy for a tiny apartment full of plants and tchotchkes to feel cluttered. But when done the right way—as Joe and Keith have with their tiny 300-square-foot studio—the space can be warm and inviting without feeling crammed or excessive. Even more challenging is fitting two different styles into such close quarters, but this studio manages to showcase a ton…

Joe & Keith Share a Tiny & Inviting Oakland Studio

Name: Joe Cafuir and Keith DeNatale Location: Grand Lake—Oakland, California Size: 300 square feet Years lived in: 2 years; Rented It's easy for a tiny apartment full of plants and tchotchkes to feel cluttered. But when done the right way—as Joe and Keith

Herbs are the keys to flavor. There’s no shame in using dried herbs, but growing fresh herbs yourself is well worth the effort. Many herbs repel insects, pack great health benefits, and are pretty simple to maintain. Luckily, you don’t need a huge backyard to grow your own indoor herb garden. These happy plants easily grow in small spaces, from your bedroom window to your kitchen counter. For the full article, visit us here: http://paleo.co/indoorherbgd

How to Grow Your Own Indoor Herb Garden

Herbs are the keys to flavor. There’s no shame in using dried herbs, but growing fresh herbs yourself is well worth the effort. Many herbs repel insects, pack great health benefits, and are pretty simple to maintain.

How to Plant Herbs In Mason Jars - The Contractor Chronicles: such a great idea for my kitchen windowsill!

Mason Jars are all the rage right now and why not… they are affordable, super cute and you usually have a few hanging around! I even save pickle jars and pepper jars too to use for projects.

11 Easy To Grow Houseplants

11 Easy To Grow Houseplants

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