This round-up was inspired by Lonny Magazine’s Trend Alert: Mirrored blog post.
3. Jada sconce
4. Eva dresser
While wallpaper has made a huge comeback on many wall surfaces around the world, there are some things to do with wallpaper other than apply it directly to a wall. Have some leftover wallpaper from a project or just looking for a few fun DIY project ideas? Well, here you go…
- Consider buying a roll (or two) of a wallpaper that has a great pattern (or use leftovers) and frame it. It makes gorgeous hanging art! Below you’ll see that a Vastu designer did this in the model unit at luxury apartment rental building, View 14, in DC.
Inspired by DC Magazine’s “All Clear” feature in their May/June issue (page 32), here’s a look at some of our favorite clear home furnishings…
Do you have a challenging space or need some design guidance? Design Direction is a chance for you to submit photos or videos of your design challenge(s) and a Vastu interior designer will provide you with some help. Every Wednesday we will feature one reader’s submission.
If you have never thought about rocks as a decorating accessory, think again. Rocks can add an element of peacefulness and visual stimulation. Make the felt rocks above yourself! Click here for DIY instructions.
If you’re not already familiar with the work of this Italian-based company, you’re in for a treat. Seletti, masters of the porcelain craft, have a line of home accessories all uniquely resembling the shapes of everyday objects. Soup cans, anchovy cans and even paper airplanes are available in a traditional white porcelain and some in a painted “metallic” porcelain.