Living in a dorm room, renting with rules against nails and paint, or just a plain old small, boxy, white walled living spaces? What is a person to do in such boring living spaces (and with very little money to decorate)? Well. I welcome you now to Pinterest — land of wishful thinking and endless creative ideas. Here's a plethora of inspiration to get you thinking, including Post-It Note decorating, the wonder of fabric, and things you might not have thought to do with your photographs.
April of April Knits, Cooks and Reads made her own layered rainbow wedding cake and posted a great tutorial on her blog including her cake recipe, how she colored the layers, and the assembly. She was able to make the layers about a week ahead of time and freeze them before assembling and icing the whole shebang.
I got married about a month ago and ever since, my mom has been insistent on buying us china. But my husband and I can't agree on what type. I want something nice and elegant while my husband (who is a chef) wants something modern and not traditionally shaped (so anything but circles).
I really don't mind so long as we find something nice, but all the modern plates I find are a bit boring. Do you know of some companies that have offbeat china sets?
The loft was 1500 wide open square feet, shaped like an L. Rent was about the same as what we'd been paying for our studio, which is to say relatively affordable considering the space, but perhaps not when you consider the lack of kitchen, bathroom, and heat. It was cavernous, freezing, and filthy. WE WERE IN. We would live the dream!
My husband and I have two rather large (a pit bull and a bull terrier) and rather old dogs. How on earth do I give the dogs their "comfy spots" without making it look like the living room revolves around pets, not people?