I love experimenting with hair. From my teens I've generally had colour in it — starting with gentle rinses, up to bleached-bright shades, mohawks and shaven headed designs. With a helper, hair supplies, and an evening (it took us about four hours, including development time) you can become your own colour wheel.
This is Offbeat Home's archive of rainbow posts.
This shopping round-up request came straight from the boss lady. Ariel requested that I use my nimble shopping fingers to scrounge up some offbeat bathmats. You know… bathmats that are more than just pastel/tasteful/subdued/boring.
Let this cat introduce you to the latest and greatest in deck make-overs. Homie BubblesLeFay uploaded this photo to our Flickr pool and I just had to squeeze more details from her. This is how you can pull off your own rainbow deck re-do:
What I like best about my living room is that it is MINE. No one else I know has a Star Wars, Doctor Who, Harry Potter rainbow living room! Here's how I turned my boring living space into a family-friendly living room straight out of a nerd's fever dream.
Have you guys noticed that lately everyone is OBSESSED with showing off how colorful their homes are? You know what I'm talking about — if I see one more photo of a super colorful living room or painted-against-the-lease-rules apartment, I actually might scream. Few design trends move to me the point of nausea (although octopi are getting close), but colorful living spaces might be it. Here are five reasons why you should go ahead and 86 all the color from your life and return your home to its intended state: beige.
Reader Emma recently shared a link to this set of rainbow flatware from Fiesta, and I TOTALLY get why she was so stoked about it — how happy would you be to open up your silverware drawer and see these smiling up at you? Just knowing this set existed had me wondering what ELSE in the world might be rainbow-adorned, designed for you to eat with it, and not made of plastic — and here's what I found.