I am of the opinion that DIYers and crafters are some of the easiest people for whom to shop. As I tell my husband, “Just walk into the home improvement store. If I don’t have, I want it.” Seems easy enough to me, but I understand that we can also be particular about brands, products, etc. So, I thought that I would let you in on what DIYers and/or crafters really want. These are the best gift ideas for crafters and DIYers. Choose from this list, and you can’t go wrong.
If you look through enough articles on my blog, you will begin to notice a heavy concentration on storage/organization (in addition to my love for woodworking). One particular area that seems to garner an excessive amount of interest is closets. Everyone wants to know how to get the most out of their own clothing storage space. As a result, I get a lot of questions concerning this issue. Today, I would like to address some of these questions. So, I will be going over the standard closet measurement guidelines.
(Cement Tile – 2017s Tile Trend! – Photo by Jessica Helgerson Interior Design)
If you have been paying attention to any of the home remodeling TV shows, then I am sure that you have seen some form of cement tile being installed. These are sometimes referred to as pattern tiles, and are reminiscent of either a Mediterranean or New Orleans style (depending on the design). However, these tiles are making a comeback in a big way. So, if you enjoying keeping up with current trends, then you should really check these out.
(Bell Jar Pendant Lights – Photo by Steven Cabinets)
Back when I was designing my home, I decided early on that I was going to put bell jar, pendant lighting above my kitchen island. I have always loved the way they look – a little bit medieval, a little bit elegant. However, if you are in the market for lighting and you are considering bell jars, you are going to want to read this article.
The interior doors in a house can either make or break an intended design style. If you have ever walked through a home that was decorated in very traditional furniture but had flush doors throughout, then you know what I mean. The wrong door can stick out like a soar thumb. When asked which type of interior door styles go with what design, I usually break it down like this: