Thursday, May 26, 2011

Take Notice

I often see inspiration images and there is something within the image that jumps out at me. It makes me think "Hmm that's really cool". I thought I'd start sharing these with you guys. It's the little details that really make a room stand out!

Here is the first "installment" of Take Notice:

Headboard

Achieve the look: Janell has a great tutorial on how to cover lamp shades here. There are a lot of great DIY headboard tutorials out there, just google "diy upholstered headboard" or "diy fabric headboard".

12 comments:

  1. Ooh--I like the effect this has on the room. I think this series is a great idea! Keep it up! :-)

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  2. Can't wait to dig in to the tutorial on covering lampshades - we've got a couple and a closetful of Robert Allen, Beacon Hill & Clarence House discontinued wings (one of the fringe benefits of working in the Showrooms... :)

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  3. fun series!
    I recently customized Ikea wall sconces to match by DIY headboard in our guest room and I'm loving the look.  See the room here: http://loveyourspace.blogspot.com/2011/04/guest-room-after.html  and the pleated lampshade tutorial here:http://loveyourspace.blogspot.com/2011/04/pleated-lampshade-how-to.html

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  4. the sister sophisticateMay 26, 2011 at 6:32 PM

    I think I am really going to like this series! I love that teeny-tiny LOVE pillow!

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  5. Love this idea - a bit of education for the untrained eye.  Thanks!

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  6. love the entire setup actually :)))

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  7. recycledconsignanddesignMay 26, 2011 at 10:53 PM

    Really great series idea! I am so thrilled to be added to your blog love xoxo!

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  8. It's the colour that jumps out at me - so heavenly. 

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  9. Had checked out your pinterest yesterday and the picture I saved was the one you featured today! I really liked the idea
    ZoeB

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  10. Yessss, more tips, more tips! 

    samanthakayjewelry.blogspot.com

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  11. Love this-- please keep this series up!

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  12. Love this post! Very helpful. I will be looking forward to more! :)

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