Tall Bookcase With Glass Doors - Ideas on Foter
Are you a book lover? Would you rather dive into an epic tale in the pages of a masterpiece then watch it on TV? Then you deserve a medium for which to store your precious stories. Behold, the tall bookcase with glass doors. Now your books will have somewhere to wait while you endeavor to read your entire library. Quality construction and very handsome.
My livingroom My Frieda Kahlo action figure by artist Suzie Smith Today Jane Flanagan of ill seen ill said featured a few pics of my livingroom as part of her 'Where we blog from' series. You can take a look here.
COTE DE TEXAS
Bingo. Looking at HAR this week I got a lucky hit. A lucky hit is where everything just comes together – wonderful architecture, beautiful interior design, lots of French antiques, and just a bit of a mystery to drive me INSANE!!! A lucky hit like this is very rare and hardly ever happens which makes it all the more special. So…here’s the story. Get your coffee, pull up a chair, and sit back. It’s a little wonderful and a little bit crazy. Here goes: Wow. This gorgeous house caught me eye. I…
60+ Ways To Upcycle Salvaged Doors - Giddy Upcycled
See all 60+ ideas >>> Old doors are easy to find at salvage yards, garage sales, estate sales, or maybe you even have one sitting up in your attic. I came across this list of super cool ways to repurpose and upcycle these vintage doors to give them new life, and new […]
3212 Cherry Ln, Austin, TX 78703 | Zillow
Zestimate® Home Value: $2,263,042. Fantastic remodel by Brian Fuchs with designer touches throughout. Classic floor plan offers large living spaces. Gourmet kitchen open to family room with French doors leading to backyard. Adjacent to kitchen is a separate playroom/TV room. In addition, there is a light filled office nook with built in desk. Spacious master suite features his and hers baths and two walk in closets. The beautiful lot has towering oak trees and a detached bonus room and rear…
28 Small Spaces That Prove Less Is More
In the apartment of designers Alexandre Blazys and Benoit Gerard, a heavy black steel and ribbed-glass wall fitted with french doors separates the bedroom from the main space. | Photographer: Jean Longpré