Left to Right, Top to Bottom: 1) Living Room Wedgewood Gray/Benjamin Moore HC-146. 2) Hall-Himalayan Trek/Benjamin Moore 1542 3) 2nd bedroom - Waynesboro Taupe/Benjamin Moore 1544. 40 Gray Ghost Olympic D17-2 5) Silver Fox Benjamin Moore 2108-50 6) Cracked Slate / Olympic D44-5 #1 for our bedroom and #6 for our bathroom
Picket Fences: Salvaged & Repurposed. The little birds give it a cute touch. Love the variety of hooks used. Nice for #ShabbyChic decor. I am tempted to weave a thin garland of honeysuckle vine through this ... I want this now lol. (shabby chic projects and #UpcycledFences) #HomeDecor
Tiny House by BF Architects - Sleeping porches became popular in the 20th century, when they were advocated by health professionals who believed that the fresh air they provided bolstered immune systems.
Hang curtain rods near the ceiling to make a room appear taller than it really is: http://www.bhg.com/decorating/small-spaces/apartments/small-space-apartment-makeover/?socsrc=bhgpin030514stylishandchic&page=5