I have a mad crush on buffalo checks lately. Anyone else feelin it?! Although this trend is timeless you do want to gauge your commitment with it. The good news is you can go big with it or use it in a modest way, like with these pillows in this beautiful kitchen banquette by @studiomcgee. I am sharing some more fun ways to use them over @betterhomesandgardens. The link is in the profile above. Have a happy day friends! #bhg #studiomcgee #stylespotters #stylingtips #styling #buffalochecks…
This kitchen lends plenty of room for family and friends to congregate and socialize! More design trends: http://www.bhg.com/home-improvement/advice/planning/design-trends-in-new-homes/?socsrc=bhgpin083013openkitchen=1
Magnets are a quick DIY organizer's best friend. They allow for flexibility and usability even in the tightest of spaces. Here, a few hooks and rails offer a great way to keep spices and utensils close at hand. Try a solution such as this in an office, too./
With this moist corn bread recipe, you can start the holiday cooking now! Spend less time in the kitchen and more time celebrating with friends and family thanks to this recipe: http://www.bhg.com/christmas/recipes/holiday-side-dishes/?socsrc=bhgpin122414cornbread&page=30
No Pattern Required was started in February 2009 by Ruth in an attempt to vent her overwhelming enthusiasm for everything vintage and mid-century without driving her husband, Tom, crazy. Over time she collected a wonderful assortment of loyal followers and wonderful friends, some of whom got sucked into the vortex of this blog and couldn’t get away, even if they wanted to. The growth and following of the blog have overshot every expectation Ruth had, and she couldn’t be happier.
Update: Here is my completed kitchen remodeled as featured in Better Homes and Gardens! My island is still holding up great and I love it! photo courtesy of BHG As just a little recap. I am in the middle of a major DIY Kitchen Remodel. It has been a multi-step process over several months and it …
American farmhouses are valued for their deep, sweeping, and sometimes wraparound porches that invite friends to gather, kick back, and enjoy pastoral panoramas. There's no better way to duplicate this sit-awhile sensibility than by equipping your porch with comfortable rocking chairs, an old-timey glider, or a porch swing.
My friends Rachel and Micah recently scored a seriously good deal on an older home with great bones and they plan to gradually add character as time and their budget allows. Rachel asked me if I could help her plan a mini-remodel to freshen up their kitchen, which is part of an open floor plan that includes a dining and family room area in one