Agreed with pictures - I'll be in the market for a coffee table soon, and I'd love some inspiration for simple, industrial DIY styles.
No Muss, No Fuss: The DIY Custom
|7/11/12 1:16 PM|
I love to experiment in the kitchen. I love to cook by feel (and smell and taste tests along the way). This is pretty easy for vegetable dishes (I'm a vegetarian), but it's trickier when you're making baked goods. I can bake bread without a recipe, but I would love some good ground rules so I can become better. Are there golden rules for baked goods? Cookies, muffins, simple breads, pancakes, short cakes, etc. I'm thinking of tips about using so much baking powder to so much flour for cookies, so much yeast to so much whole wheat flour for a loaf of bread. The more confident I become in my "base" recipes, the more I'll be able to build off of them on my own. Thanks!
Got a Question for Reader Request Week? Tell Us What You'd Like Us To Blog About!
|4/30/12 2:03 PM|
Probably my favorite home tour yet. I love the stairs over the railing--so playful! What a beautiful home.
Katrine and Peter's Boston Loft House Tour
|4/20/12 6:22 PM|
When I think of lockers, I think of sweaty gym clothes, papers, forgotten books, and bits of trash. Not food!
Look! Vintage Lockers as Kitchen Cabinets Kitchen Inspiration
|3/28/12 9:25 AM|
This looks beautiful, and I'm changing my day around to make one myself. This doesn't look like too tough of a project, but I've got to say one thing concerns me. How do you keep a tall, heavy, wood headboard like this one, that's not attached to a bedframe (because I've already got one!), from falling down? Is it simply held against the wall by the bed? Is there more to the frame than meets the eye? Are there some sort of braces towards the bottom? I'd love your advice before I dive head first into this project!
William & Sally's DIY Reclaimed Wood Headboard
|8/12/11 10:13 AM|