Recommendation for the safety of your baby from a fire protection engineer: forget the upstairs neighbors.
Avery's Colorful Closet Nook My Room
|4/12/13 8:36 AM|
I'm a fire protection engineer by profession, and my first thought when I saw the post was: NO FABRIC! Especially the lighter fabrics, or cloth that hangs loosely from the ceiling (such as in the picture) as they are even more dangerous than heavy or taught fabrics. I agree with Portlandrules, if anything do drywall. It is more or less used for fire proofing in buildings, and it's very safe, easy, and good-looking. Either that, or just ignore it. Paint is a safe solution as well.
Cheap, Easy Solutions For Acoustic Tile Ceiling? Good Questions
|9/28/12 4:56 PM|
Love these!!! I saw this original post on Design Milk and sent it to my mom. She had the awesome idea of blowing up a balloon, wrapping it in string, and then spraying it with ironing starch (or a squeeze bottle with corn starch/water mixture for those of us who avoid aerosols). When the string is dry, pop the balloon and you have your empty frame! Then you can add the moss and a seedling from the nursery. I'm not sure if her way would be easier, but I'm planning on trying one way or another!
Buy or DIY: Moss Ball Hanging Plants
|9/6/12 6:02 PM|
too bad you can't carry it like a real suitcase...when you turn it on its side, the cupcakes go ker-plat.
Before & After: A Vintage Picnic Reveal Funkytime
|7/20/12 12:18 PM|