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Design & décor projects are some of the most shared on Hometalk. Feel free to share photos of your whole-house projects, from kitchen design to living room décor. You can also ask for design & décor advice from design & décor experts. Design professionals will help you solve your design dilemmas and applaud you on your beautiful home décor. Hometalk members include everyone from design & décor professionals to folks who are doing their first design & décor projects. Maybe you just want to share a design & décor idea? That's fine, too!
Recently I did my first tile job by myself on my kitchen cabinet. I have been collecting tile off of Craig's list and i finally decided to recover the counters. here is the before and
after shots. The prep work is sanding the surfaces to make the mastic stick. Lay out your pattern first and cut all tile and re fit to where they will be placed on the cabinet. Set the tile with mastic let dry for a few days. Continue by putting the grout in the cracks.Let stand for 20 minutes and wipe with a sponge,then with a soft towel to remove all the residue. After 48 hours seal with sealer. I still need to finish the wall behind the stove with tile.
I love Tuscan~ Rustic Decor...and I am always searching for ideas and looking for things that I can use in my home. I found just a few ideas that I love and that has inspired me. In hopes
to continue in creating a warm and beautiful environment for my family ,as lovely as those I have found. Any of your own ideas of what you have created or found that has inspired you, I would love to see !
I'am a RENTER and as a renter you are limited to your choices and Home Decor. I rent this townhouse and the owner came in and put in new counter tops and it left the kitchen half new &
half old and I needed a pop of color. So I went online for a solution and I found several DIY for renter's backsplash. Saw the pictures and read the instructions and set off to find the following supplies: Table Placemats, and way to hold them in place, which I chose doublesided tape so it would be easy to remove without damaging the walls and a pair scissors. Since my kitchen is a small area I purchased 10 Benson Mills Bamboo Placement for a $1.00 each from Big Lots(I only used 8). Proceeded to apply double sided tape to placemats (make sure walls are clean) and put the mats in place on the wall. Here is my finished product. There was 1 inch gap between the cabinets. So I filled in the space with a cut down(cut to fit) version of the placemat. So far its working......
Dear friends,We are together for a year, so it's time to tell you a few things.I want to thank all the wonderful people I have met here for their generous support, friendship and love you
gave me. You were an inspiration and support and your wonderful blogs wonderful journey into the world of creativity and great ideas. Thanks to you I have learned a number of techniques which I beautify and improve my home and I am still learning from you, great people.
I will try to be up to your wonderful comments for which I am immensely grateful to you and hope sometimes I will be an inspiration to you.
For the end I leave you some pics of my new vases to enjoy.