Kitchen Renovation and DIY Range Hood Tutorial

A dated kitchen can make an entire home seem dated — plus kitchens are just so fun to dream about and drool over, right? We’re still working on finishing our kitchen renovation, so it’s especially inspiring to see people who have done it and put a big checkmark next to it — done! and our […] The post Kitchen Renovation and DIY Range Hood Tutorial appeared first on Remodelaholic. Source Feed: Remodelaholic


Current Obsessions: The New Geometry

Here’s a look at a few things we loved this week. Above: With a week devoted to color coming up, we have our eye on floor pillows by Susan Connor made exclusively for The Merchant Home. See Brooklyn Hand-Printed Pillows and Throws by Susan Connor to learn more about the textile artist.  Still looking for Halloween decor inspiration? Try one of these ghoulish tabletop ideas.  The New York Times sits down with the man behind Kaufmann Mercantile. Above: Take…

Totally Tiled: 9 Kitchens with Unexpected Tile Details

Beyond the tiled backsplash: Nine spaces with unexpected tile details (island bases, shelves, cabinet interiors, and more). Above: The Netherlands house of Dutch designers Ina and Matt has a tiled kitchen island and tiled walls. Above L: In the loft of NY events planner Bronson van Wyck, Oliver Freundlich defined the cooking area with ceramic subway tile, vent hood included (for more, see our Steal This Look). Above R: A Netherlands kitchen with tiled…

A NYC Design Star Opens a Showroom in Milan

Tyler Hays of BDDW is broadening his horizon (again). He recently launched M. Crow & Co. in Oregon, and now he’s taking his American handcrafted furniture collection across the Atlantic to a new showroom in Milan. He’s displaying his own luxe-rustic timeless pieces alongside lighting by Lindsey Adelman, David Weeks, and Apparatus Studios. In a recent interview with the Wall Street Journal, Hays admitted that he’s counting on the showroom less as a revenue stream than as an excuse to…

How to Repurpose Old Books Into A Wall Shelf

Good morning fabulous Remodelaholics! It’s Ananda from A Piece of Rainbow . I’m here today with a fun DIY for all lovers of vintage books: we are transforming some old books into a useful and unique piece of furniture! Isn’t this wall shelf beautiful? Ever since I saw cool shelves like these, for example, in this […] The post How to Repurpose Old Books Into A Wall Shelf appeared first on Remodelaholic. Source Feed: Remodelaholic