Nail Polish Storage
Found this perfectly sized candy dish at one of my favourite stores a few weeks ago. Thought I'd share! This pretty dish can be found at Crate & Barrel.
Tools required: 3" screw for each
Go to your local hardware store and purchase as many lengths of vinyl eavestrough as desired. Purchase 2 end caps each each shelve and enough mounting clips to install one every 3' along the length of your shelf using a minimum of 3 per shelf.
Cut the vinyl eavestrough to the desired length of shelving using the hacksaw. Measure and mark your cut on the front, bottom and back of the eavestrough to ensure a straight cut.
Select the desired location for the shelf and locate the wall studs using the stud finder. Measure and mark out the stud placement on at least three studs as evenly spaced as possible ( studs are built into your wall every 16") along the length of your shelf, or one every 3', whichever is greater. Use the level to ensure level placement of the hangers.
Using the 3" screws and drill, install the hanger brackets along the studs you just marked out. Ensure they are level.
Clip the end caps onto the length of eavestrough to be installed and clip the eavestrough into the hanger brackets firmly. Your eavestrough is now a shelf
A beautiful new home.
One of the first projects to come out of my design partnership with Homes by Sherbilt is now complete. The proud new owners of this house took possession on Friday. I provide the home owners with design and decorating advice while they sort through all of the wonderful options that Sherbilt has to offer. I love the excitement of new home buyers and am very pleased with the workmanship and attention to detail provided by this particular home builder. Looking forward to seeing more of these houses coming together.
Show homes can be viewed in Windrose and Robinson in Leduc, Ab.
PRETTY ENOUGH FOR A PRINCESS
Every room starts somewhere. This bedroom was used as a storage room at one time.
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