Анастасия Петрова

Анастасия Петрова

Анастасия Петрова
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No idea who's stunning work this is but it is absolutely gorgeous. Love the grey wood shiplap walls. The white shutters, the beautiful detailed vanity.

No idea who's stunning work this is but it is absolutely gorgeous. Love the grey wood shiplap walls. The white shutters, the beautiful detailed vanity.

Красивая салатовая ванная с желтым и оранжевым

Красивая салатовая ванная с желтым и оранжевым

Another week, another fresh crop of tiny house news. Here, we catch you up on the standout projects you should know, including a swanky tiny house with a chandelier and a 100 percent recyclable flatpack micro home.

Another week, another fresh crop of tiny house news. Here, we catch you up on the standout projects you should know, including a swanky tiny house with a chandelier and a 100 percent recyclable flatpack micro home.

The Lindley, from Tiny House Construction. A tiny house on wheels made in Greenboro, North Carolina.

The Lindley, from Tiny House Construction. A tiny house on wheels made in Greenboro, North Carolina.

DIY Weekend Project-How To Transform Your Balcony Into A Green Oasis | Homesthetics | Bloglovin’

DIY Weekend Project-How To Transform Your Balcony Into A Green Oasis | Homesthetics | Bloglovin’

attic closet

attic closet

sloped ceiling wardrobe with lights. A perfect solution to storage problems

sloped ceiling wardrobe with lights. A perfect solution to storage problems

innovative nic modern apartment

innovative nic modern apartment

Bilderesultat for snedtak garderob

Bilderesultat for snedtak garderob

Staircase ~ Lesson #1: Wring drama from an over-looked spot. Lisa Teague set the palette for her whole house by brushing a spectrum of shades on the risers of her staircase—the first thing people see when they walk in the door. “I wanted to make a statement, but a subtle one,” she explains. For her stairs, Teague mixed glaze into the paint to achieve this lightly weathered effect.

Staircase ~ Lesson #1: Wring drama from an over-looked spot. Lisa Teague set the palette for her whole house by brushing a spectrum of shades on the risers of her staircase—the first thing people see when they walk in the door. “I wanted to make a statement, but a subtle one,” she explains. For her stairs, Teague mixed glaze into the paint to achieve this lightly weathered effect.