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21.6.07

real homes

i've been so inspired by all of the ideas i've heard from readers after the kitchen post. d*s reader katya usvitsky sent over these shots of some of her own kitchen diy and reupholstery diy. i love the way she used branches as towel bars- it's such a nice, soft touch. always fun to see people taking design into their own hands...

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10 Comments:

Anonymous Vanessa said...

Beautiful!

12:05 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I like this Idea

12:10 PM  
Blogger kelly said...

If anyone is interested in the dishtowel hanging on the branch towel bar, it is from the company that I design for, tag (trade associates group) Just thought I would let you know.

Kelly

1:35 PM  
Blogger girl meets glamour said...

That branch "towel bar" is just so fun. Great post!

1:53 PM  
Anonymous At Home with kim vallee said...

I like her color palette too.

4:03 PM  
Blogger Another Shade of Grey said...

Beautiful chair.

4:30 PM  
Blogger Alice said...

hello!
I've been watching close this "real homes theme" because for me this is one of the most important things - i mean, i love design but i prefer it when it is real!! in a more humble way, I also do some "furniture pimping" around here, and the chairs you have been showing lately reminded me of my office chair I re-did...:) The difference is my chair didn't have any carisma at all - just a plain black plastic/fabric office chair, but I think I solved it quite well...

4:41 PM  
Blogger CreativeOutletDesigns said...

love it. It brings such a "natural" feeling indoors.

9:45 AM  
Blogger babybananafish said...

where did the amazing soap bottle come from?!?!

11:43 PM  
Blogger katya said...

Bottle ($1.99 I believe) came from hardware store in Hell's Kitchen, on the corner of 52nd and 9th Ave. I try to keep an eye out for amazing "none design" items at bodegas.

- Katya

P.S. Thanks to everyone for their thoughtful comments and complements

4:39 PM  

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