Category Archives: Lighting

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Lighting + Hardware In The Scary Room (+ a Giveaway!)

This post is in partnership with Rejuvenation.  We started The Scary Room at the top of this year, and here we are, in the second half of April, and we are finally thisclose to the room’s starting point! I say ‘starting point,’ because do you remember where we began? Many of the rooms in this house required a lot of work to getKEEP READING >

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A Mini Makeover for the IKEA FADO Lamp

stoneware canisters | brass frame | silver frame | kitty planter | shelf brackets Since we installed these salvaged wood shelves in the studio, we’ve been thinking of an effective way to illuminate that little corner. I’ve always loved the FADO table lamp from IKEA, and the simple globe shape and smaller scale seemed like it would be aKEEP READING >

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A Mini Gooseneck for the Patio

We had a ‘Brickwarming’ party a couple weeks ago – a name lovingly dubbed by one of our neighbors – and we had every intention of completing two tasks before our friends and family came over to eat, drink and be merry: 1) Paint and stain the patio stairs, and 2) install a patio light above our built-in bench. For everyKEEP READING >

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A Night In

A few months ago, Julia asked me to change the way we think about photographing our homes. Let me explain – have you ever noticed that bloggers are always (always!) chasing that daylight? But what if we started pulling out the camera in the evening, after the sun has gone down? By mid-afternoon, I’m already counting down the minutesKEEP READING >

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Reviving Our Vintage Sconces in 5 Steps

headboard | marble shelf | pebble pillowcases | cozy dash sheets | mint lumbar | linen duvet | paint A long, long time ago, we picked up a pair of sconces from a pop-up warehouse sale. We set them aside, even noting in this blog post of yore that they’ll eventually make their way into our bedroom – just a pipe dream in 2014! (As ifKEEP READING >

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Mixing Metals In the Bathroom (+ a Rejuvenation Giveaway!)

When we first started thinking about the finishes we’d like in our bathroom, we weren’t always on the same page. Scott is a big fan of polished chrome; as he’s said before, that shiny finish is like a pair of your favorite blue jeans – always in style. While I agree, it’s no secret that I love touches of gold andKEEP READING >