Pins Of The Day 01-25-2013

Shaker-style cabinetry features flat drawer fronts and cabinet doors with flat-face frames surrounding a flat recessed panel. An incised line of beading may surround the drawers and doors, as in this kitchen, as a subtle outline for emphasis. Here leaded-glass doors original to the 1882 house are installed in the upper cabinets to lighten the effect of so much cabinetry. Wide beaded-board backsplashes and simple white knobs respect the vintage character of the house, and classic Victorian green paint preserves the original aesthetic. [via]

Absolutely beautiful decorated shed. This is a really cool farm just outside of Pittsburg.  It has been transformed over the past decade with gorgeous interior and exterior design.  The result is stunning. [via]

Build-It-Yourself China Hutch - This nearly 8’-tall hutch features an elegant look and ample room for storing and displaying china. Make it yourself in two weekends by following our simple woodworking instructions.  Complete instructions on this DIY project on the Lowe’s blog. [via]

A pop of color – like the magenta-lacquered Janette  console by Red Egg – gives this neutral entryway a kick in the palette. [via]

Turn an unused table into a pair of stylish and useful nightstands.  Buy an old nightstand at Goodwill, paint it up, cut in half, and put one half on either side of the bed and screw into the wall. [via]

Five Easy Tips to Make Small Rooms Seem Bigger - Interior decorators and home stagers hold the secret to making small spaces seem bigger. It may seem like a mystery, but there are concrete tricks of the trade that are routinely used to ‘stretch’ the walls out a few extra feet. It’s all about the visual feel of things. [via]

We can’t think of too many people who would want to check their email at the faucet. But, for those who want to, they can do so with the SmartFaucet. This cool contraption is not just a humble faucet but a very smart device with a touchscreen. The SmartFaucet has a cool face recognition feature that will automatically recognize the user and will flow water according to the user’s preferred temperature and flow intensity. The touchscreen will also help you check your email and display the outside temperature. Very futuristic! [via]


A colorful, whimsical nursery with lots of visual stimulation. [via]


Home library in bathroom. [via]

The Disaster Bookshelf.  [via]