A Green Option For Your Countertop

Kitchen and bathroom renovations are always giving me mixed feelings. I’m happy when my clients get a fresh, functional, and clean space. On the other hand, after every such renovation in my mind’s eye I can already see the mountains of debris where, eventually, the newly installed materials end their life after the owner decides that they can no longer serve their purpose. (more…)

5 Reasons Ideal Clients Aren’t Hiring You as an Interior Designer

I’ve noticed an interesting trend, even as the economy improves and more interior design professionals report sightings of new clients and projects. There is an entire group who continues to commiserate about the lack of clients and projects, citing various reasons such as a recession, the housing slump and a rapidly changing marketplace full of […]

Casa Invisible House with Reflective Facade

Modern house Casa Invisible easily manages to camouflage in its surrounding landscape. It’s reflective facade as a mirror, reflects on itself the whole foliage and urban environment, changing the character according to the seasons and various bystanders. Designed by the architectural studio Delugan Meissl, this private house actually is a wooden structure with a shiny […]

DIY Ideas with Bottle Caps

Whether plastic or metal, bottle closures are an excellent material for a variety of DIY ideas. Plastic can be used for playing with the youngest while the metal still require a little vigilance. We have selected the stunning ideas which are very easy to implement and excellent for entertainment. All that remains is to collect […]

Thirsty Celery Experiment

Cross section of celery stalks after their long drink This is a classic science experiment for small children meant to teach them how water travels up a plants stem. Materials: A disposable clear drinking glass A stalk of celery, with leaves Food coloring (dark colors will work more noticeably than yellow) A drinking straw (optional) […]