1) Buy a photography or botanical book, take a razor blade, and cut it up. It’s not sacred. Put a dozen pages (the more, the better) in matching inexpensive frames, and hang them in a row or a block 2) Buy a big pretty tray — try lacquer. Take all the things on your coffee table and arrange them on the tray for a whole new pulled-together look 3) Paint a white paper lampshade your favorite color — the color you’ll never find in the lampshade department 4) If you have a modern room, make yourself buy one traditional thing, like an old ceramic bowl or brass candlesticks with beeswax candles 5) Create book storage wall space in and around a passageway or above a door frame
*tips from House Beautiful
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I love the lamp! Happy Monday!
i love that book shelf with the ladder!
what a cool lamp!
That bookshelf is amazing…Such a great space solution:)
I love tip 5; decorating with books always helps a space to feel welcoming I think!
You are a star! great ideas!
I'm a fan of mixing traditional items into a more modern space, it makes it look much more fresh and interesting.
Love these ideas–easy for everyone. Buying and cutting up a botanical book was one of the best (and least expensive) things I did for my dining room.
Love the tray. Super duper chic.