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We love the ease of installation of wood-look ceramic tile planks. This tile from Marazzi looks just like reclaimed wood, with detailed grain and authentic texture. But it’s more durable than wood, and it isn’t affected by seasonal changes. Wood-grain tile is a great choice for any room of your home. Click through to learn how to install a wood look tile wall like the one you see here.
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Pocket doors are great space savers and can disappear and appear in a quick second. Although hugely popular in the 1800′s and maybe early 1900′s, we no longer see them much anymore in homes. I hope that changes because there is such a variety to choose from and they give a room much flexibility and stateliness. Here are a few…
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Paint swatches framed behind glass to make a dry-erase calendar. I would make a weekly calendar and use a different color for each family member. You could even mark your recurring commitments (dance lessons, work schedule, etc) under the glass so that you dont have to re-write them every week. It would be easy to swap them out if something changes.
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Updating an old office desk with new trim and chalk paint – what a difference these easy changes make!
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This display art was created by high voltage flowing through a piece of reclaimed wood. The electricity travels through the path of least resistance creating unique Lichtenberg Figures. Each piece is different and unpredictable. The wood burning process is quite exciting to watch! When electricity is applied to the piece of reclaimed wood you hear the buzz of the electrons trying to complete the circuit, and while this happens the surface of the wood comes to life with glowing paths creating fractal patterns. The paths follow random motions, and are influenced by the nuances in the wood, whether it be the wood grain, imperfections, or density changes. After the Lichtenberg figures are formed, the pieces are cleaned and sanded, and a glow in the dark resin inlay is added to help bring out the lightning like designs. The glow in the dark effect looks best when the piece is exposed to sunlight. This piece measures 20 1/2 L x 5 W x 1/2 H. Each piece of high voltage art comes with sawtooth mounting hardware (that you will need to install), so that it can be displayed in the orientation of your choosing. I really enjoy this process and improving the technique each time I do it. Please, keep an eye on my shop as I intend to keep adding new products. Send me a message if there is anything in particular you would like made, I will be happy to make it
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