Thursday, February 4, 2010

Houzz Ideabook: Textural Touches on a Teeny Tiny Budget

Don't you just love how adding texture can instantly take a space from "ho-hum" to "holy cow!"? My Ideabook over at Houzz this week is all about ways you can add a textural touches for less. Click on the badge below for lots of inspiring links to projects you will LOVE, and a collection of fantastic photos submitted by Houzz users who have decorated with texture throughout their beautiful homes!




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12 comments:

Morning T said...

Great ideas Layla and I love the images from Sarah at 'A Beach Cottage' and have 'borrowed' quite a few ideas from her myself!

Lindsay said...

wow! Such a great idea!!!

Amber @ Two Nuts in a Shell said...

I love these posts that you do over there. The phots are a delicious treat for the eyes!

Abbey @ Practically Perfect said...

My husband and I own a couple of used bookstores and we're getting ready to open a third one this Saturday. Yesterday I was pricing, sorting, and shelving Christian books and spotted one of Lysa TerKeurst's books and thought of you! I loved the guest post you did on her blog a couple days ago. When I saw her book, it just reminded me to be thankful for all we have and NOT be bummed out because my eyes were crossing due to all the alphabetizing and my hand was aching because of all the price gun mashing! Thanks for the inspirational "boost"!

allitson said...

Thanks for the great ideas! My mind will be going all night about which room to use them in! I appriciate your consideration of a "tiny budget". Some decorators say the work on a small budget, but suggest a $300. chair! That's not small to me!

Low Tide High Style said...

Lots of wonderful ideas, and I had completely forgotten about those old rattan chargers. My mother had a bunch of them and what a great idea to use them to hold candles and seashells!

Kat :)

Cheri said...

I wanted burlap roman shades and our daughter and son in-law had them made for us for Christmas, what a wonderful look they are.

Anna Liesemeyer said...

oooh my gosh this is soooooo cool! I am going to have to share this one on twitter...

geri said...

I definately need to play with burlap.
Love all the ideas.
Keep them coming. geri.

DustyLu said...

Great post! love the ideas for the use of burlap! Thanks again! ~lulu

Melissa Stover said...

you are so lovely and it was just a delight to talk to today at blissdom. i'm so glad i got to meet you.

Kari Jenkins said...

Love this! I have a small kitchen and was wondering how to make the most of my space.. love that they are decorative and functional!