Having stenciled floors done can be costly but, if you are up to the challenge of a new DIY project, you can do it yourself quite cheaply. A lot of DIY-ers are posting their projects online and giving tips on how to do home projects on a budget. If you’re thinking of redoing your floors and love the look of real wood, engineered hardwood flooring might be a great option. Otherwise, floor stenciling has also become popular, especially during the Covid-19 pandemic when so many people have been stuck at home looking for something to do.
Here are six easy steps for using floor stencils on hard floors.
The multi-story behemoth that is Restoration Hardware’s Meatpacking district flagship store is very much like a museum of home design retail. You could spend a week in that place. The abundance of fully-furnished display rooms also makes it a great place to find Pink Things. Case in point: these Paris Pink Lacquered Storage Boxes, which I covet wildly.
These hand-poured and polished lacquer wood boxes — each layer individually hand polished to create a deep, rich finish impervious to heat and alcohol — feature a a velvet-lined interior, which makes them ideal for keeping your jewelry safe and pampered. Made in the United States by Pacific Connections, they are available in a range of sizes and can be purchased online Here.
Oh, You Pretty Things . . .
Photographed in the Restoration Hardware Flagship Store in NYC’s Meatpacking District.
I originally took this photoof a giant paper mache (guessing) Pink Bunny Storage Ottoman (guessing again) at a NY Now gift show in August of 2019. I found it in my photo archives while digging around for a pink thing to post this week. How fortunate.
If you’ve been paying attention at all, you know by now that the Pink Thing of The Day posts every Friday, with no exceptions. So why, you may wonder, am I posting Pink Things on a Thursday? Well, it is certainly because tomorrow is Christmas, and I have something even better than these assorted Pink Tabletop Christmas Tree Decorations waiting for you this Friday! You’ll see what I mean tomorrow!
Photographed at the New York Now Home and Gift Show at Javits Center in 2019.
Innovative design can be described as showing people what they can have, rather than merely giving them what they want: and this often translates to expanded functionality. When your apartment has limited tabletop and storage space, it’s especially fun to discover one product that can replace two or three devices you use regularly. Are you fond of infusing your home with comforting scents? And do you love to set a mood with colorful lighting? Perhaps you are also in the market for a small humidifier to offset the drier indoor air during winter months. If you’re feeling any or all of these scenarios, then you will want to check out the Innogear Aromatherapy Essential Oil Diffuser.