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Monday, June 24, 2013

Nautical Décor for Indoors or Outdoors: Do YOU go crazy for JUTE?

Pine Cone Hill's fresh new nautical tote bags in easy-clean polypropylene, with adorable appliqued anchors on each side. Lightweight and roomy, with a wide opening and durable handles and bottoms. 

A fresh new nautical design in navy and ivory, featuring Pine Cone Hill's easy-clean all-season polypropylene



These anchor-print cotton/linen napkins pep up any table. 53% Cotton/47% Linen. Machine wash cold



A sturdy anchor...on a blue background with rope border! Classic colors with a bold image sure to make you feel right at home. Hand hooked 100% New Zealand wool.




WHAT IS JUTE?
Jute is a long, soft, shiny vegetable fiber 
that can be spun into coarse, strong threads.
"Jute" is name of the plant or fiber that is used 
to make burlap, Hessian or gunny cloth.




Boucle woven jute with double borders in fresh colors with mitered corners. 100% jute with latex backing.

Couture Dreams Enchantique Jute Window Curtains are what we like to call a French inspired Art Deco with a Modern Twist. Truly beautiful and unique these rustic chic jute window curtains are each hand printed with a large decorative motif. Offered in three different colorways and lengths, these curtains are sure to dress up any room. 

Couture Dreams Chichi Tablecloths are truly one of a kind. A mixture of different textures and materials make up this unique table covering for a sophisticated and custom feel. Truly stunning, these tablecloths are sure to turn any table into a memorable setting. Each petal is individually sewn onto the skirt creating a beautiful array of soft cascading petals. The petals in juxtaposition to the jute make for an astonishing table setting.

Wingback chair with white linen and one-a-kind French jute insets. Inset is one of a kind and is always different. We will send you an image of the inset when you place your order for approval.
Surya Poufs are super-fun, super-fashionable and super-functional! Use them as a footstool, extra seating or table when topped with a tray. Stack them for a dramatic effect or put several together for a fabulous focal point. Surya's pouf collection includes tribal textiles, animal prints, and fantastical textures and patterns, a perfect marriage of form and function!




Friday, June 14, 2013

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*Must submit entry by June 29, 2013




Thursday, June 6, 2013

Summer Fold-Down Wall Bar

Small backyard? Not to worry. Use wall space to create an outside that invites you in!

Build a fold-down bar, which is there when you need it and tucked away when you’re not using it.

Summer Fold-Down Wall Bar!
More of a patio or terrace person? Hang your fold-down bar with a couple of nails on your terrace and create a new experience in a small space.

Great for entertaining friends for brunch or a cocktail. This will surely be a conversation starter!


LAVENDER DAILY TIP: Paint the wood a different color to match your outside decor!

How to make this fold-down bar...watch this video:
http://www.thisoldhouse.com/toh/video/0,,20676324,00.html

Cut List:
1x4 cedar back slats: six @ 36 inches
1x4 cedar door slats: four @ 29 inches (cut to fit)
1x8 cedar box vertical pieces: three @ 22   inches
1x8 cedar shelf: one @ 16 7/8 inches
1x8 cedar box bottom: one @ 36 inches
1x8 cedar gable ends: two @ 36 inches
1x10 cedar roof pieces: two @ 22 inches
1x10 cedar box top: one @ 36 inches
5/4 x 4 cedar door-frame rails: two @ 36 inches
5/4 x 4 cedar door-frame stiles: two @ 15 1/4 inches
3/4-by-3/4-inch cedar shelf cleats: two @ 7 1/4 inches (ripped from 1x8 scraps)

1. Assemble the box 2. Screw it together 3. Lay out the gable ends 4. Cut the gable ends 5. Cut the roof pieces 6. Attach the gable ends 7. Install the roof 8. Lay out the back 9. Make the French cleat 10. Rout the rabbets 11. Drill the dowel holes 12. Assemble the frame 13. Rout the inset slats 14. Attach the slats to the frame 15. Install the hardware 16. Mount the French cleat 17. Slide the bar in place


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