Posts tagged 'modern'
Tile can transform the most mundane tabletop into an eye-catching centerpiece. After all, who wants to invite guests to a home and place evening drinks on an old, rusty, nasty looking table? Applying tiles to a wooden tabletop makes it waterproof allowing you the option of enjoying your new tabletop outdoors, which is an added bonus, incase a drink accidentally spills! Placing a decorated tabletop on your front porch, deck or landscaping will excite your senses. Applying tiles to a tabletop is a project that most do-it-yourselfers can accomplish in an afternoon, thus preventing you from having to allow yourself an entire weekend to create a beautiful tabletop. If it takes you longer than an afternoon, don’t worry, it’s ok. If you are tiling an outdoor tabletop and want an umbrella, drill a hole through the center of the tabletop and carefully cut your tiles around the opening, as this will prevent you from having to drill into the tiles. I have tried to drill on tiles, it did not work out to well for me.
Last week I received this beautiful picture frame from The Zhush, an online store owned by Sue De Chiara. Sue also writes a blog you can frequently find me on (click here to check out her blog) about all things home decor and fashion. *Side note* I sooooo wish I knew enough about fashion to write about it, but alas I must follow the fashion blogs to even begin to know what to wear in the morning. But I digress, the frame I was sent is a brilliant turquoise color and made of a very sturdy hard plastic frame. It comes with a glass inset (not the plasticky kind of picture cover like some places include) so it looks elegant. The frame has a really vintage retro feel in its shape while the bright color keeps it extremely hip and modern.