Over the years (since 2007), I've been contributing images of my projects, holiday decor, tablescapes, and seasonal makeovers I've done to our home over at HGTV.com. I've also shared a few client makeovers as well. Although most have been through their Rate My Space channel online, several of my projects have been featured as online special topics for HGTV fans to read & enjoy. A few weeks back, I was contacted by Kayla Kitts, a contributing editor at HGTV.com for permission to use another one of my projects I shared - but here on the blog NOT posted to RMS - last year: A client bedroom renovation. The project was included in a feature for the launch of new segment of the HGTV.com experience called MAKE SPACE. The segment includes clever cluster busters to stylish storage solutions for people to use in their home or office. The launch I was included in is called 25 New Ways To Use Old Stuff...
TEACUPS (& SOUP BOWLS) JEWELRY ORGANIZER
"We can never have too many ideas when it comes to organizing and displaying jewelry. If you're not short on storage space, reserve a vanity or dresser drawer just for holding bracelets, necklaces and rings. Designer Lynda Quintero-Davids wanted to add as much style and function to her client's dressing table, so she incorporated antique china teacups and soup bowls into one of the lined drawers. Each dish serves as a perfect way to separate small pieces like rings, earrings and brooches. Photo courtesy of Lynda Quintero-Davids"
A bit more about the table: The dressing table they referred to was actually a console table I thrifted at Faith Farm Thrift (Ft. Lauderdale) and refinished in two-toned distressed white & chocolate back in Florida - along with a few other pieces from the makeover. Here's a link back to White Furniture Finishes & Inspirations. The liners were scented and I found in HomeGoods, along with the crystal knob drawer pull.
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Many thanks to you, Kayla, & HGTV.com!
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