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Christmas stockings have made their footprints all over Curbly since our very first Christmas together back in oh-six. Those early projects are still as fresh as ever, which is why we’re giving them a shout out in this roundup in addition to a bunch more tutorials new to our ever-expanding library.
Here’s a unique idea using aluminum screening that was included in
This delightful Ice Skate Stocking was featured in a roundup from 2011.
This was an original Curbly creation for the DIY Network from 2012.
Love these simply gorgeous socks from His & Hers.
From chic to shabby chic, here are Mom It Forward’s monogramed stockings.
Jenny Allsorts provides the pattern and tutorial to make this charming Swedish Dala Horse stocking.
Recycling old sweaters to make new Christmas stockings? Still
A small beach house located in Las Arenas, Peru expands outdoor living into an interior cocoon with a large opening in the ceiling for heat release and ventilation. Designed by Artadi Arquitectos the beach house was conceived as a “container box” to hold all the essentials for indoor living without closing off the exterior lifestyle. To do this, the volume has strategic voids cut into its silhouette and is also raised up off of the ground below. Raising the floor of the home allows for a small pool to be inset into the floor just left of the stairs.
While large sections of the volume are left exposed to the elements, other sections are closed up tight.
Quick & easy ways to decorate your door and entryway to welcome Christmas visitors
When you welcome guests with Christmas decorations at the front door and entryway, you’ll make a lasting impression. The good news is that getting your home decorated and ready for holiday company can be quick and easy with spectacular results.
Show off your home’s classic architecture by making your home look festive from the street.
• Give your home holiday curb appeal. Stand near the street so you see the same view as people driving past. What are your home’s best features? If your home has lots of windows, go for traditional Christmas decorations. If you love classics, put a Battery Powered Candle in every window as a sign of welcome. This tradition dates to Colonial times when a window candle meant you were waiting for a loved one to return and were keeping the hearth warm. Looking
Any house can be a home but we would all like to make our home in a house that reflects our personality. Some of us prefer small easily heated homes so that we can afford to lavish our money and attention on every detail of the interior. Others of us want to purchase as much square footage as possible and are willing to spend a lifetime filling it up with the perfect furnishings. We are all different and we all have different ideas of what makes the perfect home.
When searching for the perfect house it quickly becomes apparent that finding all the features you are looking for in the area you want them can be quite the challenge. Read full post…
Nestled in in the mountain side of the Valle De Guadalupe in Mexico, this hotel (Endemico Resguardo Silvestre) is just amazing. Designed by Gracia Studio, each structure is positioned to ensure the views are unobstructed and cabins are private.
I really love the simplicity of their structure and how they sit floating on the hillside so nature can just do its own thing around them. The minimal black white, Japanese/Scandinavian inspired, interior is stunning and provides a luxurious oasis in a beautiful, yet barren looking, landscape (mind you there’s some lovely wineries close by). T
Share on Facebook Tweet Comment Architect and builder Volker Wiese has realized his personal home design dream with a Bauhaus style residence with exterior HI-MACS® cladding that secures privacy from the outside while enclosing a delightful garden within a multi-façade, two wing design. For the keen nature lover that Wiese is, using acrylic stone for the exterior wall cladding was an obvious choice as all the materials used in this energy efficient structure are sustainable. Share on Facebook Tweet Comment Wiese settled on the site for his new project in the fashionable but urban area of Berlin-Grunewald where he demolished a run-down post war building in a quiet cul-de-sac and went about designing his new two wing home that secured his privacy from the outside with symmetrically arranged HI-MACS® panels, while forming an intimate and sheltered courtyard on the inside, with exciting planes and offset facades mixed with large windows. Fr
I like to think of my apartment as an atelier—not a studio, an atelier—which is no doubt part of the reasoon I find the photos of this dinner party so appealing. Hel