Written exclusively for Pottery Barn by Jonathan Stiers of Stiers Aesthetic. Eight years doesn’t sound very long until you realize it’s just two years shy of a decade. I bought my house 8 years ago, new and my master bathroom was complete with builder grade fixtures, lighting, brown walls, brown ceiling (Yikes!), and travertine tile, …
We’ve been doing construction for upwards of 15 years, and before the show started, taking on projects like this one used to be the bread and butter of our construction business. We’re going to start featuring more small projects like this one on the blog, and thought this was the perfect reno to kick it …
DIY Home Renovation: How To Tile Your Bathroom Shower
Unlike painting, tiling isn’t as quick and easy as it looks. Tiling is for those who enjoy tedious, repetitive perfectionism. And I can’t say that I do, but in the end, the three days that turned into three weeks (seriously) was all worth it. Clean white subway tile transforms spaces — all in such a timeless way. So, before you start mixing the thin-set, check out the lessons I learned about how to tile your bathroom.
We have been reading all year about sage green becoming a big color trend. For many, this earthy shade is a memory of the 90's, but this year soft muted green is showing us that it can feel fresh and modern.
Coat Hook Board with 4 Double Hooks: Walnut Stained Board
**********FREE SHIPPING********** This wide, walnut colored board features 4 high quality double coat hooks. The board is Made from Knotty Alder: A wood often used in cabinetry because of its eccentric grain character. Alder also stains beautifully. We mix our own special stain which gives it a