The idea is to occupy Facebook with art, breaking the monotony of selfies, bit strips, and Hollywood news. Whoever likes this will be given an artist and has to post a piece by that artist with this text. I got M.C. Escher
This utility zone might be hidden from guests, but you still have to look at it every day. Choose furniture-like pieces (like this blogger's green drawer-turned-tray) and wrap the interior with patterned contact paper to inspire you to stay tidy.
Magnetic knife holders aren't a new idea, but don't discount their sleek design as well as their storage sense. A repurposed curtain rod or towel bar can hold and display your graphic mugs and towels. Or, go all out and fill your backsplash with pegboard, for a crafty-chic look that doubles as super-flexible storage.
We bet the compact disc holder you bought in the '90s is now collecting dust in your attic. Give this outdated organizer a helpful new purpose by using it to store plastic lids. See more at Hip 2 Save » - WomansDay.com
Had wanted to do this with a couple of antique pieces. (aw) Isn't it amazing how, when beautifully custom framed, these doilies look like bold, graphic art pieces?!? Thanks to some smart framing solutions - specifically in deep hues and finishes - the intricate detailing on these handmade needle arts really stand out! Perhaps you have items like this, made by a loved one, that would make beautiful works of art for your walls? Get inspired and get framing!