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55 Results for "night stand"

Small Night Stand Redecoration, Help - would love some ideas on how to update this tiny night stand.

Took the easy route and painted it white and switched out the knobs. What do you think?, Home Decor Project
craigslist finds, I found 2 nightstands and 1 dresser on craigslist for only $75. They were pretty terrible! With old ugly formica tops! 
I primed them with a good oilbased primer, painted them black, taped them and spray painted them silver.
And I love them. And yes, I'm obsessed with stripes!, Home Decor Project
Van Gogh Bath, This is a bathroom that I have painted using latex house paints to simulate the appearance of walking into several of Vincent Van Gogh's paintings.  I chose 4 of his more recognizable paintings all with a night time theme and reproduced his style and brush strokes using bold and intense colors. It took 11 days from start to finish.    I coincidentally was born 100 years to the day Vincent was born. I am an artist and share the same name and even have blue eyes like the master himself!, Home Decor Project
Art Noir Night Lights, Art Noir lamps are a beautiful accent anytime but best enjoyed as a night light. This is when the art, lights, and bottle all come into play to produce a fantasy of color.

, Gift Ideas Project
Conch-shell Candles, Scented candles made with large conch-shells (4" - 7") each with their own stained and sealed custom-made wooden stand., Gift Ideas Project
Beaded Night Light Cover using 4 mm beads, This is very similar to a project I posted a few months ago only using smaller beads.  
This simple, inexpensive beaded nite lite cover can be made in in a variety of colors of beads and crochet cotton to dress up a nursery or a bathroom. It uses 216 4mm beads and #10 crochet cotton, and a #7 Boye steel hook.I have and instructional video on you tube which could be very helpful. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S5-tox66VEY. You can check out my other patterns at http://www.blairsbells.com. 
Before crocheting string 216 4mm beads onto #10 crochet cotton, I use the bead spinner and I also use a dental floss threader which is great if you have small children or pets around. 
Chain 6, join in circle. 
Rnd 1) Single crochet in circle, chain 1 for 1st single crochet, 18 sc in circle, join in chain one. 
Rnd 2-12) Chain three for first double crochet, attach bead, chain one, crochet in next single crochet, repeat around for total of 18 dc with attach bead and chain one after,,join in top of chain three. 
Rnd 13) Chain 3, double crochet in top of bead, crochet in dc, repeat around for a total of 36 dc, join in top of chain thread. 
, Knitting-Crocheting Project

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