Find your Zen with this collection of spa-worthy fountains, furniture, and decor inspired by nature. Smaller fountains are relaxing additions to a desk or table, while larger styles can serve as eye-catching accent pieces indoors or out. Namaste!
"buy rods long enough to go at least 10 inches past the window from, so that your curtains can stack on the side and not cover the door or window, and hang curtains near the ceiling to draw the eye up and make your rooms feel taller"
Being a renter means that a lot of things about your house are non-negotiables — but a bad bathroom doesn't have to be one of them. Even if you can't replace the old tub or tear down the tile, there are plenty of changes you can make to your bathroom that will have a big impact — even if you're leasing and not buying.
When used thoughtfully, all sorts of organic surfaces can unite to create pleasingly cohesive designs. Reclaimed boards craft an eye-catching barn door that slides open to reveal a ruggedly outfitted bathroom featuring stacked-stone walls and a river-rock floor. The raw wood reappears on a modern floating vanity inset in a sleek stone surround./