Here is the tenth installment of Wednesday Loves!
The first thing I love is this bridge faucet from Perrin and Rowe that I found in This Old House this month. It's $1,472. So... let's just say, I'll never be owning this faucet.
I adore this idea for an outdoor fall gathering... doesn't it just make you want to eat some apple pie and go apple picking?
I love the idea of using an old pallet as a headboard and writing a single word or phrase on it:
I think this is such a great idea for holding pencils on your desk, I remember my Dad's garage broom looking just like this growing up:
I found this amazing tip on Pinterest to make your own coasters. It could be a great gift for a kid to give their grandparents! Here's the how to: Get some 4x4 tiles ($.16 Home Depot) and some 4x4 scrapbook paper. Adhere the paper to the tile with Mod Podge and let dry. Spray a coat of clear spray paint and let dry; attach felt pads to the bottom.
This idea is from Martha Stewart (of course, she generates about 110% of the good ideas floating around). Her idea is to keep mason jars filled with souveniers from a vacation instead of filling up scrapbooks with things because it makes for a great display.
This room is a little busy for me, but I love the headboard covered with similarly colored books. It would be great in a small space for someone that doesn't have room for bedside tables.
I love this saying, it is SUCH a good reminder!
My last Wednesday Loves is this little guy:
Have a great Wednesday!