“Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful.” – William Morris
Seems like a good goal to strive for…
One issue that we have in our little house is that our entry way is also our dining room and kitchen, so we have very limited space to hang things. Our coat rack is crammed into a corner so most of the stuff…keys, hats, sweaters, coats and the strange abundance of somebody’s purses, gets dumped onto the stair railings or counter or even chucked lazily on top of the stove. Aesthetically, not very pleasing.
Below is a great “before and after” from my favourite interior design site, Design Sponge. It seems like a fairly simple way to combine usefulness and creative antique style.
(To see the full “how-to” article, click here.)
Maybe I will try it one of these days…
Anyone have some knobs I can borrow?