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Megan Pflug

Wednesday May 28th, 2014

Wednesday April 23rd, 2014

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DIY Project: Fabric Covered Photo Mats

We all love a good gallery wall but, depending on the artwork, it can sometimes feel a little disjointed. One simple, and super chic solution is to use the same color mat in multiple frames to unify the look. The end result is totally bespoke and it’s simpler than wrapping a gift. I choose to…

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Wednesday April 9th, 2014

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DIY Project: Arrow Light

When I saw Lindsey Adelman’s You Make It Chandelier I knew it was a project I had to try. I created one of my own for this kitchen makeover, so when it came time to update the exposed bulb dangling from the ceiling in my entryway I thought I would revisit the project with a…

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Wednesday March 26th, 2014

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DIY Project: Upholstered Door

Design*Sponge | DIY Project: Upholstered Door

When I moved into my circa-1910 row house in Brooklyn, all the doors were original to the building except one: the door to our home office. This anonymous-looking hollow-core door was totally out of sync with the rest of the house. So after some consideration I decided to turn lemons into lemonade and just embrace…

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Wednesday February 26th, 2014

Wednesday November 13th, 2013

Wednesday October 23rd, 2013

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DIY Project: Mini Chandelier

I am crazy about pendant lights because they are uber versatile and super easy to customize. Whether you use a pre-wired cord and socket set or assemble one yourself, the process is simple and the possibilities are endless.With the right materials an a little bit of consideration it’s easy to create a bespoke lighting looks…

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Wednesday October 9th, 2013

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DIY Project: Painted Floor Runner

My good friend, Sarah, lives in an amazing loft space in Brooklyn. The only downside: shabby-looking old factory floors with about a centuries worth of grime imbedded in them. I decided to lend a hand and upon inspection, painting seemed like the perfect solution. All it takes is one look her home’s collection of mid-century…

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