Tashia Pillai
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This gal decoupaged a dresser with a photo of her father as a little boy for her son who is his namesake. I love this!

This gal decoupaged a dresser with a photo of her father as a little boy for her son who is his namesake. I love this!

The Beautiful of Craftsman Style Home in Ohio : Dark Grey Wall Bathroom Design Classic Wooden Vanity Furniture

The Beautiful of Craftsman Style Home in Ohio : Dark Grey Wall Bathroom Design Classic Wooden Vanity Furniture

sliced wood DIY coat rack.. love this cute piece.. I could see using a old cabinet door as the base of this project to further the reuse and upcyle feature.

sliced wood DIY coat rack.. love this cute piece.. I could see using a old cabinet door as the base of this project to further the reuse and upcyle feature.

Table made from logs - imagine how cool this would look in cedar!! All the reds and naturals coming through!

Table made from logs - imagine how cool this would look in cedar!! All the reds and naturals coming through!

painted furniture Metallic silver with turquoise. petticoat junktion  #valspar  #rustoleum #turquoise

painted furniture Metallic silver with turquoise. petticoat junktion #valspar #rustoleum #turquoise

sliding doors - so what about this aligned with the hallway-ish a couple feet out from the bathroom/bedroom doors - slides all along over to brick wall in living room - in place < or > slid out of the way

sliding doors - so what about this aligned with the hallway-ish a couple feet out from the bathroom/bedroom doors - slides all along over to brick wall in living room - in place < or > slid out of the way

The glass tube holds exactly one liter of water, sufficient for a quick handwash. The theory being that we waste almost six liters of water and use only one, while washing hands. Once the stored one-liter is used up, you have to turn-off the tap till the next one liter fills up the tube. A cumbersome rationing process that will hopefully drive home the point of conservation!

The glass tube holds exactly one liter of water, sufficient for a quick handwash. The theory being that we waste almost six liters of water and use only one, while washing hands. Once the stored one-liter is used up, you have to turn-off the tap till the next one liter fills up the tube. A cumbersome rationing process that will hopefully drive home the point of conservation!