Yikes! Part IV.
The last one, I promise.
I took more pics than I thought. All good though.
Here is the rest of the house.
In the bedroom: Antique tin ceiling tiles make up the headboard.
I liked the little chandelier hung on cool brackets - the cords hidded by the tin.
Here in Minnesota it's still too early to plant window boxes. Sigh.
But they had a cool display to get us gardeners excited and hopeful.
We liked the watering cans stuck in there too fill space.
The house numbers.
Overall the designers at Bachman's did a great job!
Thanks to Bachman's to opening it up for those of us who love
to find inspiration in paint and all things decore.
I am already looking forward to the Summer Ideas House.
Lastly, here is the link to Bachman's.
I did not have anything to do w/ the designs in The Bachman's Ideas House.
I was merely a tourist. To answer a few questions:
Yes, the calender is cool and they sell
the Day of the week magnets
at Bachman's - link above.
The tin ceiling headboard:
It was for sale when I toured the house.
If you are interested in vintage tin, I know it can still to be found.
For my own tin ceiling in my kitchen, we bought it from a farmer at an antique show,
the whole load for $200.
OR can can buy new stuff and Home Depot, paint and scuff it up!
Hope this helps!