Muita ideoita: Sanna
greens by conceptbyanna..

greens by conceptbyanna..

muted colored kitchen

muted colored kitchen

parveke / balcony

parveke / balcony

Better late than never! Remember a while back I promised to share my Small Balcony Makeover? Well, I had our balcony all done and ready to photo shoot about 1-2months ago. Then a baby bird landed on our balcony, so we let him and his mom hang out until he was ready to fly.

Better late than never! Remember a while back I promised to share my Small Balcony Makeover? Well, I had our balcony all done and ready to photo shoot about 1-2months ago. Then a baby bird landed on our balcony, so we let him and his mom hang out until he was ready to fly.

Kerroin teille alkukesällä tekeväni pientä muutosta parvekkeellani. Lupasin myös näyttää lopputuloksen kunhan projekti on valmis. Valmista t...

Kerroin teille alkukesällä tekeväni pientä muutosta parvekkeellani. Lupasin myös näyttää lopputuloksen kunhan projekti on valmis. Valmista t...

Zobacz zdjęcie Balkon marzeń w pełnej rozdzielczości

Zobacz zdjęcie Balkon marzeń w pełnej rozdzielczości

Long bob hair

Long bob hair

Texture bob   #balayage #beachwaves #lob #bob  #honeyblonde #sombre  #livedinhair

Texture bob #balayage #beachwaves #lob #bob #honeyblonde #sombre #livedinhair

While painting the dull gray surface of standard concrete works, I knew there had to be a cooler way of coloring these little plant homes. After some research and hands-on testing, it turns out that the trick is starting with white concrete and stirring in powdered pigments. From there, the sky's the limit. Marble them, create an ombre stack, go two-tone. You really can't go wrong with this foolproof project, and they're ridiculously fun to make.

While painting the dull gray surface of standard concrete works, I knew there had to be a cooler way of coloring these little plant homes. After some research and hands-on testing, it turns out that the trick is starting with white concrete and stirring in powdered pigments. From there, the sky's the limit. Marble them, create an ombre stack, go two-tone. You really can't go wrong with this foolproof project, and they're ridiculously fun to make.