Exciting days continue on ‘One Brick At A Time’, and we are proud to have another first here today. Our first guest post, ‘How To Make A Stunning Mirror Gallery Wall’ by our very first guest writer here, Preethi Prabhu.
Today I have some really easy napkin folding ideas for you. I’ve realised that one of the easiest ways to make my table look dressy is to add napkins to the setting. Now you can just place the square napkins
Happy New Year all, and welcome 2018! Today, we have the top 5 posts of 2017. Posts that you guys really loved, shared, read and re-read!
This is a completely unplanned post, because I hadn’t planned on decorating our entrance with Christmas garland at all. It started with my son looking over my shoulder when I was browsing through Pinterest. He saw some gorgeous wreaths and asked
A few weeks back we kicked off the festive season with a post on Christmas decor ideas. That post had a list of 20 really easy ways to decorate your home for Christmas, and if you haven’t read it yet,
I’m in a chatty mood today, so I’m going start with how I got around to making these beautiful decoupage wine glasses. In case you’re not feeling so chatty or you’re simply short of time, you can skip right to
The best part about being in India is that the celebration never ends. Have you got your Diwali decorations down yet? Okay then, take a deep, relaxing breath. And let’s get ready for Christmas! Today I have some really cute
A couple of months back I saw these beautiful glass lanterns with pretty mehendi designs on Pinterest. It was love at first sight and I knew I had to try and make these for myself. With Diwali approaching I realised
Diwali is around the corner and we are all spring-cleaning our homes, thinking of gifts and clothes.. and some new Diwali decoration ideas for our homes. So this post is not about diyas and rangoli.
This time when I went looking for kitchen towels, I decided to get myself something ‘different’. That’s easier said than done. Everywhere I looked, including online, I found kitchen towels in checks or stripes. You can picture them, can’t you?