Beautiful, modern and “I want one!” are not words that usually come to mind when I think of prefabricated homes. Then I came across this article on MSN! The article shows off 10 prefab designs and each of them are quite fabulous looking! See what I mean…..
Everyone is out scouring for gift ideas. It is always a bonus when you can find the perfect home decor gift at a great price. The New York Times released their top 25 Holiday Gifts for the Home for under $25. Here are my top 5 favorites.
“Snartig” vase $0.79 each, ikea.com
“National Airline” forks and knives, $.99 each, fishseddy.com
Place some art in the back of the shelf as well as the front. From Domino.
Minimalism at its best and an easy DIY project. From Elle Decor.
Arranging books by color will instantly draw eyes. From Vogue Living.
Use every inch of precious space by wrapping shelves around your fireplace. From Elle.
Does it seem like everything in your apartment is from Ikea? I know my apartment in college definitely had a Swedish bent. Well, now someone is taking it to the next level. Mark Malkoff will be living in Ikea for a week while his New York apartment is being fumigated. The folks at Ikea have agreed to allow him to live in their Paramus, New Jersey store 24 hours a day for 7 straight days. He’ll eat those surprisingly great Swedish meatballs in the cafe for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. There are showers in the back office for him to use. Customers can actually visit his makeshift apartment in Ikea (only if they take their shoes off first). And best of all, he’ll be filming himself for the duration of his stay.
Of course, media outlets have already started picking up on this story. Here are his first three entries: