Design editor Joel Bray demonstrates how to create chic shadow boxes using memorabilia and collectibles and inexpensive Ikea frames. Try this easy project this weekend!
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In This Episode
Learn how Colette van den Thillart, creative director of London’s NH Design, added warm, European touches to a classic Ontario cottage without losing its rustic country charm. Barn boards and crockery lamps work beautifully with Windsor chairs, antiques and pretty designer fabrics. Joel Bray demonstrates how to make chic shadow boxes using memorabilia and collectibles and inexpensive IKEA frames. Plus, design editor Cameron MacNeil gives a small, traditional living room a sophisticated makeover thanks to painted-out millwork, smaller and more narrow furniture in modern velvet and mohair fabrics and smart chairs that work together or apart.
Ribba frames, Ikea
Objects (lighter weight)
Gorilla glue or glue gun 3M Command Strips (double-sided tape)