Pop texture and color into any spot in the bedroom with an arrangement of bottle brush trees. These come in a wide assortment of colors and sizes. Consider using the same ones in repetition for a modern look, or gather different colors over the years for a more collected, traditional look.
Made with animal hairs, these paint brushes are used for applying oil base paints, varnishes, shellac, polyurethane and other oil base finishes. The natural "flagging" (splitting or fuzzy tips) of these brushes creates split ends in the bristles that hold more paint and helps assure a smooth paint release and finish.
With a fun, "bright pastel” theme for her holiday decor, Amy Weir of Delineate Your Dwelling got to work making mini bottle-brush trees into a magical holiday centerpiece!
“I believe you can incorporate the colors that make you most happy into all seasons, so I created the glitter trees in non-traditional colors for my holiday table,” Weir says. Stacked on a cake stand and detailed with fresh wood discs and jingle bells, these little trees are a big hit on the holiday scene.
This soft blue master bathroom features a rectangular, freestanding bathtub positioned in front of two windows, allowing natural light to flood the space. Brushed nickel fixtures are used in the bathtub, while a metal storage shelf is positioned nearby, providing a spot for stowing towels.
This modern stairway is a true work of art. Wire-brushed oak floors and stairs are set against the glass railings. Recessed lighting highlights the details of this space, including the contemporary artwork.
A large white sink basin allows the water to trickle from the brushed nickel faucet without splashing everywhere. A matching brushed nickel towel holder is conveniently mounted beside the sink to keep the space clean.
The neutral color palette extends into the bathroom; however, the darker colors that bathe this space create a more masculine room. Brushed gold features were added to the space to give it a touch of elegance, while still maintaining its masculinity.