Here’s an excellent idea for an around-the-world party or a food tasting fiesta: turn basic yard stakes into direction signs by marking them with pens or markers and adding color with paint. Attach them to one another using fabric scraps or rope; then hang on the wall or suspend above the table with twine and clothes pins.
Clever lighting and playful signage-as-wall-art make this offbeat dining room from designer Karen Arendesen the perfect place for entertaining. The varied shades of wood in the table top make for a bold visual while the wood and warm tones soften the room's overall feel.
Create one-of-a-kind signage for your new home with this interactive guest sign-in using basic chipboard letters and acrylic paint. You'll need the following materials for this project: chipboard alphabet letters, acrylic paint, 2-inch paint brush, foam paint brush, roll of contractor paper, velcro, 1 black permanent marker for each letter and a hair dryer.
Ornate decorative moldings adorn the walls and ceiling and are complemented with black paint and gold accents. The ceiling is a standout feature which consists of multiple elevations of diamond-shapes designed to draw the eye to the center of the ceiling where an oversized brass chandelier resides. A crescent-shaped macaron bar adds visual interest and additional counter space. The back wall features handsome antique mirrors to serve as the backdrop to the Macaron by Patisse signage embellished with brass-trimmed shelves designed for additional storage and showcasing macaron towers.