Somerset Home Autumn 2015 - Stampington & Company

Somerset Home Autumn 2015

Somerset Home is back with even more beautiful and elegant handcrafted projects to beautify your home. Make simple modifications with this issue’s step-by-step activities for changing up your home before the holidays. Transform an old dress form into a chic and creative way to display jewelry, pins, and brooches. Annie Sloan, one of Britain’s most influential designers, shows us several ways to transform furniture with her line of chalk paints. Make a ravishing light fixture with a few Mason jars and a wooden planter, and learn how to make bunting with common materials that will look beautiful in your home, especially during the holidays.

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Featured Techniques:

  • Image transfers onto upcycled/salvaged wood
  • Interior design and painting tips to create your own home
  • Decoupage tissue paper onto kitchenware
  • Creating a light fixture with upcycled/salvaged materials
  • Making bunting from upcycled doilies
  • Several ways to use and display painted sacks/bags
  • Sewing iPhone docking station
  • Stamping, sewing, painting, and creating vintage-inspired and contemporary place settings

In Every Issue:

  • Letter from the Editor
  • Furniture Transformations
  • Looking In
  • Gallery

Featured Artists:

  • Ashlee Park
  • Abby Bastedo
  • Bre Bertolini
  • Tina Schiefer
  • Johanna Love
  • Cynthia Jerred
  • Michelle E. Black
  • Rob Lewbel
  • Diane Utley-Aguilar
  • Darlene Maciuba-Koppel
  • Vanessa Spencer
  • Niki Meiners
  • Yukiko Daywalt
  • Annie Sloan
  • Sofia Tryon
  • Devon Warren
  • Colette Copeland
  • Heather Miller
  • Eiginta Tarasevich
  • Roni Berg
  • Rachael Gander
  • Kristine Franklin
  • Rita Reade


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