April 25, 2014

Fort What It's Worth: Texas Blogger Pumps Up PANYL

The best compliments are the ones you don't see coming. And this morning we stumbled on a post full of 'em.

Fort Worth blogger Mid2Mod (Dana to those who frequent her site), discovered PANYL through a giveaway we did with Dans Le Townhouse a while back. And she took all of the benefits of PANYL to heart…even though she hasn't tried us out yet!

She wants endless choices, ease of use, and...

April 23, 2014

Patterns Give Your EXPEDIT New Life!

When IKEA revealed that it was retiring EXPEDIT, the world's most ubiquitous bookcase, the design community erupted into a blog post frenzy. What would we do without the icon of affordable storage?

We'd innovate, that's what. At PANYL, we had already prepared for the EXPEDocalypse, rolling out patterned finishes for the killer Swedish cubbies. With our dots, diagonals, chevrons and must-see Moroccans to choose from, the life of your...

April 21, 2014

Wood-Trimmed Changing Table Hack with Room on the Walls

Over on Dress This Nest, Yvonne is getting all rustic with her EXPEDIT changing table hack.

It's a lovely, straightforward solution to the recently discontinued, plain white storage unit. Check out her basic instructions (which she calls a "copycat" from Young House Love):

1. I don’t have a Kreg jig, so instead of joining the wood panels, I just nailed them all individually to the bookcase.

2. I used the pre-stain wood...

April 02, 2014

Painting Your Furniture is a Good Way to Give a Room New Life. But So is PANYLing It.

A recent Apartment Therapy post features some of the better painted furniture upgrades the Internet has to offer.  The brightly colored pieces are great solutions for situations where walls cannot be altered.  Instead of living in color purgatory, the folks taking these design steps have boosted their quarters by changing what they can.

So we took a look at three of the featured images and found alternatives from the PANYL store so that, if...

March 28, 2014

Hey, Sugar: Coffee Stirrer Keychains

Something as ordinary and disposable as a coffee stirrer is not what one would typically expect as the foundation for a beautiful DIY project. But that is just what Jamie Costiglio implemented for her lovely keychain 'hack' on Pretty Handy Girl.  

As she explains, the Coffee Stirrer Keychain is a perfect party favor or small gift since it's highly customizable (to the giftee's liking) and can fit into the scheme of any situation or...

March 21, 2014

EXPEDIT ZOMBIES vs KALLAX ALIENS

When IKEA revealed that it was retiring the world's most ubiquitous bookcase, the web erupted in EXPLIDITIVES.  “What a KALLAXAMITY!”, they typed in all caps.  Alas, the situation is not nearly as bad as we feared now that, in truly EXPIDITIOUS fashion, the KALLAX has landed! 

Yesterday’s routine IKEA run was met with a curious situation in Aisle 1 of the...

March 19, 2014

Today in Yes: Minimalist Fauxdenza Hack

One, two, three, faux.

Faux fur.  Faux hawk.  Fauxdenza.

That's right, another awesome mid-century credenza-ish hack has appeared online (we spotted it over at Apartment Therapy), that will help you organize or store stuff in style. This is the perfect hack for an entryway or home office, requiring minimal work and a minimum budget.

And we don't need to tell you PANYL could easily play here. Custom-cut PANYL patterns or solids, no matter the...

March 17, 2014

IKEA PS2014 Collection: From Small-Space to the "Dream of a Beautiful, Functional Home"

By itself it is a cute addition to a child's room.  With a bit of vision it can become almost anything. 

IKEA has unveiled its new PS collection, a hacker- and designer-friendly combination of furniture and accessories stretching the spectrum from basic to avant-garde.  The new line, which sports a teaser video (below), features 40 pieces and was in planning for nearly five years.  PS 2014 is aimed at young, urban shoppers and focuses...

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