Stephanie from Binkies and Briefcases used the free photo editing software Picnik to recreate a Restoration Hardware inverted blueprint for less than 10% of the original cost.
Her original inspiration came from the Brooklyn Bridge Art from Restoration Hardware priced at $995.
I would say that is quite the savings and it looks gorgeous. I think this would be perfect for a man’s office. I know my husband would love it, especially if it is a blueprint of a place you have been. Beautiful job Stephanie. Go visit Binkies and Briefcases for the full tutorial.
Junker Newbie Stephanie
Sunday 6th of February 2011
Hi - this is awesome! I'm checking out images now I could use for one for my home. thanks for sharing this!
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Monday 10th of January 2011
this post is very usefull thx!
Wednesday 5th of January 2011
Thank you so much for featuring my blueprint! What an honor! I LOVE your new site. I'm adding that train shelf to my project with list!
Thursday 6th of January 2011
You are most welcome. Thanks for the submission! It is awesome.