B. Organic

I was lazily flipping through TV channels a few months back when I was SOOOO happy that I stumbled onto a show called B. organic. I am sure the rest of the world has been watching Michelle and her cool projects using re-claimed supplies for ages now (besides seeing her in mags like DIY), but I am just newly smitten. Some of the ideas are a little rustic for our decor but I really appreciate the creativity she so obviously has.

Recently I decided to check out the website and was happy to see Michelle also writes a blog filled with even more intriguing ideas…. wood tiled floors, garage door ceilings, building reclaimed cabinets… the list is ever growing and I am convinced this girl must never sleep!

Doesn’t it looks amazing?? I can imagine how painstaking all those cuts must have been but the effect is well worth it!



A different pattern of wood tile that Michelle refers to as “cobblewood”

Personally, I LOVE this idea!! The chippy paint of the garage door ceiling is so beautiful and the ridges almost resemble wainscotting.

If you haven’t enjoyed an episode of B. organic you need to find out when it is on (on PBS) or check out Michelle’s blog! You will leave with oodles and oodles of inspiration.

B. Organic

12 thoughts on “B. Organic

  1. She used to have a different show, I think it was called B. Creative or Original or something. I loved it and watched every episode until it became 100% repeats! I never heard of B. Organic but it's clearly the same girl. I will have to check it out, she does some really out there things but a lot of really great projects too! Thanks for mentioning it!

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  2. I love this idea. I saw the idea in This Old House magazine a while ago.

    I have been thinking it would be a really cool take on a subway tile back splash in a kitchen…. Possibly white washed… What do you think?

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