See how this $19.50 dining set, from Goodwill, was transformed into a sleek mid century gem. Hint: Bye bye bulky tabletop.
I feel like I've been hunting for the perfect affordable clock for ages. Perhaps that's a bit dramatic, but it hasn't been an easy task. In a late night pinning session, I stumbled across this beautiful spotty wall clock and, lo and behold, it's a DIY!Continue Reading
If you're having a superbowl party this Sunday, then you're probably planning for large amounts of food. Super bowl parties are known for the food. As it should be!!! Cut down on the amount of plates by organizing your charcuterie with this colorful Bento box cheeseboard!
Did you know you can make potato chips in your microwave oven? Or re-moisten stale bread? These and 14 other clever microwave hacks will surely make your life easier. The big one for me is using the 'wave to aid in theContinue Reading
We're gearing up to embark on a bedroom makeover here at 29th Avenue and, naturally, I've been searching the internet for inspiration. During my browsing sessions, I've come across quite a few amazing makeovers, but these 6 bedroom re-dos are too good just to keep to myself! Check 'em out below and let me know which is your fave. Continue Reading
I always imagine actors' trailers to be beautiful inside. Well-designed and luxurious. Well this one certainly isn't either of those things. But just wait until you see the dramatic makeover. Click through to see the new space and to find out who the trailer belongs to.
During the last year, our sun room has slowly morphed into the room that holds all our kids' stuff. Toys, books, artwork, and other moppet accoutrements grace every surface of the room; the reality of living with active children. A leopard can't change its spots, and because we love this nook, we decided to swap out some of the artwork and create an accent wall that was a little more playful. Continue Reading
Basket weaving is one of the oldest and most common crafts throughout history (fun fact: the oldest baskets ever found are between 10,000 and 12,000 years old -- crazy, right?). Now, in Internet Bloggy Land, they're used more for decor than hauling life-sustaining items, but that doesn't mean the art of basket weaving should be left by the wayside! Continue Reading