I have an an obsession with interior design books and magazines. There are stacks of them all over my house. I wanted to make a simple magazine holder for the ones I'm currently reading to keep them easily accessible. Read on to see my leather magazine holder tutorial!
You know the feeling... everyone you know seems to be off traveling the world, while you're stuck at home thanks to time or budget restraints. Don't panic - because you can create your own worldly space right in your own home. Check out these ten incredible rooms that are sure to soothe your wanderlust and inspire you to add some unique mementos to your home.
I was at the airport the other day waiting for my bag to come out of the carousel and after what seemed like ages, I finally spied my little black suitcase. Just as I was going to grab it, someone else picked it up.
My first thought was a territorial 'get your hands off my bag!' (don't worry, I didn't say it out loud. And really, why I was being so protective of my dirty laundry is beyond me).
My second thought (after I'd hurriedly retrieved my bag) was a silent admission that my black wheeled case looked just like every other black wheeled case circling around that carousel.
It's summer time and some of you might be getting your kid ready to go to summer camp. A little-known fact about me: before working with renovations and real estate, I worked at a summer camp ... for over a decade! Random right? This summer my eight-year old is going to that same camp, and I'm excitedly getting him ready. As I was packing I thought I'd share some tips I use to pack up my kiddo, based on my experiences working at camp.
I've always loved to travel, and I've started to hone my packing skills over the years. So now I have a list of items that I wouldn't dare leave home without. And I'm sharing them with you today! Keep reading to check 'em out.
Recently Stacy made over her friend Taralyn's laundry room, and the results are nothing less than dramatic. The room, or rather, passageway, as it is just off the garage and functions as an entry of sorts to the rest of the home, was well-defined as "builder grade." After its makeover, the
Room makeovers are my bread and butter. On Curbly, we feature lots of DIYs and small projects, but the most satisfying work Bruno and I do are makeovers. And – if I can just run with the bread and butter analogy – I will add that the jam to the room makeover is the styling, staging, and photographing of the space. With that, my friends, comes the need for accessories.
It occurred to me...
I've seen several options for boot trays, but this one looks easy to make from start to finish! And the final touch with rocks is a great way to clean off your heels before walking through that door! Check it out!
I think we can all agree that Father's Day wouldn't be Father's Day without us sneaking in a good dad joke or two. After all, we can't let our dads have all the 'pun' now can we? (haha, see what I did there?).
For those of you who are fans of HGTV's hit show Fixer Upper, you're going to want to see this incredible makeover. This was the kitchen from their "Beanstalk Bungalow" project... before. Just wait until you see what it looks like now.