It's always nice to bring a personal touch to your table top during the holidays. Whether it's handmade centerpieces, tableclothes or in this case, faceted wood place card holders! I also love the idea of my guests seeing their names on the table - it insantly sends a warm welcome.
Marble is definitely the creme de la creme when it comes to countertops. But it can also break the bank when it comes to designing your kitchen or bathroom to include it. After seeing this amazing tutorial to paint MDF to look like marble, yes, PAINT it, (for $30!!!) I'm totally convinced that this is the way around the financial sacrifice. And it looks amazingly realistic that you might be able to fool even the most experienced of marble lovers.
In this 1950s ranch style home you walk in from the garage straight into the laundry room. Inside the laundry room is a walk in coat/storage closet. The owner before had used it as a pantry/coat closet. Besides being outdated, this closet had a few identity problems.
December is right around the corner, which means that the gift-giving season is almost upon us. While it can be overwhelming, it doesn't have to be - because we're here to help! Today I'm sharing ten of the most well-received items I've ever given as gifts.
I love dreamcatchers, but I've never included one in our decor because I've always felt it would look out of place. However, Molly's modern take on the subject has made me reconsider what dreamcatchers can look
While I love the traditional evergreen boxwood look as much as the next person, I've been itching to try my hand at making a more minimal version of the holiday wreath. I've seen a few around lately and they're just so elegant, plus they're super simple to DIY. Want to know how? Read on for all the details!
Hey, are you even reading this? A huge number of our readers probably aren't, because most of you come here from Google or Pinterest searching for one specific thing, and then leave. That's exactly what we're trying to change with this redesign. We're re-branding Curbly in hopes of making it a place you trust to inspire and teach you, every day.
When Curbly launched, nine years ago, these things didn't exist: iPhones, Pinterest, self-driving cars, and my two children. Curbly was meant to be a social network for people who were into design, decor, and home improvement. And while our mission, "Love Where You Live", hasn't changed, just about everything else has.
Karin wanted a Restoration Hardware look on a dime. Although this makeover cost a bit over that ($120 to be exact), she certainly saved a boatload getting the look she wanted. It started with a TARVA 5-drawer chest
Everybody loves to have a pretty centerpiece on the table, but who has the time to create a whole new centerpiece for every single season and every single holiday? I know I certainly don't, which is why I came up with this solution - a beautiful gilded arrangement that only uses long-lasting elements that won't die or rot within a week - such as faux flowers, succulent plants and uncarved pumpkins. Read on to check out the surprisingly chic final product.
Need a weekend project to try? Make a minimal wood shelf for hanging keys, collecting mail, etc. This DIY idea couldn't get any easier and it's a practical project to boot, which I love. click through to find out how to make your own.