After seeing this simple tutorial, I have a feeling I will make a billion copper mirrors to go in every vanity in my household. And maybe a few gifts for family and friends! The end result is gorgeous and you only need three things to make it!
This apron can go from the kitchen to the garden and everywhere in between. Chloe assures us that it only takes 30 minutes to whip up, and because it's made of simple ticking fabric, it costs a fraction of the price
While I like to dream about becoming a skilled gardener someday, the reality is I have a terrible brown thumb and I kill most plants I touch. I think a lot of my garden woes have to do with inattentiveness though - I forget to water my leafy friends, fertilise them, or do anything that might come close to caring for them. Terrible right?
As warmer weather (hopefully) approaches, it's time to start thinking about the vegetable garden, if you're planning to have one. And as an avid DIY'er, of course I think about things like plant markers first! So I thought I'd share a few of my favorite garden marker DIY projects that have been floating around the internet lately.
I believe in color and pattern in the home. From pillows to throws to curtains and even the napkins on the table, patterns are important! I've rounded up 20 items of beautiful decor from my favorite shops ranging from the cheapest at $20 to the most expensive (a rug!) under $400!!! Check them out!
Our friends over at Dremel Weekends feature this absolutely lovely trio of uplights made of PVC. They look great with white interiors, but I'm wondering what they might've looked like sprayed on the inside, perhaps with something metallic like gold.
Besides the PVC pipe and a roto tool and bits (preferably Dremel, of course), other things we'll need to make them include spotlights, clamps...
It's a fact that art just makes a space feel cozier. You can bring a bit of your personality and flair to your home by just putting up some prints on the walls. I LOVE having art all over our house, but don't always have the dollar bills to fund my obsession. But there are some shortcuts! I've rounded up 10 cool online shops to buy prints from designers, artists, photographers, and more that range from the cheap, cheap (think $17!) to tastefully affordable ($225)! Check them out below!
I love the look of white trim and bamboo roman shades, but the problem is my window sizes are anything but standard. Custom bamboo roman shades are expensive, but the store-bought version can actually be affordable window treatments. The problem is getting them to work for those of us who have non-standard window sizes. The obvious solution is to cut them, but when you inquire about that possibility, you'll hear every reason why you shouldn't. But, guess what? I am here to tell you it is possible to cut store-bought bamboo roman shades to fit your windows perfectly. Read on to find our how!
The IKEA Rast dresser is one of those raw pieces that has so much potential, but really needs a little something to look good. Like, for example, a set of long, horizontal leather and wood handles! Keep reading to find out how to transform your Rast into a gorgeous show stopper that everyone is sure to love.
I've been looking to do a bit of work on my garden lately - it's one of the areas of our house that gets largely neglected with weeds and trees running rampant everywhere (shh, don't tell anyone; we don't even have any garden furniture!).
And since I started researching garden DIYs, I noticed there were a lot of really clever ways to repurpose old unwanted items and give them new life as planters, furniture or general garden decoration. Curious to know more? See below for some of my top picks!