I'm currently rocking an IKEA hamper that was about $7. It's plastic. It bends too easily. And it's been replaced twice. Either we are too rough with our laundry or we need something a little more sturdy! This DIY hamper looks like the answer to my laundry problems!
This month, we've been sharing tons of office and workspace inspiration with everything from awesome DIY projects to makeovers to incredible spaces. Of course, no office is complete without a few fun and functional accessories! Here are 20 office products we love. Continue Reading
It might look like a book, but if you tried to read it, you'd be disappointed. That's because it's really a piece of multifunctional furniture. Bookniture is 'advanced honeycomb paper structure[s]' that open up to create extra seating (they hold up to 375lbs) , end tables, coffee tables, andContinue Reading
In all my years of making, I never considered building my own shelving before. I always thought the process would be more than I wanted, or worse case scenario, it would collapse all together. That was of course until saw this awesome tutorial by Dream Green DIY. As it turns out, if you can hang something level (if you can't they make tools for this), you can totally make this project!
What a wonderful solution to man's mug-displaying problems! Not only does this save you precious (and usually limited!) cupboard space, but it creates a piece of wall art that is a definite conversation piece! This is just a portion of the photo, but you gotta see what the whole installation looks like!
I don't know about you, but I can always use more storage containers! If this sounds like your situation, check out this easy and colorful DIY container idea. Continue Reading
Offices tend to have a lot of stuff. That's just a fact of life. But that doesn't mean your workspace can't look just as pretty as the rest of the rooms in your house. Click through to see what this one looks like after - and to see six other amazing makeovers. You won't believe your eyes!
A perfect example of not judging a book by its cover, or, in this case, a house by its exterior, is this Beverly Hills, CA cottage. The owner had it built across the street from his home as an 'architectural folly.' (We should all be so lucky.) The construction was inspired by none other than the Gamble House by Greene and Greene. As farContinue Reading
Ah, yes. The ubiquitous new-construction, builder-grade kitchen. It's pretty much the same in every suburb across the country, which is why the homeowners decided to do something a bit out of the ordinary. Continue Reading