I recently lucked into purchasing an old butterfly chair for $20. Twenty dollars! I'm currently in the middle of making it over and was scouring the web for inspiration and found a plethora of gorgeous chairs to buy or DIY! I'm going to attempt the latter. Check out the roundup for your own inspiration below!
Have some old leaky garden hoses on hand? Grab some black zip ties and start coiling them up into a funky-cool outdoor rug. Yes, the result would probably be a heavy rug, but that also means it would stay in place! It would be a perfect companion to
We love having guests over for long weekend visits. And now that we have a guestroom, I throw out the invite to family and friends regularly! Prep your guestroom or patio with one of these gorgeous daybeds that are either made from scratch or just include simple and cheap updates!
If you've recently visited a thrift store you know there are always tons of books available. Here are ten projects that might make you want to grab a few the next time you go.
IKEA is famous for its inexpensive (and difficult to assemble) furniture, but many people aren't aware of their extensive selection of decorative items and accessories. And here's the best part - these are affordable too, and with no assembly required! Read on to check out ten of our favorite IKEA accessories under $20.
This kitchen was crowded, disorganized and just plain boring until the owners decided to do a gut renovation. And you'll barely recognize the stylish, clutter-free end result. Click through to check out the incredible transformation.
If you've ever worked with leather, you know the addiction that comes with manipulating such a sturdy and stylish material. You can sew it, tan it, and let's not forget that skill we learned back in grade school - stamping leather! These luggage tags can be made with a few tools and a few simple steps!
My memories of NYC are wonderful. Plus, I live about 1200 miles west of the city, so I have no skin in this fight, but New Yorkers certainly do. When Curbed NY asked its readers to chime in on NYC's ugliest buildings they didn't disappoint. Here are just a few that made the list. After checking these out, visit the original list to see what other buildings made the list (#10 might shock you)...
These homeowners needed closet space since their Victorian didn't have a single closet. But the solution they came up with was unexpected - they created an open closet on one wall of their bedroom! Keep reading to check out their stylish open wardrobe area.
Filing cabinets are definitely making a comeback. You can find them at garage sales, flea markets, craigslist, and all sorts of secondhand places. I am partial to the larger catalog-style cabinets that are loaded with drawer space and this makeover definitely caught my eye!