Real Simple lives up to its name with these 40 Decorating Tips for Your Living Room. From adding inexpensive punches to varying textures, everything's covered. Inspirational to be sure!
Keep Calm and Carry On. Could there be a more appropriate motivational message for our current economic climate? The people that brought that sentiment back to life have new messages to share. Here are some of my favorites.
MWT has a cold. At least we HOPE it's a cold and not that snout flu. Just to be on the safe side, as soon as the first sniffle appeared, I wiped down places I deemed 'germ-laden'. According to WebMD, my hunches were right, but I missed some! Here's a rundown of the 6 germiest places in your pad and ways to de-funkify them.
Here's a sure way to show your buds you're both a manly man AND a crafter. Hey, I'm always game for a new way to reuse a dinged up table top. Americangypsy illustrates his crafty side in an Instructable where he turns an ordinary coffee table into a colorful, patterned beer cap pub table.
Filed in the 'how clever is this?!' folder is Candy's use of an old card table as wall art. She noticed a stack of them at the side of the road. When she spotted the black and white table in the pile, she knew where it was going and what she was going to do with it. Home and on the wall!
A few weeks ago in photography class, we were talking about keeping our cameras 'safe' in inclement weather. A sly look came across my instructor's face as he reached for something out of his camera bag. As he pulled the object free he said something about it being an indispensable and cheap--if not FREE--addition our to photography equipment collections.
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When the students in my DIY Upholstery classes learn how to make covered buttons with this behemoth professional button maker, they think they've died and gone to heaven. It's amazing how this gadget can cause so much delight. See what you think;
To prove 'The best camera is the one that's with you', Chase Jarvis took all of the images included in his new book of photography with is iPhone. In it Chase writes, "Inherently, we all know that an image isn’t measured by its resolution, dynamic range, or anything technical.
Creative Department started with a rusty old tub that had been sitting out on a neighbor's porch. They gave it the squeak treatment and turned it into an illuminated table, which they call a "tubble".