String lights are my favorite things to make anything magical. This DIY project adds a little Valentine's flare to the common discount store light using ping pong balls. Whether you string these up in your home or use them as a centerpiece on your table, these string lights might be the easiest, and loveliest, DIY you'll ever do.
Marble is hot these days. And not just on countertops. The super chic material is being used in all kinds of DIY projects. And this one might be my favorite. Click through to check out the this gorgeous (and easy!) marble slab clock.
It's no secret that simply swapping out the hardware on dressers, desks, and other furniture can give it a whole new look. These easy leather pulls are a quick to make and the result is stunning!
Have a tight space that desperately needs a table? Try this space-saving DIY idea that involves the above supplies.
If you are in the mood to get your desk area a little organized, here is a roundup of some simple desktop storage DIYs out there.
I can't get enough of Ikea hacks lately. And I'm hoping you feel the same way, because this bedframe turned couch project has weekend project written all over it. I know it's not Friday yet, but this one is definitely worth bookmarking now. Click through to see the before and after makeover.
The girls from Treasures & Travels devised a plan for hacking off the...
The Marius Stool from IKEA is a functional, affordable piece - but it's not all that pretty. Utilitarian might be the word that comes to mind. Which means that it is perfect for a hack. Keep reading to find out how to transform your Marius into a plant stand with a bit of rustic flair.
I have a tiny galley kitchen that will one day be fully renovated. I know you are wondering why I want to renovate it? There is much to love here with the yellow rounded countetop, the little desk area, the hard to clean textured vinyl floor, and multi-colored brick. Here is the deal...we are planning to renovate the kitchen from top to bottom in about three years. I had no shame in living with a 70's kitchen until then, but I only have three upper cabinets and three lower cabinets (not including the sink cabinet). I needed storage. And the cheapest place to gain some storage was right here on this wall.
Chris Heider, the handy dad behind the very popular YouTube video showing how he made a platform bed with storage using IKEA kitchen cabinets is at it again. This time he shows us how to use Billy and Brimnes Bookcases, which cost $49.99 and $119.00 respectively, to make a very cool "bed bridge"
It's that time of the year... when everyone is talking about how to curb the clutter. But it's also the time of year when budgets are tight. So why not make your own storage containers to save a few bucks? Here are ten of our favorite DIY baskets, bins and boxes to help you get organized.
If there's one thing that's better than scoring extra storage, it's creating said storage out of unused items you have lying about the house! And lucky for us, there are plenty of great tutorials online for repurposing old items and turning them into something that's not only functional, but also looks a million dollars. Click through for my favourites!
I spotted this DIY project and thought, "how simple and awesome is that?". A great little touch to add to the bathroom accessories and this one is practical AND pretty!
Please don't open my kitchen cabinets when you come over to my house. With all the cooking that happens in the Holiday season I was constantly reminded how my cabinets need an overhaul. Here are some of the DIY kitchen cabinet organizers that I have been thinking about trying in my kitchen.
January is always an awkward time for home decor. The holidays are over, and your home feels so empty without all the festive decorations. Well, there's an easy solution - fill those empty gaps with winter themed decor. Don't worry, it's super simple to make the transition. Here are ten of our favorite ideas.
These DIY party poppers are the perfect way to ring in the new year. Especially for the kiddos who like to get in on the festivities as well. Stephanie made them using toilet paper rolls, but I'm thinking
Light fixtures are my favorite things to update in a space. The only problem is that they can be so expensive. Light fixture DIY can be intimidating but it is becoming so common that stores like Lowes and Home Depot are helping out more and more with great parts and foundational fixtures to get people started. A simaliar store-bought version of this fixture is pricey but check out how this DIY version is not that hard and very affordable.
Upholstery has always been intimidating to me. I love the look of tufted furniture, but I always expect DIY upholstery to be one of those long, frustrating projects that takes weeks to complete. So I was pleasantly surprised when I finished this IKEA bench in under two hours with minimal annoyance! Read on to find out the trick.
If you're like me, now that the holidays are over you have leftover wrapping paper everywhere. Whether you have used paper that you'd like to reuse, or just scraps that you don't want to save until next year - there are plenty of alternative ways to reuse it. Read on for ten clever ideas.
The IKEA Moppe series of drawers are plain and utilitarian, made of raw wood... almost inviting hacks and projects. But this particular hack transforms it drastically into a glamorous black quilted Coco Chanel-inspired set of drawers. Click though to check out the fabulous final piece.
Becky Lamb gets it: no matter what some people may say, crafting stuff out of wood pallets will continue to be popular. Her love of the humble shipping staple started a long time ago with a DIY shelf. Her love affair has culminated into a complete book packed with 25+ rustic projects using them, and they just might be the inspiration you need to finally start making stuff out of those pallets you've...