This month at Curbly we've been looking at different furniture and décor styles - so today we're going to check out some lovely rustic furniture pieces that you can make yourself. Keep reading to check out ten of our favorites!
It's day three of my whirlwind adventures in guest blogging here on Curbly. Today, it's all in the details...of home decor, that is. Sometimes in DIY home accents, it isn't about the big, striking pieces. Often, it's the lovely, custom details that add up to make a space. Like these DIY coasters. They can be any color, and the watercolor effect is both elegant and whimsical.
If you're a fan of IKEA, you've no doubt come across both the Marius Stool and the Lack Wall Shelf. Well today I'm going to show you how to create a super fun end table using Marius legs and two Lack shelves. Read on to check out the très chic final piece.
If you're into this whole yarn wall hanging craze that has taken the internet by storm, but you're not quite sure where to start... this is the place. It is one of those DIYs that is so easy that you'll wonder why you didn't think of it. Well, Gabriela did. Keep reading to check out her project.
Need a new headboard? Then you'll want to check out these 5 clever ideas to add to your Pinterest board. There's something for every style
When it comes to plants, there is a common stigma that they are hard to care for and that you need a super green thumb in order to have them in your home or outdoor space. The truth is, there are all kinds of sizes and species to suit your schedule and needs so that caring for them comes as natural as possible. And this vertical planter (made from a SHOE ORGANIZER!) is a genius way to keep your plants all in one place so that you have...
What is it about gold that just makes things better? It's amazing what a bit of metallic paint can do. So today we're sharing ten gorgeous, glamorous gilded DIYs for your office or workspace. Keep reading to check 'em out.
We have about 10 rugs in our home at the moment. Those are the ones on display. And then I have a handful that I can't part with, but they don't go with our style in our new place. They're just collecting dust in storage so I thought I'd research ways to incorporate them into our pad in some way before getting rid of them! Here are 10 things you can and should try before parting ways with your old rugs!
This is the season of outdoor parties, barbecues and get-togethers... but it's also bug season. Don't let them get you down though! Here are ten clever ways to DIY your way to bug-free entertaining.
Today, we're adding 10 more dining tables you can build yourself to our original 5, which you can see here. In this roundup, we're covering a variety of styles and DIY capabilities. (Although it might help to have a certain amount of DIY temerity to fabricate the last one
A large empty wall can be pricey to decorate. Here are 10 ways canvas drop cloth can be used to decorate a large space.
(Don't tell Chris, but I've determined this week to be "succulent" week here on Curbly.) Yesterday I highlighted a very cool DIY watercolor cactus wall art project. Today we're checking out Rebecca's clever re-use of a gumball machine, which she turned into a succulent planter. She found the gumball machine
The RAST dresser is one of those basic, unfinished pieces of furniture from IKEA that just begs to be redone. So there are a lot of RAST hacks out there. But every now and then I run across a super inventive one... like the one I'm sharing with you today. Click through to check it out.
Bar carts are super trendy right now, but they can also be super expensive. If you're looking for a cheap and minimal option, this easy DIY is definitely for you. And who doesn't like taking pre-existing pieces and transforming them into something new? Simply turn an outdated and bland TV tray into a minimalistic bar cart!
I love the look of woven wall hangings. They're on trend, but there are a million and one looks, so they're all different! I actually tried my hand at weaving two summers ago, but I'm ashamed to admit that the yarn is still on the loom, and my project was never complete. However, this genius hack can help you create your own woven wall hanging in an afternoon! You won't believe it!
I love the fourth of July just as much as the next girl, but I'm not the biggest fan of cheesy, literal decorations and DIYs - I prefer a more subtle look for my Independence Day celebrations. And I'm guessing I'm not alone, right?! Here are ten of my favorite understated, less traditional patriotic DIY ideas for the upcoming holiday.
I'm a big collector of costume jewelry, so I'm always trying to find great ways to store it. A while back, I did this project so I have plenty of space for my necklaces and most of my dangly earrings. But I was still left wondering where to put all of my stud earrings, bracelets and other accessories. Until now. Keep reading to check out my incredibly easy, functional solution.
It's a common problem... you get back from a big trip with a ton of gorgeous photos, but you don't know what to do them. Well, there's good news - there are lots of things you can do with them! Here are ten of our favorite ways to use those travel photos once you get home.
So psyched to be able to share the first of two projects from my recently released book, MASON JAR NATION (Cool Springs Press, 2016)! This DIY hanging air plant (tillandsia) planter is found in the "Crafts" section of the book and it's one of my favorites. (Although, to be honest, there are a lot of favorites in the book--as it should be, otherwise they wouldn't have made it into the book!) This project ranks medium on the
Finding large-scale art for your walls can be a difficult task, and finding something affordable can be even harder. So today we're sharing ideas for creating beautiful art for big walls on a budget. Click through for ten of our favorite projects.