Have a stool that's seen better days? Put down the paint and try this makeover idea instead!
Let's face it, most of your guests look inside your medicine cabinet, whether they admit to it or not. Would you be embarrassed if someone saw the inside of yours? Here are 8 quick and easy tips for beautifying this forgotten little space in your bathroom.
March is almost over, but spring cleaning has only just begun. I've shared DIY ways to organize your junk drawer in just five minutes and even how to organize your recycling in an attractive way. Now it's time to tackle the real mess, when it comes to organization: the closet. If you are looking for some inspiration to help you get through the re-organization of your closets and storage areas, here it is.
1. Create your...
When items get touched multiple times during a twenty-four hour period, where do...
I have a slight obsession with textiles: pillows, tea towels, rugs (especially rugs)... you name it, I love it. So when I spotted this tutorial for making your own woven rug, I got pretty excited!
One of my favorite parts about the internet is the access you have to unique and inspiring projects. Like this glass mirror! It's absolutely stunning and you won't believe what it's made from!
While you're rampaging through your spring cleaning checklist, don't forget to give your car a little TLC. Whether you're facing a mound of discarded coffee cups and drive-thru trailings or just a winter's worth of dust and dirt, here are 8 quick tips for cleaning your car's interior -- and keeping it that way!
1. Start by emptying everything out of your car: throw away garbage, bring those gym clothes inside, file...
Wine crates. They're easy to find and they can function in so many different ways. They can be used simply as storage boxes, but today I have some other ideas for you. So head to your local liquor store to grab some used crates and let's get started!
A while back the Curbly team wrote a book called Make It: Hardware Store Decor in which we offered 12 crazy cool decor how-to's using stuff we bought at hardware and big box stores. (Haven't snagged a copy, yet? Go here to get one.) If we were ever to do a book making jewelry out of hardware store finds, projects like this one would be at the very top of the list. Made of nothing but cotton butcher's twine
I used to lug around a huge bucket full of cleaning products. And rubber gloves. And a bunch of plastic brushes, scrubbers, and a roll of paper towels. All over my house.
Then, I realized I was spending an arm and a leg on store bought cleaning products, and filling my house with chemicals neither my family nor the environment needed. And that bucket was hea - vy.
So, I came up with these two...
Bold patterns aren't just for walls, as this beautiful kitchen floor makeover proves!
I always had a crush fro Charles and Ray Eames pattern: the minimal design made of several different versions is very interesting. In a way, it reminded me of a series of mobile so, I thought, why not trying to make one inspired by their work? To make one you'll need:
- wooden spheres (I chose black because I had some at home);
- black metal wire (choose one quite thick - 2mm would be better - so the weight won't blend it);
With spring right around the corner, this DIY is a great way to bring the outdoors in without taking up a whole lot of counter space.
While not the quickest mid-week dinner, this recipe is a firm favourite and requires very little babying. It's fresh, wholesome and a great way to get your family to eat their veggies.
If you think this is just too weird, let me remind you of the pie-in-a-jar idea. Chris thought that was the world's best idea. I wonder what he'll think of these?? Weird? Maybe. Tasty? You'd surely think so. (There's a Airplane reference