Do people buy tablecloths anymore? Everywhere I turn, there's a new way to update an old or plain one. And this graphic print is stunning for sure! And was created with something you have in the kitchen!
It's time to start thinking about gifts for deal old Dad! You can buy, or you can DIY! I think you should focus on the latter right now and here are 19 gifts you can make for pops this year!
I've been noticing a rise in the marbling projects online. And I'm on board with it. It looks easy enough to do and really adds a little oomph to any plain piece of decor!
I've seen foam sheets used for all sorts of things, but making these foam bowls has to be one of the most creative. They're the perfect colorful addition to keep your desk organized and neat! There's even a boat-shaped one that is just calling my name!
Neon is still around, my friends. And it's still on trend! These fun neon mosaic trivets are kind of a genius idea!
Welcome summer with one of these colorful DIY doormat projects! Your porch will thank you!
If there was ever a time to break out your childhood crafting skills, it's now. These trinket dishes are fun, colorful, and anything but childish!
I love a good tabletop. In another life, I would have liked to have been a place settings designer. If you're into awesome tabletop decor too, here are 14 projects to help you entertain this summer!
I'm on a bit of a citrus kick. And a color kick. And I obsess over and collect tea towels. So when you combine those three things, only magic can happen. And that's just what these tea towels are. So cheery, bright, and perfect to display in any kitchen!
If you're searching for the perfect handmade (and last minute!) gift for mom, this is it. I'd want these beautiful bowls as a gift even if it weren't Mother's Day! Bonus: the kids can help!
This month, we've been scouring the web looking for budget decor projects. From furniture to wall art, I've tried to do my research. And I realized this project falls right into the theme! You just need a bunch of old jewelry to do it!
Because I'm a parent, I'm always searching the web for ways to decorate in a family-friendly, but still aesthetically pleasing way. And it's tough out there! This idea is one that I can get on board with and is a great way to please the designer in us all!
Shopping for window treatments is tough. Sometimes, you can't always find what you're looking for. Why not try a DIY version? Here are 12 simple, but statement-making, curtains and other treatments to try!
I love air dry clay and the endless possibilities it gives. You can make just about anything! And while painting it is always fun, leaving it simple and white is my favorite option. These torn clay vases are easier (and cheaper!) to make than you would believe!
There are tons of ways to update a set of stairs. There's paint, wood stain, carpet, and my new favorite, strips of fabric! Check out the finished product for this stairwell makeover!
Hairpin legs have really crept up the trend ladder these last two years. I love them myself. They're an excellent way to dip your toes into mid-century modern design without giving in fully to the look. This coffee table is a great DIY project for someone wanting to give hairpin legs a try!
You don't need to spend an arm and a leg for fancy art. And if you go the DIY route, you don't need to spend a ridiculous amount of time or effort. These botanical prints look like they couldn't be easier to make!
I'm currently searching for window treatments for our new house and stumbled upon this genius way to hang curtains! Those aren't regular rods, my friends!
You've most likely seen hanging pendant lights around the web for a while. I love the look, but can't find the right cord to match. This wooden bead pendant is so perfect for any room and you have to see why!
I don't know about you, but I'll take all the help I can get in the organization department. And the refrigerator seemed like the perfect place for an organizational hub - the kitchen is where people tend to congregate, so it's the most logical place to keep lists, cards, etc. Click through to check out my full tutorial.