I love dreamcatchers, but I've never included one in our decor because I've always felt it would look out of place. However, Molly's modern take on the subject has made me reconsider what dreamcatchers can look
While I love the traditional evergreen boxwood look as much as the next person, I've been itching to try my hand at making a more minimal version of the holiday wreath. I've seen a few around lately and they're just so elegant, plus they're super simple to DIY. Want to know how? Read on for all the details!
Karin wanted a Restoration Hardware look on a dime. Although this makeover cost a bit over that ($120 to be exact), she certainly saved a boatload getting the look she wanted. It started with a TARVA 5-drawer chest
Everybody loves to have a pretty centerpiece on the table, but who has the time to create a whole new centerpiece for every single season and every single holiday? I know I certainly don't, which is why I came up with this solution - a beautiful gilded arrangement that only uses long-lasting elements that won't die or rot within a week - such as faux flowers, succulent plants and uncarved pumpkins. Read on to check out the surprisingly chic final product.
Need a weekend project to try? Make a minimal wood shelf for hanging keys, collecting mail, etc. This DIY idea couldn't get any easier and it's a practical project to boot, which I love. click through to find out how to make your own.
It's almost time to set the table for the big day! Whether you do it grand or keep things minimal, try one of these easy-to-make table runners that are sure to wow your guests on Thanksgiving day!
One of my favourite things about the festive season is the lead up to the big day; there’s so much anticipation and excitement surrounding the countdown to Christmas. This is why advent calendars are right up my alley and this year I finally got around to hand-making one, which is something I’ve been wanting to do for a long time. Best of all, being a printable calendar, it’s easy to set one up for your own holiday celebrations - click through to see how!
Every year, right around the holidays, I go into a (brief) panic about what kind of gift to buy or DIY for my husband, brother, dad, etc. I love making gifts for them whenever I can, but it can be difficult to come up with a super awesome DIY idea that men will actually like / want to use. So, I'm starting the hunt for ideas early this year and am sharing my favorite DIY gifts for men for the holidays. Here are 14 awesome DIY gift ideas for men this holiday season.
Creating a tablescape for the holidays that you actually love can be really simple. For me, the trick is all in the centerpiece because it's really where everyones eyes are surely going to meet. I created this Scandinavian-inspired piece using affordable and attainable elements that works equally well for both Thanksgiving, Christmas, and all the winter holidays.
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How does Santa get inside homes without a chimney? He uses a magic key, of course.* But where do you hang Christmas stockings if you don't have a fireplace/mantel? Just about anywhere, but these 12 clever ideas are
Maybe its my love of the outdoors or maybe its my love of vintage, but I love a good lantern. I have always been drawn to these at flea markets and antique stores and they are a great way to add a little vintage to your decor. Here is how you can turn a vintage (or new) kerosene lamp into a lamp.
Dig through your tool box and get ready for the weekend with these 7 DIY project ideas that will keep you busy. As usual, there are plenty of fun do-it-yoruself options, but I'm especially partial to those industrial shelves and a painted planter DIY. Click through to see all 7 weekend project ideas.
This holiday season, I'm all about the handmade gifts. And we mustn't forget our furry friends. They need presents, too! We've rounded up 16 fun & colorful gifts for pets that you can lovingly make yourself!
Remember those beaded curtains from the 60s and 70s? Well, they're not for everyone, but this more minimal DIY version might be the right fit for an adventurous and playful decorator. Is that you? Check out this tutorial.
This winter, I'm sticking to my two neutrals: black and white. But, I want touches of glitter and natural elements added to the mix! As much as I love to go out and shop for new holiday decor, it's always nice to come up with ways to create those pieces in the comfort of your own home.