Honestly, would you take a second look at these two dining side chairs if you came across them on CL or at the GW? If you think they looked rough on the outside, they looked even WORSE on the inside. Check
Jen fell in love the moment she first saw Restoration Hardware's wood and steel console, which is pictured above. Employing simple metal connectors used in the construction trade, Jen was able to recreate the console at a fraction of the cost. (I'm guessing here, because Jen doesn't actually mention how much the project cost, but the RH inspiration clocks in at between $1195 and
This kitchen needed some serious help. It was various shades of beige, with a bit of dated brown mixed in. It was in desperate need of some character. And boy, did it ever get it. Click through to check out the unbelievable makeover.
We see a lot of DIY art in the Curbly neighborhood. Usually they're projects to hang on the wall. In that respect, this DIY wall jewelry idea fits the description, but where it diverts from most is that it could be described as hanging sculpture. And, yes, it does
Winter always seems to be synonoymous with white, in my mind (even despite our lack of snow up here in the northeast). There's something about a mostly white space with soft textures and layers that feels so cozy and inviting. So today we're sharing ten stunning white rooms that will surely inspire you to embrace the subtle hue.
Magenta, rose and fuchsia... oh my! There's nothing subtle about the color pink when it's used to decorate a home. It packs a big punch - and when used successfully, it can give a space the bold pop of color that takes it from blah to beautiful. Click through to get inspired by ten of our favorite rooms that use pink as a major element.
When Sonya spotted this $5 lamp at a thrift store lamp, she knew it just needed a little love to make it stunning. Well, a little love, gold spray paint and wrapping paper. Wrapping paper?? Yup.
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.
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.
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...
Nancy nabbed this forlorn bar cart for $15 at a garage/estate sale. She saw its potential and gave it a glamourous makeover. It started with a good cleaning, then she covered the cool gold-speckled wheels
Thanksgiving is fast approaching, and if you're like me, planning the menu has been your priority thus far. But don't forgot about the table... here are ten gorgeous, non-traditional tablescapes that are sure to inspire you.
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.
- Wreath with lots of...
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.
The lovely thing about IKEA's Tarva dressers--besides their low sticker price--is their blank-canvas quality. They can easily be painted and stained to make them one of a kind creations. Katie, from Addicted 2 DIY can attest to this, as she not only (eventually) painted and stained her Tarva 3-drawer dresser, she took its makeover to the extreme by breaking out the power tools and turning it into a bar cabinet, complete
After spotting this idea on random roundups without links to the original project, I decided to go on a how-to hunt. Turns out the Bubble Lampshade tutorial comes form Lydia Pudel and the technique, although easy enough, involves more than just
Happy Back to the Future Day. (The day Marty McFly travels to in the second installment of the franchise.) The talking heads have been going absolutely tweaky pointing out the successes of the movie's prognostications (visit Gawker to see 14 things that came true, and, yes, there's a hoverboard
Jamie came into possession of this old, broken, wooden crate via her grandmother's basement. She wasn't sure what she was going to do with it until she spotted Joanna Gaines' Dutch Tulip
I don't know what I was doing back in 2011 when this leaf lantern tutorial was posted, but I totally missed it. I mean, seriously...leaves, wax
One technique I've yet to try is epoxy--the clear kind, not the wood filler and glue kind. I guess I've always thought it was tricky--you know...bubbles. But Beth's tutorial of