Unofficially, summer has already started and one of the easiest ways to freshen up your space, indoors and out, is with plants. So, why not try one of these 21 DIY planter ideas to help transform your space on a limited budget. Bonus! These planter projects won't take up your whole weekend. In fact, most of them will only take a couple of hours. You in? Let's get to it.
With all the plants I've been adding to our home, it's getting a little expensive to obtain all these pots and planters I've been eyeing. So, I decided to transform a typical wooden bowl from the discount store into a modern plant stand to give these guys a home with style.Continue Reading
IKEA hacks are always a hit here on Curbly, and it's easy to see why. They're creative, affordable and completely customizable for your own home. So here are ten fantastic ones that I've been ogling recently.
This is one of those projects that I wish I'd thought of first. Not only are these stepping stones' construction brilliant, but so are their respective outcomes. Materials to make them are easily found at any big box store andContinue Reading
I love changing my decor, I'm not talking about replacing all the furniture, just switching up the accessories. Usually my home decor stays more on the neutral side of things. But, this summer, I'm wanting more and more color in my life and home. I may have commitment issues though, so I made this cute reversible 'HI" shelf sign. Now, when I'm tired of color, I can flip these around and go back to my usual boring neutral self.
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We're getting ready for the weekend with 7 DIYs to try that are guaranteed to spiff up your home and keep your hands busy on a lazy day. Think you might want to give one of these projects a go? There's a wood slat doormat to dress up your front porch, a simple sewing project, something for those bare walls, and something that will make your living room feel like a tropical vacation. Are you convinced yet?
Sunday nights are game nights at our house. We typically break out Trivial Pursuit and try to prove how big our brains are. But I might just have to focus on only pretty games like this amazingly stunning DIY version of Chinese Checkers!
Ever since we moved into our new home, I've been itching to find another great coffee table for our living room. I absolutely love our reclaimed wood coffee table that we currently have, but I wanted to switch things up a bit and try something new. After doing a lot of online shopping I found that everything was either a bit more than I was willing to spend or not quite the right shape or size for our space. So, we came up with our very own design, a mid-century modern-inspired boomerang table!
It was a long winter, and many of us are in the same boat - our yards are a mess. But there are some super simple ways to fix up the front of your home to give it that wow-factor that you've been looking for. Here are ten easy, no-fail ways to give your curb appeal a boost.
Honestly, if this how-to took longer, I probably wouldn't do it. BUT, because it takes only 10 minutes, I'm totally in. Plus it's a great use for the sleeves and cuffs; the rest of the sweatshirt can still be used for earth-friendly, reusable Swiffer cloths. As for making the garden gloves, thatContinue Reading
Looking for a weekend project to try? How about a DIY headboard using a simple Ikea bed frame. You'll just need the items you see above to make your own.