Call me crazy, but the idea of covering those little eyesores we call speakers with nice, clean boxes makes my visually-inclined soul so happy. SO happy. (It's all about the details, people!)
Our dining room area is probably one of the most neglected rooms of the house. I don't do a ton of entertaining, or cooking for that matter, so that's probably why it's gone undecorated for so long. The wall that the buffet is on was basically barren, so I gathered some leftover pieces from around the house and brought this little nook together. It's an easy mini makeover that you can recreate at home, using pieces you already have. Want to see how it turned out?
January may be coming to a close, but there are still eleven months left in the year. Celebrate the date with this large DIY calendar with prints from your Instagram account!
This factory in Brooklyn was converted into a loft space, which is awesome... not so awesome was the century-old layer of grime and who-knows-what embedded in the wood floors. So what does a design-minded DIYer do? Paint the floors of course!
Friend, fellow blogger, and extraordinarily talented upholsterer, Shelly Lear (aka ModHomeEc Teacher) may describe her pallet turned ottoman as 'jaw-dropping' to grab our attention, but the expression is so very apt, I had to use it too. Yes, she used one of the actual pallets on the pile pictured above and turned it into the item below. Most
I tend to have a lot of stationery and greeting cards on hand, a result of my inability to pass up a cute card when I see one. What I don't have, though, is an easy way to organize them -- until now!
When you're completing projects around the house, it's easy to loose track of those smaller tools you might be using. So after the hundredth time I've asked myself where I put the screwdriver, I decided it was time to get a little tool belt, or something similar. If you've ever been in the same boat as me, check out this DIY leather tool roll.
I see these all the time around Boston: beautiful fireplaces that don't work. Maybe your landlord doesn't allow it, or maybe there's a fire safety issue. Or perhaps yours does work, but you're just looking for a decorative idea for the warmer months. Whatever the case may be, there are lots of fun ways to decorate this coveted area of your home. Here goes.
This winter seems like it will NEVER end, which is why I'm all over this summery project from Lil Blue Boo. A cotton t-shirt. a $1 doily, and a
What do cereal boxes, soup cans, cardboard, LEGO, and an old picture frame have in common? We can used them to tidy up our desktops by turning them into desktop organizers. Check out these 7 projects (plus a bonus at the end!) for
I love the look of concrete counters but I'm renting at the moment, so it's not really option to make big changes like that. Luckily, I just found this DIY for a concrete credenza that might tide my over, for now. I love this transformation.
A real comfort food winner. This hearty dish is great for entertaining guests, packed with flavour and a slight sharpness brought together with the pickles and cream.
Have a book that you didn't read, but purchased for the good-looking cover? Keep it on display by turning it into a clock!
Most people who don't know how to cook, know how to cook eggs. Poached, hard-boiled, sunny side up, scrambled. You know the drill, things haven't changed much over the years, which brings us to these 3 new and weird