You'd probably not want to tuck this darling, pocket tissue box in your handbag where it would probably get squashed, but on the dashboard, tucked into a car cubby, or just
Equal parts industrial and rustic, this dining table would no doubt go for a pretty penny from just about any home furnishing company. But with about $150 worth of materials and a day of work, you can have your very own stylish, salvaged wood beam table -- and the bragging rights that go along with building it!
I've had my eye on a marble and brass paper towel holder from Ferm Living for a while. It's all hexagon-y and brassy and gorgeous. But then I spotted this DIY birch and copper version that is equally stunning -- and much more budget-friendly!
If you're like me, you hate the way speakers look but love the way they sound. For optimum audio quality, they should be placed out in the open - so why not make them look pretty? Click through to see the stylish final product, and to find out how to make one yourself.
If you're looking for a quick and easy project to take you into the weekend, try this leather stamped drink tag DIY. You'll just need a few supplies and about ten minutes.
Sometimes those really ugly pieces of furniture CAN serve a purpose! This old coffee table got a trendy makeover and is now a gorgeous piece that the owners can display proudly!
I'm not sure how French, French Toast is, but I do know that it's tasty, and Pricilla's method for making French Toast Roll-Ups makes it fun. She skips the French loaf and uses slices of regular old white bread. The secret behind the roll
Footstools are a great way to introduce pops of color or pattern into a space, not to mention that they're just handy to have around. If you're in the market for one, check out this awesome tutorial for weaving your own!
We go through a lot of towels in our kitchen. I never buy pretty ones because I just know I can't make them last, so why spend the $$$? Enter: the DIY kitchen tea towel.
If it weren't for the (extra long) title, you probably wouldn't have guessed that this totally adorable and completely functional storage house was made from a drawer organizer, right?
Try your hand at making these beautiful, useful mini shelves that are great for organizing smalls like jewelery or beauty supplies in the bathroom, best of all they cost under $2 each to make! Instructions and the parts list available at the link below.
Decorating an entryway can be a challenge because it's typically a smaller space, without a whole lot of purpose. There are five quick fixes though, that you can implement in an afternoon, to turn a forgotten entryway into an inviting space that welcomes guests as they enter your home. You won't even need a gallon of paint. This mini makeover is paint free. Check it out.
I love to buy jewelry. I love to make jewelry. I love everything about it, except for the difficulty I have storing it. And I'm sure some of you have the same problem. So today I'm going to share some clever (and super stylish) DIY jewelry storage ideas with you.