I'm pretty much in love with mushrooms, the culinary variety, in case any clarification was needed. As conscious omnivores we tend to eat less meat these day, but choice grade, ethical reared and local where possible.
Supplies we used:
- a length of 2" x 6" lumber at least 7 and 1/2 inches long'
- 180 grit sand paper
- paint brush
Little clay bowls with gold accents have been a big trend for a while now (remember our gold-dipped version from a while back?) and that's because: a) they're insanely easy to make and take very little time b) they make great little gifts in a pinch and c) they can be quite delicate and pretty, like these imprinted bowls from Camille Styles.
This ingenious IKEA hack is really a combination of two great ideas... a kitchen island for seating with a rolling storage cart that fits perfectly underneath. My jaw dropped even further when I saw the built-in garbage bin. Click through to find out how to make your own nesting kitchen island.
Just when I thought I'd seen every possible mason jar craft, I stumbled across this sweet and simple idea!
Can you believe this stunning DIY clock costs less than $10 to put together? A simple decor element that is both striking and functional and inspired by the David Weatherhead's 'Primary Clock'.
Living in a 525 square foot condo, I am constantly struggling to find extra storage space. Sometimes I drool on my computer when I stumble upon one of those images captioned "dream closet" on Pinterest. But then it hit me - maybe we can learn a few things from those beautiful walk-ins. So here are seven tips for reinventing your closet, no matter what size it is.
Give a plain welcome mat a colorful makeover with this easy idea from A Beautiful Mess!
I am always hunting for cool planters but I rarely find one that I like and when I do, it's usually out of my price range. So when I found this DIY for a modern, minimal planter made of cement, I was pretty excited.
Dust off your sewing machines my friends, because there are lots of great new sewing tutorials floating around the web since the last time I posted a roundup on the topic. Here are five super easy, modern sewing projects you won't want to miss.
Misplaced preposition aside, can you guess what these pumpkins are made out of?
Every now and then you see a project that stops you in your tracks; the end result looks so amazing--so perfectly executed--that you have a hard time believing that it was a DIY project at all.
This wooden iPad stand would be the perfect weekend project if you're looking for something to DIY. You can use it in the kitchen when you're sourcing recipes or give it as a gift to the chef in your life when the holidays roll around. You won't even need a hammer or nails.
Who doesn't have a bit of 2" x 4" in their stash? That's all you need in the lumber department to make our 4th easy-peasy scrap wood project. We're labeling our test tube vase 'dramatic' because of its a generous height: 9 1/2" sans flora and 16" with flora. Positioned at the center of our rectangular dining table, it provides an impressive focal point without taking up a bunch of real estate.
Unlike our last few projects, this...
There's a major trend happening right now, and it's a user-friendly one... watercolors! They're popping up everywhere; and I'm about to share ten super easy ideas that you can finish in an afternoon (or less). C'mon, get on board before it becomes the next ombré!