The weekend is finally here, which means there are a couple of days to sit back, relax, and tackle a DIY project or two. Some of my favorites this week include a DIY mudcloth pillow and an awesome letter pegboard organizer. Though, the wall mounted DIY bottle opener and geometric bookends are pretty great too. Click through to see all 7 DIY project ideas.
It's no secret that simply swapping out the hardware on dressers, desks, and other furniture can give it a whole new look. These easy leather pulls are a quick to make and the result is stunning!
Valentine's Day is coming up quickly, and it's a common opinion that most men are difficult to buy for... so why not make a thoughtful gift for him instead? Here are ten of our very favorite DIY gifts from around the web for that special guy in your life.
The coat rack dilemma! It's a real problem and this one is kind of the ultimate solution! It takes up hardly any space and has a huge impact that is oh so sleek. See for yourself!
Have a tight space that desperately needs a table? Try this space-saving DIY idea that involves the above supplies.
Valentine's Day is just around the corner, which means it's time to think about Valentine's Day cards. Hand made, of course. These 10 options take the guesswork out of the undertaking. Super clever, super easy, super adorbs, they're sure to win
Yesterday we posted a cool roundup featuring diys that used geodes and crystals. Those utilized the real deal. Today's geode highlight...totally faux. The results are pretty spectacular considering it's made using--among a few other
Geodes and crystals are having a moment right now, so we thought we'd share a handful of our favorite projects that involve these stunning natural beauties. They're glamorous without being over the top, and super unique too. Keep reading to find out what's on our project to-do list.
Add some serious character to your bar area with this easy DIY wall mounted bottle opener! It won't take long to make, and it's sure to elicit all kinds of oohs and aahs from your friends. Click through to check out the full photo tutorial.
I can't get enough of Ikea hacks lately. And I'm hoping you feel the same way, because this bedframe turned couch project has weekend project written all over it. I know it's not Friday yet, but this one is definitely worth bookmarking now. Click through to see the before and after makeover.
The girls from Treasures & Travels devised a plan for hacking off the...
Valentine's Day is just around the corner, and, thanks to Carmia's matchbox cover printables, we can combine our mushy sentiments with treats in the most adorable way. All we need to make them is empty matchboxes (you can find them on Amazon), sticky tape, printer paper
I love working with flowers. Fresh or fake, they just make me happier. While not all of us have a green thumb (I am not declaring I do as I am still struggling to keep my plants alive), paper flowers are the easiest way to enjoy some new blooms and keep them around far longer than a few days. And you can make this version in a matter of minutes! So hunker down with that hot glue gun and let's get to work.
Mark Montano recently mashed up an IKEA Lack table and pages from an adult coloring book to outstanding effects. Minus the Lack table, we probably have all the supplies we need to make one, thanks to Mark, as he offers three printable
After a short week, the weekend snuck up pretty fast. Which is fine by me, and I imagine for you too, because that means it's time for some weekend DIYs to try. There's a cool resin project, a clever (and hidden) storage solution for jewlery, a unique pendant light, and more. Click through to see all 7 weekend DIY projects to try.
I've done a lot of DIY wall art projects over the years, but I honestly never would have thought to use a paint roller in this way for artwork. You'll have to check it out to see what I mean, but the result is a really beautiful, abstract piece.
Kortiny wanted a mid-century modern credenza for her new house, but the cost of such was not in the cards. So, like any good DIYer, she set out to make her own with the help of an IKEA Mostorp TV Unit. Haven't heard of the Mostorp? That's because it's a new product, which just happened to be perfect for Kortiny's hack. Although it had the right overall vibe, its legs were
The Marius Stool from IKEA is a functional, affordable piece - but it's not all that pretty. Utilitarian might be the word that comes to mind. Which means that it is perfect for a hack. Keep reading to find out how to transform your Marius into a plant stand with a bit of rustic flair.
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
Chris Heider, the handy dad behind the very popular YouTube video showing how he made a platform bed with storage using IKEA kitchen cabinets is at it again. This time he shows us how to use Billy and Brimnes Bookcases, which cost $49.99 and $119.00 respectively, to make a very cool "bed bridge"
This air dry clay project is perfect for the weekend. And the geometric twist will work for nearly any style. Click through to see how to make your own DIY geometric bowl this weekend.