This dining table was well-made, but the finish had worn out its welcome. Its makeover included a refinish in a darker stain. The slipcovered pair are new IKEA Henriksdal chairs while the other two were rescued from a neighbor's trash. A coat
I love Indian food: the colors, texture and fragrant aromas. While this dish is a little work, it's well worth the effort. To bulk it out further serve it with a side of basmati rice and enjoy a taste of India.
Attic, garret, loft, sky parlor—whatever you want to call them, we don't see a lot of kitchens in them. The angled roofline is only one thing that sets this attic kitchen apart. Minimal and sleek, the added
Rope isn't just for outdoor use anymore! If you like to keep your decor minimal and natural-looking, then this do-it-yourself project is for you!
Before I saw this project, I honestly hadn't noticed the resemblance between a coffee bottle and a milk bottle. Now I'll never see the former without thinking of the latter. Perfect for a party where
This retro, red kitchen gets a top to bottom rehab in today's before and after makeover transformation. I'm pretty sure you're going to want to see this.
I whipped this dish up this week after finding a self seeded radicchio plant popping up between the cabbages in my garden. The bitter chicory flavors blend well with the sweetened roasted squash, providing an easy and super tasty weeknight meal.
I don't know what it is about polka dots that's so attractive, but I just think they're lovely. They're an ever-growing trend on the blogosphere, and it's easy to see why - they're easy to create, and they pack a big punch. Here are ten of my favorite DIY ideas.
Sometimes we forget about ceilings. We focus so much on our walls, and everything inside of the walls, that the space above can sometimes take a backseat. So today I wanted to share some great ways that you can spice up your ceilings without breaking the bank.
This soup is a great "one pot wonder", easy to make and loved by meat eaters and vegetarians alike. It's packed with flavor and texture, a rich mix of fresh and aromatic herbs.
Not everyone can afford to move into their dream home right off the bat. To get things just right, it takes time, money, and a lot of effort (if you plan to DIY!). This kitchen and its pink countertops had to go. Along with those, the cabinets, appliances, shelving, pantry door, and other features got a major facelift. Check out what this kitchen looks like today. You will NOT believe your eyes. Trust me.
I've always loved the look of concrete countertops but am, admittedly, a bit intimidated by the intense mold making/concrete casting/everything-could-go-horribly-wrong aspects of the usual DIY approach. So when I stumbled across this DIY concrete countertop alternative, my jaw dropped. IT'S SO EASY.
Usually we think of using a pipe for plumbing... but there are so many other ways to use this sturdy material that don't have anything to do with sinks. Here are ten of my favorite DIY projects using copper, galvanized and even PVC pipe.
This 76 square foot kitchen in Boston's Back Bay was drab, cluttered and lacked any sort of color or style. But with some carefully chosen materials and appliances, the small space was transformed into a refined, functional haven that now suits its owner perfectly.
I love kitchen makeovers because even though I'm not much of a cook myself, I feel like the kitchen is the heart of the home. And the heart of this 90 year old Canadian bungalow just got a whole lot cooler.
Things have been cah-ray-zhee at the Curbly House these past several weeks. Sheetrock rocked us, taking a lot longer than expected due to a delivery truck that arrived to our house and then broke, twice ... delaying the start to this step by 5 days. After all was said and hung, our master mudder Marco had to spend additional time working with all the seams, delaying the process by another 5 days. But the results were stunning: