Not everybody has a vast home with ample space for a home office, but that doesn't mean that you can't create a functional spot to work from home (or do some crafting). So today we're sharing some totally inspiring tiny workspaces that are sure to inspire you to create one in your own home.
After the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, I find myself going into this weird funk. Our home felt like it was going to burst at the seams with all the stuff we had accumulated. The last couple weeks I've been on major purge mode to help get things feeling peaceful once more. Plus it doesn't hurt to be more organized! This simple project is all about making life easier when it comes to rearranging the home. And all it takes...
As I’ve grown older, I’ve learned to love burning candles at home. I now enjoy buying seasonal scents in pretty containers, and I’ve learned to love making my own candles. With industrial-style accents becoming increasingly popular, I made a set of concrete soy candles with beautiful wood wicks using rose, one of my favorite scents.
I don't know about you, but storage is one thing that I can never get enough of. Especially cute storage. So today I'm sharing a project with you that I made to create some mobile storage for my home office. It's a stacking, rolling storage cart that can hold all of those odds and ends that you just don't know what to do with.
Add them to your shelf, or wrap them up as a holiday gift. Either way, they'll bring some serious style to any bookshelf.
It's that time of year again... when we stock up on storage containers and root through our house with the hope of getting organized. So today we thought we'd share some organized home workspaces with you, to help get your organizational juices flowing.
We've made it to 2017! With the new year upon us, I'm feeling all sorts of resolve to stay organized in stylish ways. Up first? A printable calendar for each month of the year! I've rounded up 12 of my faves that are 100% free and 100% gorgeous!
When I think of "home," I always start with a visual picture: the layout, the colors, and all the "stuff" that makes it so unique. But, of course, my real concept of home doesn't have anything to do with the physical structure or the things that sit inside it. Home is a sense of peace and rest I experience by myself and with my family. And it's the place where I nurture relationships, and build community. And if I'm doing things right, it's the place that helps me stay sane. So this year, I'm giving my home a new commitment, and all my 2017 commitments are actually New Year's resolutions for the home.
Sometimes wall art just needs to be fun. To celebrate the little moments, I made this DIY graphic confetti art with the saying “Make Life a Party” and it’s sitting on my desk as a reminder to see the positive side of things. It’s really easy to make, and I’ll even share how to make your own confetti if you want something specific.
It's that time of year again... when we deep-clean, purge clutter and generally get organized for the new year. So today we're sharing ten desks that are inspiring us to streamline our office supplies and get ready for a fresh start.
As home décor and design enthusiasts, we spend a lot of time and consideration visually crafting our “perfect” home space, but how often are we actually thinking about the way it smells? From the psychology of scents, to removing unwanted odors, to incorporating home fragrance with style, we’ve created a comprehensive guide packed with everything you need to know to make sure your home smells as lovely as it looks.
Can you believe how quickly December is flying by?! Before I knew it, Christmas cards started arriving in the mail and I realized I had nowhere to display them. In our small apartment, it can be difficult to find space, so I decided to utilize an existing frame on a table to make this DIY framed web card holder that would be easy to store away for next season or repurpose for other items.
I don't know about you, but I can't afford expensive furniture. I've grown accustomed to cheaper options like IKEA and Target, where I've found pieces that I absolutely love with one problem - the hardware is very plain. After my latest furniture purchase of a new media unit with two cabinet doors, I decided to upgrade the hardware myself and make DIY faceted handles out of clay.
Feeling in the DIY mood this holiday season? Then you'll want to peruse and pin our DIY gift guide; we highlight no less than 75 tutorials that cover just about everyone on your gift-giving list. Men, women, tweens
Hi, I'm Holly, and I'm obsessed with copper. Especially during fall when warm colors are everywhere, I long to fill my home with accents of copper decor, but I've found - it can get pricey very quickly. So, I learned very quickly that the best way to incorporate copper into my decor was to make it myself! This DIY copper wrapped vase is very simple with minimal skill or supplies but brings the warm, cozy feel of copper to any space when filled with fall colored flowers. When you need to wash the vase, simply slip off the copper coil. Here's how to make it!
And it takes, literally, ten minutes and uses less than $10 in materials.
What to do with a sample sheet of honeycomb tile? If you're Courtney, you use it to tile a glass cylindrical vase. This is a great, simple tile project for those new to tiling and the outcome couldn't be sweeter. My
I cannot tell you how much I am crushing on this woven pendant lampshade. Although, to be clear, it's actually TWO lampshades. Their shapes aren't identical, but their lower circumference is. And that's the important thing, because that's where
I'll always have a soft spot for anything gold, but copper may just be my true love. I'm so happy it's made a comeback and that you can find almost ANYTHING in a copper finish. I've rounded up a few of the prettiest and most practical office supplies that are sporting a copper look! Check them out below! You'll probably need one or more!
Confession: I find it difficult parting with shoe boxes. Actually any "Nice Box." You know what I mean. A sturdy, box that's in pristine, un-dented condition. Not too big, but not too small, and possibly perfect for a yet-unknown something that will need to be mailed