IKEA has long been a great source for inexpensive home wares, and people have been creating hacks out of those products for almost as long. And some of those hacks are so unique that it's difficult to tell they're even IKEA products. Click through to check out ten of our favorite such hacks.
Have I conveyed the full extent of my love for paint yet here on Curbly? It's my absolute favorite crafting supply, in all of its forms - you can transform almost anything with it. Including rope baskets. You'll be shocked at how beautiful this one looks with just the addition of paint. Click through to check out the incredible southwest-inspired final product.
Do you know how easy it is to create your own printed textiles? It can seem a little unconventional, but that's half the fun! Grab some odd objects from around the house and create some truly unique patterns!
IKEA's FROSTA Stool has become a staple item for the retailer. Why is the design so popular? Probably because they're incredibly versatile as they can work in a living room as easily as a child's bedroom; they're stackable so they
Jenna's master bedroom makeover is proof that when looking at residential property to purchase, you need look beyond the style of the current owner. (It's surprising how many people can't do that.) If you don't, you might pass up the
Do you ever wonder how people get their couches to look so stylish? Well, I'll give you a hint - it has everything to do with the throw pillows. Step up your pillow game with this super chic dip dyed pillow that you can make with only a few simple supplies. Keep reading to check it out.
Laura's living room was a "basic builder's beige" when she and her family first moved into her home. It is a lovely space and seemed to have nice natural lighting thanks to a couple of long windows that flank her fireplace, but that "builder beige" seemed to act like a sponge, sucking it up
When Lindsay's dad spotted this end table at a garage sale, he knew he had to buy it for Lindsay to resurrect. To be sure, the little table was in rough shape. The veneer on the drawer fronts was peeling off, and the top
Finding an outdoor rug that suits your style can be really hard sometimes. There are a lot of design choices, but some are just too busy and a bit overdone. So, when all else fails why not make your own modern outdoor rug! It's so easy, you'll want to make them all year round.
Sure, we have plenty of games for the kids to play... but what about the fun-loving adults?! There are lots of great backyard games out there that will bring your party up a notch. Here are ten DIY games to get your guests' competitive spirits flowing.
Do you ever just see one of those inspirational home decor photos that are super gorgeous and make you want to get yourself to the craft store for supplies? This is one of those projects. I love how this headboard turned out. And then to se that it was made with foam?!? You have to see it for yourself.
It's the time of year when we're all spending more time outdoors than inside them. Keep the threshold separating the two cheery and functional with this geometric welcome mat!
To recap--it's unauthorized succulent week here at Curbly. Monday: Cactus Watercolor. Tuesday: Gumball Machine Turned Succulent Planter. Wednesday: A Cactus Pincushion in its own DIY Geometric Planter. Today: A Paint by Numbers Succulent Pillow. To be honest, I vacillated over highlighting this project. That's because the original maker, Lindsay, used a service that provided
The Fastest Way to Refresh Your Patio Furniture is with a Paint Sprayer (Hint: We're Giving One Away!)
Porch and patio season is officially open, and it should be our modus operandi for the next three months. If you haven't dusted off your outdoor furniture, swept out the porch cobwebs, and fired up your citronella candles, the time is nigh.
As we cleaned out our porch last weekend, we decided our plant stands needed a little pick-me-up. We gave them a refresh with a favorite paint color, our Wagner paint sprayer, and a new potted plant. Read on to learn how to do this easy project this weekend (and how to win a paint sprayer of your own)!
Wallpaper is a fun way to dress up a wall... but it's not always the right solution for every situation. It's expensive and time-consuming to apply. But there are tons of great alternatives out there - everything from decals to stencils to creative painting techniques. Keep reading to check out ten of our favorite unique wallpaper alternatives.
Zakkiya, the talented illustrator behind Inkstruck Studio, recently released to the world a watercolor cactus tutorial that can make even a beginner look like a pro. If you feel her creation is a bit of a reach for your abilities, not to worry. Zakkiya has an entire
I know I say this a lot (I think I've mentioned it at least two times on Curbly before), but that's only because it's true; wall art is SO easy to DIY that there's really no excuse not to have a go at making your own.
Joni's master bedroom redo is a breath of fresh air. It also provides an excellent lesson about white paint. White walls can make a room POP. In this case, it provides a blank canvas that now showcases
Our neighborhood preschool is a goldmine of childhood magic. It's a special place that brings families together; an emblem of our community's commitment to children.
This year, for National Painting Week, our friends at Sherwin-Williams encouraged us to seek out a community-based project. We were thrilled, because doing more of this sort of work has long been one of our goals. We instantly knew our beloved preschool would be the perfect candidate. The power of paint would be transformative, helping improve a space that does so much for children and families. Read on to hear all about it.
Can we talk about spray paint for a minute? I love all the possibilities that it creates including getting the look of granite for less! These pretty granite airplant holders actually aren't granite at all! But you wouldn't know it! See for yourself!