Even if we have no need for a room divider, we could tuck Ama's creation behind a sofa for a spectacular wall art effect. Made of inexpensive plywood and 1" x 2" lumber, the divider is an easy build
I am adoring this gold leaf wall art, which Megan, it's creator, says is easy to make and CHEAP! The outcome doesn't look like
The days are getting chillier and the nights are downright cold lately (at least where I am) so it's time to start stocking up on cozy items that will keep you warm on those dreary fall nights. So today we're sharing ten incredibly warm, deliciously cozy goods for you and your home... it is possibly our snuggliest shopping guide ever. Click through to check it out.
Yes, such things are usually hung outside, functioning as bird houses, but I'm with Julia from Tag & Tibby on this one: displayed indoors, her modern take on the painted gourds are lovely pieces of organic art. A trio
High praise to Mandi who transformed a simple wooden bowl (one of the 50 secondhand things we NEVER pass up) into one of the most beautiful planters we've ever seen. Ingeniously, she used wooden ring holders as legs. The adaption just might catch on
In the market for a new bed? Would you consider building your own bed? Here are ten DIY beds that seriously anyone can make.
This isn't the first time Anika's IKEA IVAR cabinet has undergone a transformation. The first time involved a can of white spray paint and knobs that matched those in her kitchen, as she used it as an extension
Is there anything more rewarding in the DIY world than using reclaimed materials to make something? Seriously. A dejected object on a layover to a landfill is spotted by a keen eye. The object is swooped up and turned into something marvelous, getting a second chance on life and love. (We should all be so lucky.) The reclaimed materials featured in these 20 projects were the main characters of such fairytales. They now act as...
A few years ago, when my wife and I moved across the country, we had absolutely no idea if anyone would ever come visit us. Sure, we had strong relationships with family and friends, and we moved to a city with plenty of attractions for visitors, but the truth is: we just didn't know. We were far outside of driving distance, and cross-country air travel is an expensive investment. Both of our families had generations of firm roots in the Midwest, so it wasn’t just a location shift; it was a conceptual one too.
Good news: people came. They came for summer trips, for holidays, to spend time with us, and as a free launching pad for their own Pacific Northwest vacations. A few years later, they’re still coming. This summer alone, we’ve had no fewer than thirteen guests, with four more scheduled before the end of the year. We've become a little haven for folks exploring the mountains, the ocean, the waterfalls, the ancient forests, and the exceptional food and culture that Portland has to offer.
For those of you who love fall, the best time of the year is right around the corner... when the air starts to feel crisp and, best of all, when you can start adding autumnal touches to your home. So today we're sharing ten gorgeous spaces that embrace fall in a subtle yet effective way.
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
We love having guests over for long weekend visits. And now that we have a guestroom, I throw out the invite to family and friends regularly! Prep your guestroom or patio with one of these gorgeous daybeds that are either made from scratch or just include simple and cheap updates!
These homeowners needed closet space since their Victorian didn't have a single closet. But the solution they came up with was unexpected - they created an open closet on one wall of their bedroom! Keep reading to check out their stylish open wardrobe area.
Okay, this might currently be my favorite thing on the web this week! I love a good woodworking project and this lovely side table might be just the thing someone like a beginner could dip their toes into!
We've all seen our fair share of ugly ceiling light fixtures. We've also see our fair share of DIY ceiling light fixture cover ups. Here are six of our favorites, all of which can be adapted