It's time for another roundup of weekend DIYs. And there is a little something for everyone in this roundup, from easy beginner projects (diy wall art) to more advanced weekend warrior projects (minimal porch swing from scratch). Ready to give them a try?
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With only a few basic craft supplies, you can turn a piece of paper into beautiful, nature-inspired wall art!
Sometimes it's tough to combine decor styles effectively, but when executed properly, it can be really stunning. So today we wanted to share a few beautiful examples of eclectic spaces to help you get inspired to mix styles in your own home.
Ah, yes. The ubiquitous "crummy old side table" that you see at just about every yard sale/garage sale/estate sale on the planet. Chances are you've passed by one without even noticing. After you see the makeover this side table got, though, you might just decide to bring one home!
These bundt cake pans aren't just for baking. Nope, these $3 finds from the Salvation Army are also great as colorful hanging planters for succulents and other houseplants.
Ready for another round of weekend DIYs to try? This week's project roundup features some especially awesome tutorials. Learn how to frame oversized artwork, make your own hammock, ombre some potted plants, and more. There are plenty of ideas to keep you busy from now until Sunday.
If you're looking for a little outdoor inspiration for a weekend project, this before and after is a good one to check out. This practically bare patio is transformed into a colorful, eclectic place to entertain. It even includes a hand painted outdoor rug inspired by the popular
I've had these scrap pieces of masonite for quite some time now. So I thought I'd turn them into something useful, by making these round, decorative trivets. FYI, this project does involve power tools, but there's a way around that if you don't feel comfortable using a bandsaw or jigsaw. So be sure to check it out, even if you're not a power tool pro.
This bathroom already had a lot going for it: marble counters, an amazing floor, and a decent layout. And, for all intents and purposes, I would totally steal it. But it was lacking the drama and style that truly reflected the homeowner's tastes (who just so happens to be Ana Gasteyer of SNL fame). So, what to do? Add some serious, serious pizzazz:
I've got a soft spot for cacti and succulents, can't get enough of them, problem is they don't play well with toddlers. I stumbled across this easy craft project that is at home in the living room or playroom, no risk of an accidental spiking. Full instructions and template at the link below.
IKEA products are known for being easy to customize, but sometimes those plans don't quite work out. I came across this unfortunate IKEA Fira unit at the thrift shop. Its previous owner got creative with paint, glue, and origami paper. No wonder they donated it -- it looked terrible! I'm always looking for useful storage solutions, so I brought it home determined to make it look great in my 1950's apartment. With a few simple tools and materials, I transformed it into a unique, retro-inspired piece that matches the rest of my decor.
The living room is a great place to experiment with pattern and color. You can easily swap out accessories without breaking the bank. Here are ten inspiring living rooms to get you started.
I've seen stickers turned artwork before, but this is the first time that I've seen a blow by blow tutorial showing the process. Fabulous. Erica from Honestly WTF is the genius behind it, and when you see the outcome of this project, you'll probably let loose a WTF too. I mean seriously, the
What do you do with an old, warped cabinet? Fix it up, broken door and all of course!