Labor Day has come and gone and we are moving quickly towards fall weather. This means if you are wanting to sell your house soon, you have about 2 months to get an offer before all the buyers are too busy purchasing holiday gifts. Here are some tips that could help your house sell quickly. Continue Reading
If you love to sew, you know that fabric can be prohibitively expensive. But here's some good news - there are inexpensive options out there, you just have to know where to find them. And that's where we come in. Here are 11 of our favorite affordable fabric websites.
I often will go in someone's home and ask where they got something really cool and the answer will be Etsy. Then, I will go to Etsy and become really overwhelmed with where to start. The great thing about Etsy is not only are you supporting handmade artists, but you are also getting something really unique. Here are some of my favorite Etsy stores. Continue Reading
Oh my goodness. If there was every a filing cabinet that I wanted in my home, it's this one. Far from boring (and on point for color!), this is one you have to see. Hint: take a look at that sketch in the bottom left of the photo!
This morning on Craigslist in my city, there are 489 listings for china cabinets and a whopping 1351 listings for hutches. Does that mean china cabinets and hutches have fallen out of favor? Not with these clever makeover artists! Take a look and then you tell us...have china cabinets and hutches fallen out of favor with you??
Serena spotted this impressive cabinet at her local thrift store for a measly $40. (Take thatContinue Reading
I love to add emphasis and a little drama to decor pieces that are otherwise mundane and a little boring. We all have clocks in our home, but I'm sure we buy them with functionality in mind, rather than style. I decided to create this Giant Modern Clock, because it not only serves a purpose (as clocks always do), but also it adds that great burst of color and a geometric touch to the space in a big and bold way! Continue Reading
We live in the Midwest where everyone drives, yet my husband chooses to ride his bicycle to work whenever he can. Our garage is too small to accommodate it, and I get a little frustrated when he parks it right inside the front door and we have to maneuver around it all evening.
Bicycles are architecturally stylish, and often valuable, so why not create storage that puts them on display? Here are some creative ways to incorporate bicycle storage into a room's design.
This super easy project combines all of the hot trends that are happening right now - metallic hardware, geometric shapes and even colored leather. And beyond that, these dishes are downright functional. In addition to being the perfect receptacle for jewelry, they would also make a great spot for keys. Or spare change. Or paper clips. And the list goes on. Continue reading to find out how to make your own triangular trinket dish.
I've had this black IKEA Malm dresser for years. And when I moved into a new house, the black just didn't feel right anymore. So I decided to transform it into more of a campaign style piece using chrome hardware and (believe it or not) self-adhesive contact paper. Keep reading to check out the transformation and the tutorial.
We all love a good Ikea hack every now again, right? And one of the most practical of hacks to try, especially if you're looking for extra storage, is an Ikea dresser hack. When you scroll through Pinterest, there are tons of DIY dresser ideas that transform a plain chest of drawers into something uniquely cool. And today's roundup focuses on the best of the best DIY dresser hacks to inspire your next project. Want to take a look?
Before you head out for the weekend, be sure to check out this roundup of weekend DIYs to try. There are a couple of large scale projects in the mix this time, with a DIY wood plank wall and a big DIY wall art idea. Or try your hand at something smaller, with a colorful organization DIY, cool geometric pillows, and more. Click through to check out all seven DIY ideas.
Leather and suede are fun materials to work with because they are thick and dense and have lovely textures. They do tend to be a bit pricey, however, so we've rounded up ten projects that require only small pieces.
I know that I proclaim my love/hate/mostly-love relationship with IKEA furniture, but can you blame me? There are just so many ways to make it your own. You've seen tons of hacks of the EXPEDIT and the LACK, and I feel like the VITTSJO series is having a moment. From gold to marble to wood accents, here are 12 of my current favorite hacks!