First impressions are important. The exterior of your home is the first thing a person sees when they visit your home, and the last thing they see when they leave. These 5 easy tips will have the outside of your home in excellent shape in no time.
There was nothing memorable about this living room. It was a mishmash of colors and styles, and the furniture choices made the space feel smaller than it actually was. But just wait until you see the amazing transformation.
If there is one thing my home needs, it's a mail station.I have piles of mail sorted as "mail out", "pay this", and "file away"! But it's unorganized. This little station has to be the most genius thing. It's slim, extremely organized, and cute-to-boot! Just wait until you see the inside!
We've been talking a lot about curb appeal here on Curbly this month. Mailboxes are often the last thing we think about when fixing up the front of the house, but they are a great place to get creative.
Katie assures us that these adorable drink koozies are super-simple to make. Although they do involve a little sewing, she says the bulk of the work involves cutting and pinning fabric. The effort pays off big time as the koozies would
We've been talking a lot about curb appeal lately here on Curbly, so by now it's probably clear that even a few small changes can go a long way. But there was nothing small about this makeover; click through to see the barely recognizable front yard after the makeover.
With all the plants I've been adding to our home, it's getting a little expensive to obtain all these pots and planters I've been eyeing. So, I decided to transform a typical wooden bowl from the discount store into a modern plant stand to give these guys a home with style.
IKEA hacks are always a hit here on Curbly, and it's easy to see why. They're creative, affordable and completely customizable for your own home. So here are ten fantastic ones that I've been ogling recently.
I love changing my decor, I'm not talking about replacing all the furniture, just switching up the accessories. Usually my home decor stays more on the neutral side of things. But, this summer, I'm wanting more and more color in my life and home. I may have commitment issues though, so I made this cute reversible 'HI" shelf sign. Now, when I'm tired of color, I can flip these around and go back to my usual boring neutral self.
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Sunday nights are game nights at our house. We typically break out Trivial Pursuit and try to prove how big our brains are. But I might just have to focus on only pretty games like this amazingly stunning DIY version of Chinese Checkers!
Ever since we moved into our new home, I've been itching to find another great coffee table for our living room. I absolutely love our reclaimed wood coffee table that we currently have, but I wanted to switch things up a bit and try something new. After doing a lot of online shopping I found that everything was either a bit more than I was willing to spend or not quite the right shape or size for our space. So, we came up with our very own design, a mid-century modern-inspired boomerang table!
A glittering torso with a skirt made of blooming roses might not be everyone's cuppa, but if you're a gardener who also happens to be a mosaic artist, then you'll want to join the party. It all started when Becky bought a hard-shell styrofoam mannequin at an
It was a long winter, and many of us are in the same boat - our yards are a mess. But there are some super simple ways to fix up the front of your home to give it that wow-factor that you've been looking for. Here are ten easy, no-fail ways to give your curb appeal a boost.
Looking for a weekend project to try? How about a DIY headboard using a simple Ikea bed frame. You'll just need the items you see above to make your own.
Eating should be fun! (It usually is.) Get happy in the kitchen with these 15 colorful dishes that are sure to delight your diet!
As a plant lover, I am all for the latest big tropical leaf trend you might see popping up in design and fashion lately! It's fresh, vibrant and celebrates the beauty of nature into every day life. I've been trying to find unique ways to incorporate this look in our home and decided to try something a little unexpected by creating a playful tropical leaf side table!
It can be scary to buy a colorful sofa - it's a big investment, and quite a commitment. But if you can muster up the courage to do it, it's sure to pay off in a big way. Here are ten gorgeous brightly-colored sofas that make big statements.
Who doesn't enjoy a good before and after? This bathroom is no exception. It started out as a space that was lackluster and plain. And now? It couldn't look more different - not to mention how much BIGGER the space feels! It gives off a very serene and spa-like vibe.