Stencil designs have come a long way over the years - they're not just for grandma's house anymore. And you can use them in so many different ways... stenciled patterns can be put on ceilings, floors, walls - anywhere really!
Have you seen these colorful Polish chandeliers popping up on Pinterest lately? It seems like they are everywhere, but I wasn't sure how they were made until now. The process is actually a little easier than it looks, so this would be a perfect project to tackle over the weekend. Continue Reading
Sometimes I wish I had stairs just so I could paint them. Or tile them. Or make them look pretty in some way. There are so many great staircase makeover ideas floating around the Internet... I guess until I get stairs of my own, I'll just keep drooling over those.
We're about a month into spring and the weather is already warming up. Soon it will be time to dust off those outdoor chairs and spruce up the backyard because summer, believe it or not, is right around the corner. So, if you're looking for an outdoor project to tackle now, before the temeperatures really start to rise, try this weekend project for a backyard DIY awning.
When you're renting, wall art can be a sensitive subject. Usually, it involves a whole lot of holes in the wall or a whole lot of painting, only to have to spackle and paint the walls again when you move out. Luckily, I have a solution that won't harm your walls and definitely makes a big impact, without a single hole or drop of paint.
I tend to like a bit of humor or quirkiness in my decor, which probably stems from my belief in not taking anything too seriously. I want to surround myself with things that make me smile, you know? So when I spotted this DIY animal mask art, which struck me as weird (in a good way) and immediately made me laugh, I knew I had to share it! Continue Reading
Pegboards seem to be popping up all over the Internet these days. They're functional, but they're also fun to look at... I like to think of them as 3D polka dots. And there are plenty of nontraditional ways to use them.
What's that old saying? Necessity is the mother of all invention? In this case, the necessity was 'erasing' a chandelier that had fallen out of favor with its owner, Amanda. Ultimately, she embraced her inner inventor and Continue Reading
After much ado about color, we are finally finished with the Curbly House bathroom (for now). We thought we were ready to reveal the room months ago, but then I got cold feet and decided to re-paint the room. When our friends at Sherwin-Williams invited us to participate in their National Painting Week once again, I knew our bathroom was the room that was going to get a mini-makeover in preparation for its big debut.Continue Reading
Framing your artworks can become quite costly when you add it all up, but take a peek at these inexpensive options that won't break the bank AND provide attractive ways of displaying your prized pieces.Continue Reading