It's almost spring here in the northeast, and with the new season always comes a desire to do some deep cleaning and organization (for me anyways). So I thought I'd share some of my favorite free printables that will help you organize your space and make sure that it's in tip top shape for spring.
Now that warmer weather is on its way, so are tons of ice cold drinks. To avoid those pesky water rings on your tables, prep yourself with some easy diy coasters! The Lovely Drawer shared a full proof tutorial that even those who have never worked with clay before can tackle. Not to mention that her technique for decorating them is absolutely adorable-- they even look store bought!
The dining room, the space in the center of the photo above, was bare and plain with a box-like feel and zero personality. But with just a few simple changes, the new space has character galore. Click through to see the gorgeous final result.
Helen Rowell's tiny West Village apartment is one of the tiniest I've ever seen. At just 78 inches wide, it's smaller than a queen-size bed is long. But it IS in the West Village and her rent is only $775 a month. Helen's become quite adept at getting rid of stuff, which she says is
Spring is slowly making itself known, which in and of itself is cause for celebration. With warmer weather on the horizon, it's time to start planning some festivities (brunch, dinner parties, maybe even a BBQ?!). Make sure you're fully prepped in the drinkware department with these stylish DIY gold leaf cocktail glasses!
I'm of the belief that dining rooms are the perfect space to put statement piece lighting; it's akin to having your own personal installation art. If you love the idea of adding big "wow" factor lighting to your dining room without breaking the bank, check out this awesome DIY idea!
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Believe it or not, it's March already... which means that it's spring cleaning and home organization month here at Curbly. So we thought we'd start off with some gorgeous, organized, clutter-free homes to inspire you. Here are ten of our favorites.
The next time you're out thrifting remember, sometimes all a piece of discarded furniture needs is a little TLC and a new pair of legs. Bre of Bre Purposed found this buffet for ten dollars and was able to transform it into a staple piece for her home with just a few easy steps. Ten dollars friends! If that's not inspiration to go scavenging for abandon treasures right now, I'm not sure what is.
See how this $19.50 dining set, from Goodwill, was transformed into a sleek mid century gem. Hint: Bye bye bulky tabletop.
Looking for a unique plate design for dinner parties or everyday entertaining? Try this DIY idea for transforming inexpensive plain white plates into uniquely designed pieces that look like mini works of art.
This is one of those deceptively easy projects that looks expensive and time consuming - but it's actually super affordable and fast to complete. Click through to find out how to make this gilded, glittery tray that's perfect for the coffee table or the kitchen counter.
Science, son, is the success behind this project--probably something about the density in the solvent in the polish in relation to the other ingredients in the polish--but who cares? It works! And the results
Got any confetti left over from your New Years eve celebration? No? No biggie. Any party store will have more. And you probably already have on hand the rest of the supplies you'll need to make this crazy cute and clever decorative bowl. Julieta
I have to be honest: never in a million years would I have looked at an aluminum baseball bat and thought "Hey, that would make an awesome light!". But, someone did and you know what? They were right!