The front wall of our living room needed something. It was just begging for an accent wall, but we weren't sure what sort of material. Until we found Timberchic, a company that creates reclaimed wood specifically to be placed on the wall. It would lend a bit of a rustic feel to a space desperately searching for an identity, and some much-needed textural interest. Click through to find out how it turned out - and to learn how to do it yourself.
For most, subway tile in the kitchen is a classic look. It's clean. It's simple. But it can be a costly and time-consuming project to take on yourself. However, this tile hack is pure genius and looks fantastic! Dreams just came true for renters everywhere!
If you refer to this time of year as allergy season, this post is for you. Will applying the tips contained in this post eliminate all allergens from your home? Probably not, but the trick is to decrease them as much as possible, which these tips will do. And, yes, 36 are a lot of tips. Some are super easy that you can do immediately while others can be put on the "to-do" list as time and finances allow. Even if you can't address all of them, take heart, because simply decreasing allergens in your home can make a remarkable difference
It's probably happened to you before... you try to balance your drink on a wonky area of grass, and it spills all over the lawn. What a waste of a perfectly good beverage! So today I'm sharing an easy project that will prevent this from happening ever again - a backyard drink holder that will help you hold your drinks in style.
Remember doing sun prints in grade school?! It's a bit of a lost art so I was happily surprised to see it on the Oriental Trading blog! Check out what they were used for!
Erin used humble brass macrame rings to make this striking wall art. Although she used 12 - 8" rings for a rectangular effect, it could be adapted to different configurations to fit just about any
I used to think of the Lazy Susan as old fashioned, something that Grandma might have had on the table back in the day. Until I started using one. They're so handy! And after running across this colorful Lazy Susan tutorial, I decided I had to share it with you. Click through to check out the awesome final product.
Does this sound familiar? You're at your favorite garden center and the fairy garden supplies call to you. (They're miniatures thus making them irresistible.) As you're considering the sweet teeny tiny benches and birdbaths and such, you cast your gaze upon the namesakes of such gardens and you recoil. Why? Because--DANG--those fairies can look creepy!! Like horror movie
Edison bulb table lamps are minimal and unique. They can be the perfect light for a side table, bedside table, or book shelf. Using basic woodworking skills and electrical installation, this wood-block version of the edison bulb table lamp is simple to make.
My new favorite verb: pom-pomize. (As in to put pom-poms on stuff.) Lara does it to plain, cloth napkins, and she does it the no-sew way. Now, being a nervous-Nelly, I'd probably opt to