It can be intimidating to decorate a blank space with all white walls and no character. Especially when there are restrictions like no painting and no nail holes. But don't panic - we have ten ways to dress up your rental apartment to make it feel like home sweet home.
This weekend project will have you digging through your recycling bin. Create minimal concrete planters using a milk carton as the mold and head over to the home improvement store to pick plants while you're waiting for the concrete to dry.
When every Friday rolls around, I get in the DIY mood and start scouring the web for weekend projects that might interest me. I have quite the collection of wallpaper that is just begging to be used. And I'm fairly certain it's going to be on a chair like the vintage one below!
I'm all for utilizing your wall space. This really rings true if you live in a smaller space and don't have room for a lot of furniture. If you don't have room for a nightstand on the floor, hang one from the wall!
Believe it or not, it's almost back to school time! And for many of you, that means heading back to an empty white college dorm room. Well there's no excuse to leave it that way because we have ten easy, colorful DIY projects to dress up your dorm room.
Nicole puts a fresh spin on the classic hexagon quilt. Although her "Hexies" quilt might look intimidating to fabricate, she makes it seem pretty easy thanks to a fabulous tutorial for a mini version. If you're not in need of a quilt, checkContinue Reading
I loved the modern and clean look of the grid pattern... especially the classic black and white. I've been keeping my eye open for the perfect way to introduce it into our home, but I could never quite find the right piece. As I tend to do, I decided that I would make something on my own that would really feature this pattern in a fun way. I knew curtains would be the perfect way to go!
Looking for a simple DIY to try this weekend? Maybe something that won't take all day to make, but will still give you that sense of accomplishment when you're finished? Try one of these seven quick and easy weekend projects, like a copper and wood file folder holder, an ombre DIY pendant light, a concrete serving tray, and more.
Neon signs are all the rage in decor right now. I've seen them resting on fireplace mantles, hanging over the bed, and as large scale art pieces in the living room. But what about a DIY version? Well, it turns out, making a neon sign / light of your own isn't quite as hard as you may think. In fact, it's pretty simple with the right tools.
Aziz LIGHT! Instructabler, The Antagonizer (who've I've made sound like a superhero and rightly so) constructed The Fifth Element elemental stones out of blocks of wood to fashion candle holders much to the delight of fellow Leeloo lovers everywhere, me included. (Obviously.) If we'd breatheContinue Reading
The bathroom is one of those areas that can become really cluttered REALLY fast. Tidy up with these fun fabric storage bags that double as decor!
These shibori-dyed napkins practically took my breath away when I saw them. I'm not sure if it was the color or the beautiful patterns... but regardless, this project is definitely on my to-do list. Click through to see the stunning final product.
I love those cute and quirky vintage pieces that are truly unique, but sadly no longer serve a purpose that they once did. Take for example this darling sewing basket that was given to me. I couldn't say no, it had way too much potential - but I don't sew and I had no actual use for it. So, I decided to turn this sewing basket into a 4-legged llama planter. Yes, llama planter. Just bare with me for a minute!