After the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, I find myself going into this weird funk. Our home felt like it was going to burst at the seams with all the stuff we had accumulated. The last couple weeks I've been on major purge mode to help get things feeling peaceful once more. Plus it doesn't hurt to be more organized! This simple project is all about making life easier when it comes to rearranging the home. And all it takes...
I'm all for decreasing the amount of clutter around the home. And I really mean it when it comes to the bathroom. That space is already tight & small, so any chance I get to clear out some floor space, I'll hop on it. There are no linen closets in our house. Not one. So our towels are on display on a metal shelf in the master bath. This towel rack hack is stylish, modern, and could be the answer to all my towel-storing problems.
It's that time of year again when you get the "itch" to clean up and clear out. Santa came last month with some new things and it's time to make room for them. Sometimes your excitement to simplify or clean out isn't shared by your kids. Here are some creative ways you can get your kids involved with the process of getting rid of their things. Who says donating can't be purposeful and fun?
As I’ve grown older, I’ve learned to love burning candles at home. I now enjoy buying seasonal scents in pretty containers, and I’ve learned to love making my own candles. With industrial-style accents becoming increasingly popular, I made a set of concrete soy candles with beautiful wood wicks using rose, one of my favorite scents.
Do you keep boxes of tissues in your home? If you're like me, you have them on every floor and almost in every room. But let's be honest for a minute and state the fact that most tissue boxes aren't stylish. Many of them look cheap, so I was so excited when I spotted this lovely little gold-leafing DIY. I'd happily display a tissue box like this one!
It you've been a Curbly reader for a while, then you probably know that we love IKEA hacks. And if you're new around here, then you'll just have to take my word for it - we love IKEA hacks. Today we have a new one for you, and it's super easy. Just grab a Kubbis coat rack and you'll have a fun photo display in no time.
We have an incredible amount of books in our home. I'm sentimental, an avid reader, and part-hoarder. So we could stock a small library if we tried. A large majority of the books aren't on display because they're tattered and torn, or their spines are just too busy and not aesthetically pleasing. These DIY dust jackets might just be the answer to that problem!
I don't know about you, but storage is one thing that I can never get enough of. Especially cute storage. So today I'm sharing a project with you that I made to create some mobile storage for my home office. It's a stacking, rolling storage cart that can hold all of those odds and ends that you just don't know what to do with.
There are bedside lamps a-plenty, but sometimes you just gotta make your own. I absolutely love how stunning this gym ring hanging lamp looks and it could go with a variety of aesthetics. You don't have to be a genius electrician to do it!
Add them to your shelf, or wrap them up as a holiday gift. Either way, they'll bring some serious style to any bookshelf.
I’m a pillow hoarder. If you find me scouring the pillow section, get me out of there! Nonetheless, I still manage to bring home new pillows and this time I updated a plain pillowcase from IKEA to create this fun DIY geometric gold glitter pillow with random triangle patterns.
There are points in my life where I stop and say to myself, Now I feel like a real adult. Like when I bought my first car, or when I took that car for its first oil change. Or when I opened a savings account, or purchased my first washer and dryer. Or like when I learned how to fold a fitted sheet properly.
Isn't it funny how you can open up Pinterest and get a sense of exactly what time of year it is? A month ago it was filled Christmas ornaments, gifts, decoration, and food selections. Literally, the day after New Years, you open it up and are filled with how you can lose ten pounds in the next two months or start the year organizing your life. In the area of organization, there are so many wonderful ideas and tips that I personally can get overwhelmed by it all. It's like standing in front of a fire hydrant as it shoots out water. Yes, it is a little ironic that I am adding to the overwhelming mix, but I wanted to be simple by paring it down to three books. In my opinion, these are the only three books you will need for your organization goals of 2017.
Fabric is a staple in the home and one of the most versatile materials to DIY with. We've teamed up with our friends at Fabric.com to head down a fabric rabbit hole - exploring everything from fibers, to trends in patterns and colors, to the easiest projects you can create with fabric.
And for those of you who want to try your hand at a project, we came up with a super simple, stunning DIY wall art idea you can create using your favorite fabric and slats of wood.
Happy New Year! What better way to kickstart 2017 than focusing ahead on positive and encouraging words that anyone can live by? I'm not big on resolutions (even though I still make them year after year), because I feel I usually end up just setting myself up for failure. So instead, I'm focusing on new ways of looking at the day to day.
These ten quotes will be sure to start any day on the right foot and remind you to just smile and enjoy this new year, one day at a time. Best part is, you can download these free printables to place anywhere you need some extra motivation.