I'm all for the easy projects. In fact, the simpler, the better! So I was a little more than ecstatic when I came across this cool IKEA hack!
Clay! Who doesn't love it? The air-dry stuff is so easy to work with and dries a beautiful white. It's just begging to be manipulated into something great! Here are 15 of my favorite projects for the home and they're all made with clay! Those marbled dishes? They're calling to me!
This project combines two of my renovation favorites: wood and tile! This is such a unique idea for that typical breakfast tray. I can see so many uses for this little guy! What about you?
Oh my goodness. If there was every a filing cabinet that I wanted in my home, it's this one. Far from boring (and on point for color!), this is one you have to see. Hint: take a look at that sketch in the bottom left of the photo!
I don't hate the woven wall hanging trend. I actually don't hate any kind of wall art trend. If it's pretty, it can stay! Wall hangings can be expensive - especially the large ones! - so here are 15 of my favorite pieces that are affordable to buy, some DIY, and they're all ones I'd be lucky to have on display in my home!
Concrete counters. It's not a new idea to the internet, but it's always been one I've been partial to. I love seeing the different variations DIYers take on a concrete countertop, and this WHITE take is my new favorite. Definitely keeping this tutorial in the back of my mind for the day we own a kitchen!
I love a good coat rack. In the corner or the entryway, it's a fun and useful accessory! Here are 15 of my faves around the web that you can BUY or DIY!
There will always be the option to buy everything for your home. Including a cute pouf to rest your feet and place your books on! Why buy when you can DIY? This one is chic and could be a good fit in almost any home! The tutorial has been sized down to see how to make it, but you gotta see the original end product!
I've currently got a kitchen cabinet filled with mismatched mugs. Most of them being solid white. If you're in the same boat, this quick DIY project is an excellent one to try on a weekend afternoon!
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!
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!
I'm particular about dog beds. A lot of them are just too plush for my taste. I like it simple. So this gorgeous leather & canvas DIY project is one that I would gladly keep out around the clock! And what she uses to get that pattern is genius!
Honeycomb shelves are popping up all over the place, and while we love them in clusters, this singular version has my heart at the moment! A great project for someone with little space!
I'm always blown away by string art. It's one of my favorite forms of making. I've seen words and shapes, but this botanical leaf version takes the cake!
Your pals need somewhere to sit if you're going to be hanging out in the backyard every night this summer. Here are 16 of our favorite DIY seating projects from around the web!
If you've been paying attention, you may have noticed that eyes are on the trend-horizon. Hor-EYE-zon? I couldn't help myself. These trinket dishes are the perfect way to ease into the trend.
I'm calling it: the Staghorn Fern should be the new "it" plant. This guy looks so fantastic mounted on the wall that you can't take your eyes off it!
If there is one thing my home needs, it's a mail station.I have piles of mail sorted as "mail out", "pay this", and "file away"! But it's unorganized. This little station has to be the most genius thing. It's slim, extremely organized, and cute-to-boot! Just wait until you see the inside!
Turn a $50 Ikea chair into a unique statement piece that looks like a million bucks, with this clever Ikea hack.
Sunday nights are game nights at our house. We typically break out Trivial Pursuit and try to prove how big our brains are. But I might just have to focus on only pretty games like this amazingly stunning DIY version of Chinese Checkers!