I've seen a whole lot of side table projects, but this? Well, it takes the cake, literally. Believe it or not, a metal cake pan is the key ingredient in this DIY mid-century side table. Curious to see how it turned out?
As a renter, I've become obsessed with easy, yet impactful projects that do little damage (aka projects that will get me my security deposit back). This DIY Polka Dot Door by Sarah Hearts is just that! Chances are that your apartment doesn't have the door of your dreams, so why not give them a makeover? You can have this project done in no time at all, plus you can change it up or take it down if you ever tire of it. Win-Win, myContinue Reading
The copper trend is still going strong, and with good reason... it's a warm alternative to silver tone or stainless steel that has been popular for so long. And there are some easy ways to incorporate the material into your space without spending a ton of time or money. Here are ten of my favorites.
This Instructable involves two things that I love: ingenuity and animals. In this case a sweet cat named Lu who served as tent-maker assistant. The human behind the construction is Jessy who says turning a t-shirt into a cat tent only takes about 5 minutes. Other things you'll need to make oneContinue Reading
Confession: my desk is covered in post-it notes. And I mean covered. There's something about writing everything down that helps me remember to actually do it. Instead of letting the madness continue, I decided to make a simple wooden memo board to clear the clutter!
Concrete projects are always amongst the coolest DIYs I see, but the material can seem a little bit intimidating to work with, at first glance. Luckily though, its not nearly as difficult as you may think. In fact, its actually quite simple. Want to see how you can create your own concrete DIY projects, including geometric bookends and more, the easy way? Click through for the full tutorial.
I've always loved flowers and plants, but I have a bit of a black thumb. So every now and then I like to supplement my houseplants with something faux (DIY, of course). They're fun to make, and they require zero maintenance. Here are ten of my favorites.
Honestly, I haven't jumped on the decorating with feathers craze. Perhaps because when I was a child and picked up an errant feather off the ground, my mother would yell, "Put that down!" I mean, you know, cooties. But thatContinue Reading
Whether you use 'em to put your feet up or as impromptu extra seating, I think we can all agree that stools and ottomans always come in handy! They're especially nice when they don't take up much space and can be tucked away when they're not needed. If this sounds like something you could use, check out this easy tutorial for making your own folded stool! Continue Reading
If there's one room in my home that I want to constantly update, it's my office. The more inspiring the space is, the more work I feel like I can get done. Well, at least that's what I tell myself when I set out on another project. Whether you're looking to make your own desk, or just want to spruce up the one you have, these 10 projects are worth checking out!Continue Reading
Who's ready to tackle the weekend with a DIY or two? There are plenty of cool projects to try, including an awesome DIY wall hanging, faux speckled candles, a DIY painting project, and more. Want to see all seven DIYs to try? Click through for the full list of project ideas.
Renters rejoice-- there's an affordable way to replace generic light fixtures! You no longer have to settle for boring fixtures because The Gathered Home shared a tutorial that looks like a million bucks, but that costs way less. And although there's a bit of geometry involved, the end result is chic and oh-so-worth it. Here's to dusting off our rulers this weekend, making something beautiful, and impressing our high school teachers in the process. Continue Reading
Love the look of vintage bullet planters but don't want to fork out a ton of cash for one? This DIY project is for you! Continue Reading
I'm currently rocking an IKEA hamper that was about $7. It's plastic. It bends too easily. And it's been replaced twice. Either we are too rough with our laundry or we need something a little more sturdy! This DIY hamper looks like the answer to my laundry problems!