As someone with a brown thumb, the only plants I can keep alive are succulents and cacti. Luckily, there are so many beautiful succulents to choose from, and they range from small to large and are very easy to maintain, making them the perfect plants for DIY projects. This simple wood succulent centerpiece allows you to bring the plants indoors in a way that will beautifully display plants on your table.
When the owners of this well-known tiny house found out they were expecting, they didn't move out like many of us might do - they turned an existing closet into a micro nursery! The resulting space is oh-so-cute and surprisingly functional. Click through to check out the incredible transformation.
We love a good IKEA hack around here, and today we have something extra special for you - a double IKEA hack! This tiered serving tray spins, so guests can easily reach that brie that they're so desperate to eat. It uses up less surface area on the table too, by taking advantage of vertical space. Click through to check out the full tutorial.
Tassels have been around for ages, but they've leapt into popularity on the blogosphere in the last year or two. And with good reason... they're whimsical and unique, and lend some serious personality to anything they adorn. So today we're sharing five of our favorite ways to decorate your home with them.
I've been making a concerted effort lately to remember to recycle as much as possible, and it's been working... we have double the amount of recycling as we do trash lately. And then I got to thinking - there must be all kinds of fun DIYs that I could do using all those empty vessels. Keep reading to check out four easy ones that I tried out.
Spring is just around the corner (hopefully), so we're getting in the spirit with pretty florals and lots of spring-like colors. Today we're sharing some DIYs that will help you get in the springtime frame of mind too. Keep reading to check out 16 of our favorite floral DIYs for your home.
This bathroom wasn't bad before. In fact it was really quite decent. But once the rest of the home was redone, the styles didn't coordinate. And just wait until you see how incredible the new boho chic bathroom is! Click through to find out, and to get some tips on how to achieve a contemporary version of the bohemian trend.
As tiny houses become more and more popular, their appeal is becoming more obvious - they are more affordable, most of them are mobile, and they help you to let go of material possessions that you don't need. But it can be difficult to find a building plan that is perfect for you. So today we're sharing ten of our favorite tiny house plans that we want to build ourselves. Keep reading to check them out.
When Ariel and her husband moved into their current home, the office walls were a bland flesh color that didn't spark much creativity - but just wait until you see what it looks like now that Ariel has gotten her hands on it. I'll give you a hint... you'll be green with envy once you see it! Click through to read all about the makeover process.
There's nothing worse then renter-white walls. That dingy, dirty white that's not quite cream but not quite white either. But there's an easy way to fix it - add an accent wall and nobody will notice the rest of the walls! Here are twenty renter-friendly accent wall ideas that won't damage your walls (or they can be easily fixed when you move). Click through to read on.
The moment I ran across the Hyllis shelf on IKEA's website, I knew I had to hack it. My dining room was crying out for a shelf upgrade, so I drove down to IKEA immediately and bought three of them. You guys... they're only $15 apiece! My resulting hack has a glamorous vibe with a bit of rustic appeal, and it's super simple to do. Click through to check it out.
Just because you live in a rental apartment doesn't mean that you can't rework it to fit your own taste - there are so many easy ways to customize it to reflect your personality. You just have to get a little creative! Here are ten great tips for making your rental living room feel like home. Your home.
Apartment-living, like anything in life, comes with its own set of pros and cons. Con: the walls are so thin you can hear your next door neighbors breathing. Pro: when the 20-year-old fridge in your kitchen inevitably breaks, you're not the one who has to replace it! I've been living in rentals for about eight years now, and while one day I'd like to buy a little fixer-upper of my own, for now I'm figuring out how to enjoy the temporary spaces I inhabit. Here are a few tricks I've learned that can help you put your own mark on your apartment. Bonus - everything is reversible, so you don't have to worry about a disgruntled landlord!
The tiny house movement is still going strong, and people are getting more and more creative with the design of these micro homes. Which is good news for all of us, because many of these small-space storage ideas can be applied to larger homes as well. Keep reading to check out ten tiny house storage ideas that you can use in your own house.
One of the (many) things that deters me from super getting organized is not wanting to spend a ton of money on storage containers and other organizational items. But then it dawned on me - why don't I use things that I already have make some storage containers? So today I'm sharing five of my favorite upcycled organizational DIYs that you can make from things you probably already have lying around the house.
If you're like me, you probably have a craft closet full of leftover supplies from past projects... yarn scraps, small pieces of fabric and lots of random bits of paper. So today we're going to share ten genius projects that will help you use up those scraps - which will also help you get your space organized! Read on to check them out.
Who else is in need of some help in the storage department? I know I am, so today we're sharing some attractive DIY storage projects... because it's way easier to get yourself organized when you have cute storage, right?!
This has to be the one of the greatest hacks for a woven wall hanging I've seen. Absolutely no weaving skills required and you can make it as large as you want! The finished product is stunning, stylish, and a great conversation piece!
Sick of having the same old pillows on your bed? Or maybe you're ready to give your table a bit of style with new placemats? Well you're in luck, because today we have some incredible sewing projects to share with you. You'll never hear the words, "oh, I have that too!" uttered again, with these five unique sewing tutorials for your home.
I don't know about you, but this is the time of year when I start having fleeting thoughts of spring and wishing that the cold gray days would be replaced by warm sunny ones. And while that's not going to happen for another couple of months here in the Boston area, I am working on adding some freshness to my home. Adding green is a great way to do this, so today I'm sharing ten fun ways to add some green accents to your space.