The front wall of our living room needed something. It was just begging for an accent wall, but we weren't sure what sort of material. Until we found Timberchic, a company that creates reclaimed wood specifically to be placed on the wall. It would lend a bit of a rustic feel to a space desperately searching for an identity, and some much-needed textural interest. Click through to find out how it turned out - and to learn how to do it yourself.
Does this sound familiar? You're at your favorite garden center and the fairy garden supplies call to you. (They're miniatures thus making them irresistible.) As you're considering the sweet teeny tiny benches and birdbaths and such, you cast your gaze upon the namesakes of such gardens and you recoil. Why? Because--DANG--those fairies can look creepy!! Like horror movie
My new favorite verb: pom-pomize. (As in to put pom-poms on stuff.) Lara does it to plain, cloth napkins, and she does it the no-sew way. Now, being a nervous-Nelly, I'd probably opt to
The IKEA Duktig play kitchen is a popular item for families around the world, but it has a bit of a generic feel. It is also easily customizable, however; so many have given it a more personalized feel by changing the colors, adding metallic details and even creating backsplashes and storage. Here are ten super creative IKEA play kitchen makeovers that are sure to inspire you!
I have a serious soft spot in my heart for fairy gardens. I mean, who wouldn't? Miniature oases filled with teeny-tiny enchanted objects?? The 7-year-old girl in me gets a little giddy just thinking about it. Jamielyn's take on the DIY fairy garden includes some
I'm a sucker for a beautiful pattern or print and do my best to have art in every room in my home. Art doesn't have to just be on the walls; it's in the pillows, the throw blankets, and the table linens. It's everywhere! I've rounded up a few of my favorite graphic prints that could give a facelift to any space!
When we bought our house the above room was the previous owners little girl's room... in the 1970s. Everything had to go in this room – especially the air conditioning duct running up the corner wall. This bedroom, for now, is our guest bedroom, and I think you'll be amazed at how it turned out.
As you may have noticed, we have a bit of a thing for typography over here at Curbly. Whether it's the simple use of a monogram, or an entire wall of font-focused art - we appreaciate it all. So today we're sharing ten of our favorite typography themed home decor DIY projects. Keep reading to check 'em out!
As a typography officionado and interior design lover, I'm always thrilled when my two passions come together in the form of a beautifully designed room that incorporates typographical elements. And there are more out there than you might think. Here are ten of my recent favorites.
Need some affordable unique art? Check out these thrift store art upcycles.
I believe in color and pattern in the home. From pillows to throws to curtains and even the napkins on the table, patterns are important! I've rounded up 20 items of beautiful decor from my favorite shops ranging from the cheapest at $20 to the most expensive (a rug!) under $400!!! Check them out!
The IKEA Rast dresser is one of those raw pieces that has so much potential, but really needs a little something to look good. Like, for example, a set of long, horizontal leather and wood handles! Keep reading to find out how to transform your Rast into a gorgeous show stopper that everyone is sure to love.
I don't know about your front yard, but I know mine has seen better days - after a long winter and the late arrival of spring, there's a lot of work to be done. But it won't take long with these easy tips. Give the front of your home a boost with these ten simple yet effective projects.
It always surprises me when I see a throw pillow that costs more than $100, and it happens surprisingly often. But there are plenty of wonderful, more affordable options out there. Here are twenty colorful pillows that are sure to freshen up your home for spring without breaking the bank.
I don't know about you, but I have a ton of yarn left over from old knitting projects. And I always feel like I should use it up somehow. And then I ran across this genius project - a circular wall hanging that's made with a wicker hoop and a bunch of random yarn colors. Read on to check out the gorgeous final piece.
Is your office in need of a little bit of TLC? Well, with spring on its way, it is the perfect time to get organized. Here are ten of our favorite DIY projects that will help you get your workspace in order.
Do you have a brown thumb? Or perhaps you love paper? Or maybe you just like pretty things? Well, whatever the case may be - you're sure to love this stunning paper Chinese Money Plant project. Keep reading to check it out.
If you've been following along on Curbly, you may have noticed that we're big fans of IKEA hacks. And this week we have another hack for you, something a little different... a handy storage case that rolls right underneath the bed and out of the way. So keep reading to find out how you can make your own!
This living room was dark, closed and uninspired. And after losing her husband to cancer, what owner Lucy needed most was a bright, inviting fresh start. Click through to check out the inspiring makeover that designer Jenny Komenda did to help Lucy embark on a new chapter in her life.
Do you have tons of yarn but no knitting or crocheting projects in mind for it? Well, I have the perfect solution for you! Use it up by making a cool wall hanging in a unique chevron shape. Read on to find out how to create this colorful tapestry for your wall.