When Amy spotted West Elm's Plank Coffee Table--pictured above--on their website ($999), she had to have one. But she also realized she could make one using pallet wood for a fraction of the cost. With her detailed
I'm pretty sure my jaw dropped to the floor when I saw how easy this table was to make. Why didn't I think of using MDF for something like this?! Totally genius. And totally doable. I have a feeling you're going to want to make a million and one coffee tables when you see how this one turned out!
Simply elegant and simply easy to construct, Nick's plant stand looks fabulous in single mode, but I can imagine it would look like a statement vignette in a trio of staggering height. Some copper pipe, some elbow joints, braces
I love the look of different shaped vases and planters, but they can be hard to find or a little too expensive for my wallet. This clay planter looks like concrete and the cone shape adds a cool & modern touch!
It's no secret that simply swapping out the hardware on dressers, desks, and other furniture can give it a whole new look. These easy leather pulls are a quick to make and the result is stunning!
Have a tight space that desperately needs a table? Try this space-saving DIY idea that involves the above supplies.
A desk organizer is one of those contraptions that I always wish I had, but never take the time to actually make. My desk is easily the least-organized spot in my home. It's become a dumping ground for all sorts of items. These DIY wood desk organizer could be the end to my chaotic office space!
Mark Montano recently mashed up an IKEA Lack table and pages from an adult coloring book to outstanding effects. Minus the Lack table, we probably have all the supplies we need to make one, thanks to Mark, as he offers three printable
Jen fell in love the moment she first saw Restoration Hardware's wood and steel console, which is pictured above. Employing simple metal connectors used in the construction trade, Jen was able to recreate the console at a fraction of the cost. (I'm guessing here, because Jen doesn't actually mention how much the project cost, but the RH inspiration clocks in at between $1195 and
This budget-friendly DIY side table idea is the perfect weekend project and will only set you back $40. Not too bad for a modern table. Right? Click through to make your own.
Here at Curbly, we're fans of IKEA hacks. It's fun to see others take something ordinary and put their own creative spin on it. And after seeing this bar cart transformation, I'm ready to make this version for myself! You have to see what it looks like now in all its coffee-serving glory!
It's almost time to set the table for the big day! Whether you do it grand or keep things minimal, try one of these easy-to-make table runners that are sure to wow your guests on Thanksgiving day!
Creating a tablescape for the holidays that you actually love can be really simple. For me, the trick is all in the centerpiece because it's really where everyones eyes are surely going to meet. I created this Scandinavian-inspired piece using affordable and attainable elements that works equally well for both Thanksgiving, Christmas, and all the winter holidays.
- Wreath with lots of greenery (tip: use a fake wreath to...
I love black and white, and what better pattern to show off this high contrast combo then buffalo check. The last few years, I'm been adding more and more buffalo check to my fall/winter wardrobe and home decor. Last year, I decorated a whole Christmas tree for $10, and buffalo check was the main star.
So, when I found this solid little table at a thrift store for $8, I decided to give it a giant gingham makeover.
It had been a while since I've scored a good thrift store treasure, but I certainly hit the jackpot the other day! I came across a large brushed-brass tray that I knew had to come home with me. It was a little gaudy, I'll admit, but I decided to give it a whole new look with this DIY Moroccan-inspired side table.