It's full-on fall, which means you have an excellent excuse to give your home a mini makeover! Or in this case, your dining room. The trick to styling any space for Autumn is finding that nice balance between modern pieces and combining them with warm and seasonal elements that really translate as homey and cozy. With these simple steps, your dining room will be ready for fall in no time!
Looking for ways to fix up your home this holiday season? You don't have to go crazy, but here are 12 holiday improvements that will help any home feel more merry this December.
Now that April is here, and we're about two weeks into spring, it's finally starting to feel like the seasons are changing. If it's still chilly in your city, though, you can at least warm up your home with some bright hues and colorful DIYs. Here are 12 ways to bring spring into your home.
Inspired by this post that ran on Curbly earlier this year, a new column is kicking off today that will feature a handful of awesome blogs each month, in a specific category. There are so many blog out there to keep track of, so why not let us find the good ones for you? Starting today with 8 home decor DIY blogs to follow.
Okay, hold on while I have a big ol' "DUH!" moment...
...phew, that was intense. Thanks for waiting. But really, how obvious of an awesome coat rack idea is this??! Seriously, guys. Using a bold, graphic dart board as a coat hanger is straight brilliant.
With the cooler weather moving into most parts of the continent, it is a good time to tackle all those tree branch projects we've seen here on Curbly. Today I've got an easy and eye-pleasing project to add to your to-make list.
Having your paint swatches on hand is pretty convenient when you stumble accross a great home decor or fabric store. Camilla of Effortless Style wanted her loose swatches organzied and compact, and came up with a fabulous paint deck. This pocket-sized DIY option is perfect for tossing in your purse.
I'm sure many a home renovation has consisted of ripping down ceiling medallions (or glittery popcorn ceilings), but if you're game for adding a bit of architectural flair with a Mid-Century Modern twist to your home, you MUST check out this DIY project!
My blogger buddy (and all-around awesome person) Adrienne Breaux posted about this project yesterday, but it was too good not to share on Curbly. Plus, it's...
Sunburst mirrors have seemingly been around and in-style since the beginning of time and odds are that that fact isn't changing any time soon. The iconic decorative accent is available in a wide range of styles and an even wider range of price points. If you're looking to add this stylish piece to your decor, we've got two DIY versions that'll set you back less than dinner and a movie.
Making something ruffled has been on my back burner for months. It's not difficult, but takes a little time to calculate and stitch ruffles onto a base fabric. Over on Knock Off Decor, there's an Urban Outfitters inspired ruffled pillow made out of an old t-shirt and a drop cloth. Oooooh, I love that creative reuse!
Decorating with a student budget didn't stop Chicagoans Meg and Brad from transforming their 900 square foot apartment into a space full of style and personality. These "colorful collectors" were able to create a completely unique and inspiring space - and stay in budget - with a little DIY ingenuity and a knack for finding hidden Craigslist gems. But, their growing art collection is what really makes this space come alive.
You're definitely getting a big (atomic) bang for your buck with this ridiculously cool and easy DIY mobile. And when I say easy, I mean E-A-S-Y!
I think by now it's pretty clear that I am madly in love with all things Scandinavian (evidence here and here). The Danes, Swedes, and Norwegians just know where it's at when it comes to interior design, architecture, home decor, textiles, furniture, etc. etc. Basically, they rock at life and making everything around them beautiful. So, to celebrate that fact, I've rounded up seven inspiring Danish homes as a mid-week pick-me-up!