Um, you guys? This may be one of my favorite DIY wall art ideas from this last year. not only is it super unique, but it's ridiculously easy and inexpensive. That's some kind of craft world trifecta!
Even if you're not a fan of Fornasetti, the technique Mark Montano uses to turn an inexpensive IKEA dining chair into a work of art is more than kinda brilliant. First, he shot the chair withContinue Reading
Tiny twinkly lights on bendable wires may be the best invention ever. They're star-like, and whimsical, and they make everything they touch immediately festive and delightful.
While you can wrap these bendy little strands around everything from branches to ceramic figurines, my favorite use for them is to cloche them, alá Restoration Hardware:
Do you see how those beauties are like magic captured under glass?Continue Reading
Globes make great decor pieces, but they can be a bit pricey. Instead, get your hands on a cheap version and give it a modern makeover! Continue Reading
No nursery is complete without a rug. While planning out the nursery, I knew that I wanted something to match the geometric vibe of the room, without being over-the-top. Not being able to find one I liked, I was thrilled when I happened upon some upholstery fabric at a fabric store in Idaho. I originally planned to use the fabric for one of the crib's throw pillows, and the pattern was simple enough to recreate as a rug!
There's just an indescribable feeling when projects you've been working on are finally finished. That's exactly how I feel with our nursery. It's absolutely my favorite room I've ever been in. It turned out just like I wanted and I can't wait for you to see! Ya just gotta look.
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Tassels are popping up everywhere. They've been on Curbly recently, and there seem to be more every time I scroll down my Pinterest feed. So I thought I'd share some of my favorite DIY tassel projects for your home.
Now that Halloween is over, there's only a few weeks left until what may be your biggest dinner party of the year. Instead of having your guest scramble/fight for their seats, prep by making these chalkboard log slice place cards!Continue Reading
Chances are you weren't expecting something this cute after reading the title, right? This monster eye wreath is spooky enough to give your outdoor space a pop of Halloween, but tame enough for the younger trick-or-treaters that might be passing through your neighborhood this weekend.Continue Reading
Let's talk about twigs! They're just the most affordable (read: free) craft material there is! And during the fall, they're all over the ground! My door was feeling particularly bare this holiday season. It only took an hour to give it a spooky face lift in preparation for Halloween!
Wrapping twigs in yarn is a quick and fun way to incorporate the colors of the season. By shapingContinue Reading
Becky's laundry room looked like a lot of basement laundry rooms. Exposed cinderblock, pipes and wiring. Oh, my. But she and her hubby got all fancy with the pegboard and made her laundry space look amazing. She started the project by stenciling a piece of pegboard with (a mix of) leftover sample paintContinue Reading