Renters rejoice-- there's an affordable way to replace generic light fixtures! You no longer have to settle for boring fixtures because The Gathered Home shared a tutorial that looks like a million bucks, but that costs way less. And although there's a bit of geometry involved, the end result is chic and oh-so-worth it. Here's to dusting off our rulers this weekend, making something beautiful, and impressing our high school teachers in the process. Continue Reading
Love the look of vintage bullet planters but don't want to fork out a ton of cash for one? This DIY project is for you! Continue Reading
A quick internet search shows that DIY headboards tend to fall into two categories: tufted or reclaimed wood (i.e. pallets). We say it's time to move beyond the obvious and try out some of these creative and totally unique headboard ideas instead! Continue Reading
Dump the chocolates and cheap flowers this year and go for something totally unique: a neon sign that proclaims just how you feel! Continue Reading
I have a bit of a screen print buying problem. Posters and prints are slowly stacking up, waiting to be framed before they find a place on our walls. But, as anyone who has had anything custom framed knows, framing is expensive! If you're looking for an easy, affordable, and modern alternative to traditional framing, check out this DIY idea! Continue Reading
I feel like I've been hunting for the perfect affordable clock for ages. Perhaps that's a bit dramatic, but it hasn't been an easy task. In a late night pinning session, I stumbled across this beautiful spotty wall clock and, lo and behold, it's a DIY!Continue Reading
This is one of those deceptively easy projects that looks expensive and time consuming - but it's actually super affordable and fast to complete. Click through to find out how to make this gilded, glittery tray that's perfect for the coffee table or the kitchen counter.
I don't know about you, but "getting organized" always tops my list of New Year's resolutions. And this year is no different. So I went on a mission to find some affordable, easy DIY projects to help with that goal. Click through to see what I found.
This DIY transfer technique can be used on nearly anything from tea towels to t-shirts and you won't need a special kind of iron on paper either. Just some simple wax paper will do the trick, making this DIY easy and inexpensive.