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
Don't let your door go naked this fall. Kick off the autumn season with some wreaths, door mats, and other crazy cool decoration ideas! The garage door decor might be my fave.
I love this Ikea hack! This delightful little house plant stand was put together using a bookshelf and the legs of an inexpensive Ikea Frösta stool. While the author sprayed it with a ombre finish I think it would look equally nice left raw or sprayed white. Detailed instructions on how to make your own are below.
What do you do when you find a couple of old twin-sized headboards for super cheap? Turn them into a Pottery Barn-inspired storage bench, obviously! Continue Reading
Desks. Everyone should have one! Mine is used for a myriad of things, and I can't imagine not having it in my home. My tastes are constantly evolving so I've always got my eye on the lookout for unique ways to transform a workspace. So naturally, I did a double take when I saw this modern desk created from copper pipe!
We've featured plenty of great DIY house number projects, like this mid-century DIY option and these house numbers made of nails, but I don't think I've ever seen one that involved grass! Until now. Have you? Click through to learn how to make your own version of this green and modern house number project. Continue Reading
You've seen them. Teepees are all the rage for children these days. They can cost upwards of $300 which can make it a tad pricey to give to a kid who may potentially destroy it. Don't worry, you can create your own with a few simple hardware store supplies and a few yards of affordable fabric!
Do you still have a few indoor plants sitting in their ugly plastic starer pots, instead of a decorative planter? Me too. I think it's happened to us all at one point or another. But you can easily conceal those plastic eye soars until you're ready to repot with a little bit of fabric. Bonus: You won't even need a sewing machine. Continue Reading
It's no surprise I'm a fan on Scandinavian minimalism. These geometric planters are a spin on the classic Finnish Himmeli, refashioned as planters. Best of all they are made from cheap supplies from the dollar store! Detailed instructions on creating your own can be found at the link below.
When I saw this tutorial for turning wooden bangle bracelets into a cool table lamp, I was pleasantly surprised. The end result is full of personality, but also minimal. Click through to check it out. Continue Reading