Looking for some storage items to max out your dorm room? Here are some pieces to get your dorm room ready to go.
It's almost that time of year again... when you're off to college (and that blank white space they call a dorm room). But it doesn't have to be boring - so today we're sharing our favorite colorful décor picks from around the web. Keep reading to check 'em out.
With all the inspiration available these days, it's easier than ever to find a totally do-able DIY table project. From console tables to coffee tables to dining tables, it seems these projects all have one common denominator: hairpin legs. But where to buy hairpin legs? How much are they? Do they come in different sizes? Styles? Colors? Wonder no more, folks. We've scoured the internet and rounded up 12 sources for quality hairpin legs!
The fall semester is about to begin and Curbly has you covered. Here are three stylish and shoppable designs that you can steal for your dorm.
While August (sadly) marks the end of summer break for many, it also represents new beginnings for those of you who are off to college. And just because you'll be living in a plain white box also known as a dorm room doesn't mean that you have to settle for boring décor. Here are ten great ways to add some character to your dorm room.
My son is starting to take piano lessons and we're trying to figure out how a piano fits into our home. Here are some inspiring interiors with pianos that prove a piano can be quite stylish in a home.
Rustic home décor has become popular lately, and not just in cabins or mountain homes. Natural elements like wood, glass, iron and wool fill these spaces, and with a bit of strategic decorating they can be totally chic and stylish. And while they can have the tendency to be pricey, we've culled through the internet to find some affordable options. Keep reading to check them out.
Mid-century modern decor is striking, timeless, and a little funky. Here are some DIYs to try to add some MCM flair to your home.
Eclectic style is defined by interiors with not only varied styles, but also a variety of eras, color palettes, and textures. It is a style where the goal is to look "collected" over time. An eclectic space can have more "splurges" for higher end pieces because the cost of the space is spread out over time...sometimes years. Today I'm going to recreate budget friendly versions of some of my favorite eclectic spaces to show you that these rooms can be accomplished affordably.
If you go to Palm Springs you will find alot of iconic Mid Century interior design. The looks are modern and fun. Today I am going to show you some of my favorite inspirational Palm Springs interiors and how I would shop that specific look. In doing so I will share some sources for you find furniture and fixtures to make your home into this iconic style.
Sniffing around for interesting makeovers this morning, I stumbled upon a video from a place called Room for Improvements. In it, the presenter explains how to transform an outdoor space into a secluded oasis using free-standing curtain rods. Honestly, I'd never
Need a new headboard? Then you'll want to check out these 5 clever ideas to add to your Pinterest board. There's something for every style
Southwest upholstery and textiles are textural and add rich with color to a space. Here is a roundup of unique ways people have added southwest textiles to many different styles of spaces.
Ever wonder about the differences between transitional and traditional style? These two design styles have similar foundational elements, but when you compare them side by side, the finished look is completely different. Here are the reasons why:
Each year, we see the piles of endless outdoor decor stock up in our favorite shops. It can be very overwhelming when these pieces are simply set on shelves showing no personality or potential. A great way to get started is doing a little research before you go in the hunt and decide what style and look you might be wanting to achieve for your outdoor living space this year. Here are 8 modern outdoor living spaces that will surely...
I'm going to be honest here and admit that although I have a large courtyard, I barely spend any time in it and I haven't entertained there ONCE. Crazy huh?
It's not that I don't like the outdoors I swear! Rather, our outside space looks like the land that time forgot with plants all over the place and remnants of paving from the last owners. In short, it's really not a picturesque place to host a summer soiree.
I love summer cocktails; they bring to mind all sorts of happy memories like summer parties, poolside holidays and evenings out on rooftop bars. Truth be told, I love summer drinks so much that I have a list of recipes longer than my arm because I just can't stop saving them to my Pinterest boards! Call it an addiction if you will, but my collection comes in very handy on a warm weekend and especially at parties. :)
What is it about gold that just makes things better? It's amazing what a bit of metallic paint can do. So today we're sharing ten gorgeous, glamorous gilded DIYs for your office or workspace. Keep reading to check 'em out.
This is the season of outdoor parties, barbecues and get-togethers... but it's also bug season. Don't let them get you down though! Here are ten clever ways to DIY your way to bug-free entertaining.
Pinterest can sometimes be like putting your face in front of a fire hydrant gushing with design styles. Online style quizzes can really help you navigate your style and why you like certain Pinterest Pins. Since online E-design has come into its own, there are many more design style quizzes out there. For you (and to selfishly feed my design style quizz addiction) I took a lot of them, and I here to let you know which ones are worth your time, and share my favorites.