This living room needed some serious help. It was dull and disorganized, but with lots of potential. Just wait until you see what happens once Barbara gets her hands on it. Click through to check out the beautifully transformed space.
I cannot tell you how much I am crushing on this woven pendant lampshade. Although, to be clear, it's actually TWO lampshades. Their shapes aren't identical, but their lower circumference is. And that's the important thing, because that's where
Throughout the first year of living in our new house, the formal living room has gone through a number of transformations. And for a while, the windows went undressed... until now. So today I wanted to share the before and after images of our space to prove how much window treatments can affect the overall feel of a room. Click through to check out the after.
Agata used brass pipe fittings and furniture legs/feet to make oh-so-moody candle holders to enhance her Halloween dining experience. She simply
Confession: I find it difficult parting with shoe boxes. Actually any "Nice Box." You know what I mean. A sturdy, box that's in pristine, un-dented condition. Not too big, but not too small, and possibly perfect for a yet-unknown something that will need to be mailed
Since cutting the ties with cable/satellite several years ago, we've become devotes of Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime. (Yes, all three.) It's gotten so
bad good that on the rare occasions when we do watch something on regular TV, the hubs invariably offers an aggrieved huff having to suffer through commercials. Although, considering
I know what you're thinking: Sharpies stick to wax?? Probably not. (Honestly, I've never attempted it.) But they DO stick to tissue paper, which is what Erica used to make custom candles. After making her design, she has a very neat trick
If you haven't seen Mr. Kate's home makeover videos, you're missing out. She and her partner Joey are not only charming, they're incredibly talented too. When they paired up with equally charming and talented makeup guru Manny MUA
Now that the temperatures are getting a bit chillier, I've been spending the evenings curled up on the couch with throw blankets and a warm cup of tea. And if you have too, then you might enjoy the tutorial that I have for you today... I'm going to show you how to make an incredibly simple faux fur throw blanket with fabulous yarn tassels adorning the corners. Click through to check out the full photo tutorial.
Even if we have no need for a room divider, we could tuck Ama's creation behind a sofa for a spectacular wall art effect. Made of inexpensive plywood and 1" x 2" lumber, the divider is an easy build
Ready or not, cooler weather has arrived... and with it comes darker, more moody colors. If you're like me, this is the time of year that you start burning candles and curling up on the couch with cozy blankets. So today we're sharing ten of our favorite fall decor accent picks for your living room.
Kristi admits that this particular makeover isn't the thriftiest, but compared to the $1,300 West Elm Inspiration pictured above, it is. To get the look, Kristi started with an IKEA Stockholm walnut veneer sideboard like
I am adoring this gold leaf wall art, which Megan, it's creator, says is easy to make and CHEAP! The outcome doesn't look like
It's time to start saving those tea bags people because, yes, this weird and wonderful wall art is made using a bunch of them. Along with some tree branches and
Pillows are the best way to change up a room for the new season. And nothing is more cuddly and warm then a soft flannel shirt. This fun flannel pillow is sure to encourage some quality time on the sofa.
Here's what you'll need: