This TULLSTA Ikea chair is one that nearly everyone I know has had in their home at one time or another. Which is one of the reasons why I was excited to see this easy makeover idea. It's perfect for a weekend project.
The faults of this living room are obvious - a strange color scheme combined with a lack of light give it a depressing, lackluster feel. But the owners recognized that the architecture had potential. Keep reading to check out the unbelievable transformation.
Sasha, aka Tattooed Martha, found the cart pictured above at Goodwill, and although it looks like it was in pretty good condition, its lack of personality just wasn't cutting it. So, Sasha busted out the Krylon and started blasting. Her choice of colors--Sea GlassContinue Reading
There was nothing terrible about this living room. But there was nothing great either. And it had so much potential! Luckily, its owner had a vision and was able to transform it into something beautiful. Click through to see the stunning final space.
What's bright and airy with pops of color all over? This stunning living room makeover from Sarah M. Dorsey! Continue Reading
Last week House Beautiful put together a nice little roundup of clever basement remodeling and storage ideas. All are cool, but this basement remodel seriously caught my eye. How many basement 'holes' like the one pictured above have you seen? If you're like me, probably too many. Check out the stunningContinue Reading
The next time you're out thrifting remember, sometimes all a piece of discarded furniture needs is a little TLC and a new pair of legs. Bre of Bre Purposed found this buffet for ten dollars and was able to transform it into a staple piece for her home with just a few easy steps. Ten dollars friends! If that's not inspiration to go scavenging for abandon treasures right now, I'm not sure what is. Continue Reading
This living room had very little going for it. The furniture was dated, the colors were drab and the light fixtures didn't fit well in the space. But with the addition of textiles, some lighter colors and new furniture, this space was transformed into an inviting contemporary retreat.
The Lexan family wanted to upgrade the furnishings in their family room, but they are also looking for a new house. This made the makeover a bit trickier as they needed versatile and neutral pieces that would work in their future home. TakeContinue Reading
There's something so appealing to me about an IKEA hack. I love the idea of transforming a mass produced piece into a customized, one-of-a-kind item that nobody else has. And there are a lot of great ones kicking around the internet right now. Here are ten useful ones.
When it comes to furniture makeovers, it seems that more often than not, the simplest changes can have the most impact. The idea of buying a less than perfect piece in hopes making it over to use in your home on a daily basis can seem overwhelming at times, but like Francois et Moi's thrift store table makeover, sometimes all a piece needs is a fresh coat of paint and an easy hardware change. Continue Reading
Generally, grandfather clocks are not topics of conversation in the Curbly neighborhood. However, because we all enjoy a makeover, here are two that might make you consider how a staple in the traditional 1970's homeContinue Reading
Rope, concrete, and an empty milk carton or two are all you need to make your own version of these modern door stoppers! Continue Reading
This one bedroom apartment in New York City was horribly outdated and in need of some serious, serious style help. (That plastic-covered sofa is going to haunt me in my dreams.) When the new owners got the keys, THANK GOODNESS, they quickly got to work re-inventing this 500 square foot space, transforming it into a rustic, Scandinavian-inspired retreat in the heart of Manhattan. Continue Reading