This bathroom was nothing special before. It lacked color, and needed some serious personality to give it a unique feel. Just wait until you see what the owners did to it! Talk about a complete 180. Click through to check out the finished product.
This bedroom makeover is like the Cinderella of bedroom makeovers. You can tell by the "before" that it has all the makings of something beautiful but just needed a fairy godmother to put it over the top. The bedroom belongs to Jen Bishop from Interiors Addict, and when West Elm found out it was up for renovation, they decided to pick up the wand. And bippity-poppity-boo this is what the bedroom looks...
I've said it before, and I'll say it again - National Painting Week is one of my favorite weeks of the year. Why, you ask? Because the power of paint in a room's transformation is astounding and I'll never tire of it. This year, we're participating in Sherwin-Williams National Painting Week and we're so excited to show you what we've got up our sleeves.
We did things a little differently this year. Instead of a bathroom...
This master bath was nothing special. It had a very average look to it, with lots of medium toned colors and no real wow-factor. But not anymore! Click through to check out this bathroom now that the owners have added picture frame moulding, gold accents, a fantastic new wall color and lots of other little details.
Emily Henderson recently took her friend and client Susanne's ho-hum guest room to new heights with a few simple changes that didn't break the bank. New curtains, linen, and bed (courtesy of World Market) add much-needed personality, yet the room still maintains the neutral vibe Susanne
I don't know about your favorite thrift store, buy mine is LOADED with wooden bowls and canisters and stuff. Honestly, I don't spend much time in that aisle. After seeing Amy's wooden bowl makeover I just might be making a beeline for that particular aisle on my next visit. Some inexpensive gold leaf, glue, Martha's patterning tape, and a soft-bristle brush is all you need. And...
There were some obvious problems with this beach house kitchen, most notably the dated, dark cabinets and clashing yellow wall color. But just wait until you see the incredible after photo. What a difference strategic color can make....
When Lauren found her dream dresser at Room & Board, it came with a nightmare price tag. At $1,599, it might make a lot of people balk. Not deterred, Lauren turned to IKEA's TARVA dresser to bring her dream dresser
My husband and I regularly fight over the cable management system (or lack thereof) in our home. It's bad. Cords are everywhere. We just haven't made our way to storing everything in "the cloud", and even still, some things will always need a cord. Here are 10 solutions for the inevitable cord clutter!
Cassie had the fantastic opportunity to partner up with the IKEA Home Tour Squad recently in an effort to breathe new life into her bonus room (aka: kids' space). The room was already anchored by her IKEA sectional. A LIATORP t.v. storage cabinet was added to tame the entertainment area (featured in the video
In case you haven't noticed, we here at Curbly have a bit of an obsession with IKEA hacks. And today we have a doozy for you. Keep reading to find out how the Kallax shelving unit above was transformed into a bathroom vanity.
When we bought our house the above room was the previous owners little girl's room... in the 1970s. Everything had to go in this room – especially the air conditioning duct running up the corner wall. This bedroom, for now, is our guest bedroom, and I think you'll be amazed at how it turned out.
Courtney and her husband cleverly turned an IKEA Gulliver Changing Table into a much-needed bookcase. Although they used a very specific changing table, I can imagine something quite similar could be done
HGTV has a new digital series starring Meg Allan Cole entitled, Cube Takeover. Why it took this long for somebody to come up with an idea for make-over show devoted to the corporate cube, we will never know. But it's finally here and it's super fun. Meg has a lot to do with that, but so
Makeover stories are usually uplifting. This one is too, but it didn't start out that way. You see, Lucy's home didn't feel like home anymore as she had recently lost her husband. Lucy's sister Jo brainstormed with her interior designer friend Jenny Kmoenda and came up with a plan. They decided to