This month we're talking a lot about Scandinavian décor here at Curbly. One of the easiest ways to change up the look of your home is through textiles like throw pillows and blankets, so we're rounding up 20 of our favorites that you can swap out if you'd like to achieve that subdued, classic Scandinavian look in your home. Click through to check them out.
Our basement family room was recently given a much needed makeover! The space was totally out of date, dark and uninviting. I started with giving the walls a fresh coat of white paint and brought in some new pieces for the room. Still, the space was asking for something a little more modern and one-of-a-kind. Since I love plants SO much and I try to have one in every room possible, I created a fun this super simple plant wall to show off my little green collection and add some serious life to the space!
Today we're sharing a different kind of transformation. Because this family room looks just lovely in the photo above. But just wait until you see it all decked out for Christmas! I think it's fun to see how others decorate their spaces for the holidays... so click through to get inspired by this fun one.
I have lots of great holiday memories from when I was a kid: listening to the Merry Christmas from Sesame Street cassette while driving downtown to pick up the ham with my dad, waking my parents up with my sister after totally having scoped the presents, and warming the handheld candles to make funny shapes with my cousins and uncle during Christmas Eve service. But nothing stands out more than this silly little wooden nativity set I...
Not so long ago - four years, to be exact - we moved into the Curbly House with one room complete. It was Ayla's room, and it was dunzo, styled, and cozy because she was 3-years-old and going through the double-whammy transition of moving into a new house, and having a new baby brother (all in the span of 10 days!).
Her room was adorable and comfortable, and...
When it comes to stylish Christmas decor, I always love the classic and elegant look of Scandinavian simplicity. I'm especially into the Finnish Himmeli craft, and dig all the ornaments, stars, and wreathes made from them. So, I wanted to add to that trend by making a Himmeli tabletop Christmas tree design to use as decor around my house and in my Christmas tablescapes.
Sometimes, Himmeli projects are known for getting a little complicated. Believe me, I know. I have tried and failed at many. So, I made these Himmeli trees to be easy, modern, and adaptable to create a variety of tree designs. To pull off the look, you only need to know how to make one simple Himmeli triangle.
I write this next sentence every year, and every year I believe it more: if buying gifts could be my full time job, I would be the happiest person on the planet.
I love everything about gift giving. The rituals, the sentiments, the experience of finding the perfect thing for the perfect person. It's a total thrill and my total Kryptonite.
This holiday season, we partnered with Minted to create a set of gifts perfect for the people you love most. Your man, your woman, your boo, your bestie, your bae. They're all accounted for in this collection.
So, grab your warm beverage of choice, settle in under your coziest blanket, and have a look at these gorgeous gifts.
Christmas trees are great, but floating, abstract Christmas trees? All kinds of amazing. Round up some unused paint stir sticks, a bit of green craft paint, and some fishing line and you're just a few steps away from some showstopping seasonal art.
Christmas trees aren't for everyone. They can be pricey when you're on a budget, tricky in a small apartment, and nearly impossible with pets.
This year we came up with a super affordable, easy to assemble, clever tree that only requires a wall, a roll of tape, a stapler, dexterous fingers, and about an hour of your time. Right? Right! Let's make one.
How To: Turn A Storage Basket Into a Christmas Tree Skirt Without Cutting The Basket
I love basket tree skirts. They finish off a tree with clean lines. My house is full of large storage baskets for toys, blankets, and all sorts of stuff. I really wanted to make one of them work, without cutting the basket, so I could use it as a basket again. The only problem was my artificial Christmas tree base was too big. Here is my simple, no-skills needed, DIY solution to make one of my storage baskets work as my tree skirt.
I don't know about you, but I'm always on the hunt for fun new DIY Christmas ornament ideas. So I was thrilled when I stumbled across this leather one with a bit of a mid-century modern vibe. Click through to check out the über cool final product.
You've seen those beautiful MMC planters, but have you ever seen a lamp with a nod to that style? It looks identical to that planter, but it's a lamp! This beautiful DIY project looks easy enough to make and just oozes style & sophistication!
There's more that goes into styling the sofa than just adding pillows. You need to take into consideration the location, chairs around, artwork on the walls, lighting, and more!
Heather's DIY MCM tinsel wreath is so legit, it looks like it came from a box circa 1959. Although we can buy unadorned tinsel wreaths nowadays and tart them up ourselves, Heather used rope tinsel and a Styrofoam wreath to make hers. I particularly like this idea
If you're stuck on how to pull together a fall table setting, simply look to your favorite fall fashions to give you some inspiration. Here are three "shoppable" fall table settings inspired by fall fashion.