Still life has never looked so fresh. That's because Teri's take on the genre is light, airy and crisp. The raw shapes cut out of tissue paper is what does it. A collection of the produce--including a
Sometimes when you think "cabin", you think "old and outdated", but these backmountain beauties are fit for a king and rusticly modern enough for even the greatest minimalist!
Marble is hot these days. And not just on countertops. The super chic material is being used in all kinds of DIY projects. And this one might be my favorite. Click through to check out the this gorgeous (and easy!) marble slab clock.
I agree with Sarah, the genius behind this Ikea rocking moose (aka Ekorre $39.99) hack: it's pretty cute as is. However, the red red coat just wasn't working with Sarah's decor. So...she decided to change its species and turn Ekorre into a rocking SHEEP. As you can imagine, changing species called for some cosmetic surgery. First came rhinoplasty, as said moose's schnauz wasn't right at all. A nip and tuck and...
Valentine's Day is coming up quickly, and it's a common opinion that most men are difficult to buy for... so why not make a thoughtful gift for him instead? Here are ten of our very favorite DIY gifts from around the web for that special guy in your life.
The coat rack dilemma! It's a real problem and this one is kind of the ultimate solution! It takes up hardly any space and has a huge impact that is oh so sleek. See for yourself!
Have a tight space that desperately needs a table? Try this space-saving DIY idea that involves the above supplies.
Yesterday we posted a cool roundup featuring diys that used geodes and crystals. Those utilized the real deal. Today's geode highlight...totally faux. The results are pretty spectacular considering it's made using--among a few other
This small (and very average) bathroom certainly isn't the worst 'before' that has ever been shared here on Curbly. But the reason I think makeover is so interesting is because of just how average it was intially - not entirely awful, but also no where near great. Right? Maybe it reminds you of your current bathroom in one or another? And if that's the case, you're definitely going to want to click through to see the 'after'.
Who doesn't dream of a perfectly perfect place to work or read or contemplate life? These gorgeous workspaces make all of our #officegoals dreams come true!
On any given day, if you visit our house you'll find envelopes and papers strewn all over the place because we're not yet ready to file them away. Okay, I'll admit, sometimes we're just being lazy, but for the most part they serve as a reminder to action something important like paying a bill or scheduling in an appointment.
Regardless, while the intention is well-meaning, the resulting mess is... well, messy! So I decided to put a stop to the chaos and make us a place where we can put all the letters until we're ready to file them. Follow along for the simple how-to!
A desk organizer is one of those contraptions that I always wish I had, but never take the time to actually make. My desk is easily the least-organized spot in my home. It's become a dumping ground for all sorts of items. These DIY wood desk organizer could be the end to my chaotic office space!
I can't get enough of Ikea hacks lately. And I'm hoping you feel the same way, because this bedframe turned couch project has weekend project written all over it. I know it's not Friday yet, but this one is definitely worth bookmarking now. Click through to see the before and after makeover.
The girls from Treasures & Travels devised a plan for hacking off the...
I get that it is easier to just decorate in neutral colors sometimes. You don't have to worry about matching colors or if a room seems to loud. But it doesn't have to be boring! Here are 13 spaces that totally get the natural thing and are totally not beige and basic!
The kitchen in Allie's 1978 home looks nothing like this anymore thanks in large part to some strategic demolition and IKEA. The demo bit came when she and her husband knock down the wall between their kitchen and dining room to create one open space. The wood flooring was removed and replaced with something that unified the expansion. When it came time to furnish the area, IKEA cabinets...
I've done a lot of DIY wall art projects over the years, but I honestly never would have thought to use a paint roller in this way for artwork. You'll have to check it out to see what I mean, but the result is a really beautiful, abstract piece.
I have always been a fan of color. I try to incorporate as much of it into my life as I can, but every now and then, I love a good neutral room. There's a serenity about it that I just won't fight. I think you'll be ready to surrender your design beliefs for a few moments to appreciate these 10 kitchens in all their natural and lovely glory.
It's a goal of mine this year to build as much of the furniture and accessories in my home as I can. Obviously, some of the large stuff needs to be left to the pros, but this jewelry hanger is so easy anyone can do it! And should! The marble adds a lovely and chic vibe for sure!
After seeing baby gym after baby gym with plastic this and fuzzy that, this wooden minimalistic version is a welcome change! If you've got a baby on the way, or just want to make this as a gift for a loved one, try your hand at this surprisingly simple project!
We see a lot of DIY art in the Curbly neighborhood. Usually they're projects to hang on the wall. In that respect, this DIY wall jewelry idea fits the description, but where it diverts from most is that it could be described as hanging sculpture. And, yes, it does