A brilliant solution to man's light cord rolling problems, this quick spool DIY will save you a lot of time and stress when it comes time to take the lights down.
Creating a tablescape for the holidays that you actually love can be really simple. For me, the trick is all in the centerpiece because it's really where everyones eyes are surely going to meet. I created this Scandinavian-inspired piece using affordable and attainable elements that works equally well for both Thanksgiving, Christmas, and all the winter holidays.
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I think we should just call this drawer-ganization. It's an art we should all learn, don't you think? My drawers are in desperate need of a little organization and this simple DIY project might be just the ticket!
My family comes and goes through the back door of our house. You walk in the door to a small entryway that leads into a small galley kitchen. This has been the state of my entryway for about a year. The coat rack becomes overloaded and bulky. It collects the most random of things and falls over when my son throws his backpack on it. This little entryway was in serious need of a makeover.
Not everybody can afford to have a house that looks like it belongs in Architectural Digest, but there are ways that you can add some luxe details to your space to make it feel more expensive. Give your home that high end feel without the high price tag with these ten easy tips.
If you're hoping to wield a hammer at some point over weekend, this DIY project is the one for you. Make a wood storage bin (on wheels) from scratch with this minimal modern tutorial.
It seems like no matter how big (or small) your closet is, there's never enough space. But there are some easy ways to organize your wardrobe and accessories to create more room. Here are ten borderline genius hacks for your closet.
If you follow us on Instagram (and you should!), you're privy to the hints we've been dropping about our new Curbly Headquarters in Minneapolis (the word 'headquarters' sounds so commanding; I'm sticking with it). After sharing a co-working space for the last few years, we finally decided it was time to rent a space of our own and we're very excited to share it with you in a few weeks.
Amid the new coats of paint, the recovered chairs, and the IKEA-hacked furniture, we've been working on some smaller projects that will make the new office our own. We teamed up with Minwax to create a desk organizer that brings just the right amount of woodsy beauty and OCD organization to my desktop. Read on to see how we did it!
I feel like I am always low on storage and organizational pieces, especially ones that look great in my home. This week, we decided to try and combat some of the piles we have going on and came up with these stylish, but practical, DIY wire mesh shelves!
First impressions are important. The exterior of your home is the first thing a person sees when they visit your home, and the last thing they see when they leave. These 5 easy tips will have the outside of your home in excellent shape in no time.
If there is one thing my home needs, it's a mail station.I have piles of mail sorted as "mail out", "pay this", and "file away"! But it's unorganized. This little station has to be the most genius thing. It's slim, extremely organized, and cute-to-boot! Just wait until you see the inside!
I've seen foam sheets used for all sorts of things, but making these foam bowls has to be one of the most creative. They're the perfect colorful addition to keep your desk organized and neat! There's even a boat-shaped one that is just calling my name!
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!
Everyone should have a credenza, buffet, or side table somewhere that they can style differently throughout the year. It's great to have a space that is basically just sitting there, waiting for you to try out different styles on it. Think of it like a painter's sketchbook; a place to explore design ideas that you might later develop more fully throughout your house.
This year, we were excited to participate in Sauder's "Put Together" Design Challenge this spring, because few things are as fun as dressing up a piece of furniture and making it your own. Read along to find out my three steps for styling a credenza.
I have a few walls in my home that I'm not entirely sure what to do with -- until I saw these incredible copper shelves!
I have a collection of vases from random flower arrangements that have been given to me over the years. I can't bring the inner hoarder in myself to throw them out. I have all sorts of little items around the house like that and wanted to find ways to use them for organization and other purposes! Let's talk this out!
Need more closet space in your life but don't actually, you know, have extra closets? Well, you've come to the right place! This rolling garment rack is a great alternative and functions wonderfully as impromptu entryway or mudroom storage!
While my jewelry collection isn't particularly large (at least compared to some!), it seems like I can never keep it properly organized. If you're in the same boat, check out this super awesome, super modern, and ridiculously easy DIY organizer!
If you're short on square footage, walls can be a valuable and under-utilized storage area in the home. There are tons of wall-mounted storage and organization products out on the market today; here are ten of my favorites.
Can we take a moment and all agree that these jewelry holders are ridiculously cute? Yes? Okay, great. Now, let's find out how to make 'em!