I've never had a good way to display holiday cards. Last year I propped them up against the wall on a shelf. Lame. So this year I wanted to find a great way to share all the beautiful cards with visitors, and I also wanted to think of a nice way to store them so I can look back at them in a few years. Here's what I found.
Sometimes the simplest ideas are the best, like in the case of this too-clever-for-words storage project from French decor blog Heju!
It seems like laundry hampers fall into two categories: stylish but ridiculously overpriced OR something that looks like it belongs in a dorm room surrounded by week-old pizza. So where do you find a good looking hamper on a student-sized budget? Right here, my friends.
Becky's laundry room looked like a lot of basement laundry rooms. Exposed cinderblock, pipes and wiring. Oh, my. But she and her hubby got all fancy with the pegboard and made her laundry space look amazing. She started the project by stenciling a piece of pegboard with (a mix of) leftover sample paint
Stop the presses, people. We have a kitchen makeover that isn't white! As a matter of fact, Wendy didn't even change the color of her gray cabinets. New powder blue walls tone them down while
There was nothing terrible about this entryway. But there was nothing great about it either. It had potential, but it just needed the right eye to turn it into something beautiful. Luckily, that happened. Keep reading to see the stunning transformation.
If you're the type of person who needs to map out ideas in a visual way (guilty as charged over here!), this DIY idea is for you!
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Forget $100. Ursula spent only $83 on her walk-though bathroom makeover, but the reveal certainly doesn't look like it. Everything came from Target, Habitat for Humanity Restore, Goodwill, Walmart, Kohls and Lowes. What she didn't snag secondhand, Ursula found on sale, or she used
We all have a spot in the house that looks a little something like this. Don't we? It may not be quite as bad as mine was, but I think you get the picture. That before photo was an actual corner of my workspace I had let pile up for way too long. I couldn't find anything in that stack of bags and boxes anymore. So I partnered with Sauder to cut down on the clutter and tame my workspace.
I knew that in order to get this 4 ft wall in my office...
Sure, you can easily store your kitchen knives in a wooden knife block. But it would be a shame not to take advantage of all these other creative storage ideas... there's sure to be a solution that's perfect for your household!
Move over boring ol' chrome shower racks! There's a new, affordable, and oh-so-easy DIY solution in town AND it comes with a shelf. Win-win.
I honestly wish this photo was a joke. But in order to share my excitement about the "afters", you must see the "before". Ugh. I like to think of myself as a neat person. I do. I'm neat and tidy. USUALLY. On occasion, things in my life tend to pile up (literally), and before I know it, I've gone a whole month without organizing my workspace/kitchen/bathroom counter. I've sworn off that part of me, and I'm sharing a few tips to help you stay a littler neater, too.
Most of our kitchen cabinets probably started out organized, but as time goes on they tend to become more and more cluttered. So today I wanted to share some tips and tricks for keeping your cabinets clean and organized long after you move in to your new abode.
I don't know about you, but storage is a major issue in my bathroom. It's a tiny space to begin with, and the only real built-in storage is the vanity. So I've had to get creative. Here is some of my inspiration.
The internets are replete with dorm decor ideas this time of year. Although they all offer great ideas, a lot of them just aren't practical. Some might take more time to construct than you'd like; others might take up too much packing space. Some might not even suit your dorm room once you get
This might be one of the simplest DIYs of all time -- and I love it. I mean, who doesn't need a little organizational help in the entryway? And when it looks this clean and modern, it's kind of a no-brainer.
This home office looked like so many other home offices - dark wooden furniture and mismatched accessories. But with some white IKEA furniture and a whole new color scheme, this room was transformed into a creative oasis.