Spring is (finally) right around the corner, which means that you're probably starting to think about your outdoor space. I know I am. So today I'm sharing a fun project that will give your porch some serious style. Read on to check it out.
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Concrete is one of those materials that seems intimidating, but once you get the hang of it, it can be an amazingly versatile material for all aspects of your home. And since I'm desperate for spring to arrive up here in Boston, I'm sharing 23 concrete projects perfect for your backyard.
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1. Give an old end table some industrial charm with this simple tutorial. [Photo...
As someone with a brown thumb, the only plants I can keep alive are succulents and cacti. Luckily, there are so many beautiful succulents to choose from, and they range from small to large and are very easy to maintain, making them the perfect plants for DIY projects. This simple wood succulent centerpiece allows you to bring the plants indoors in a way that will beautifully display plants on your table.
Save money on expensive pots and planters with this quick and easy project that will conceal any ugly plastic container in about five minutes, for less than $1 a piece.
Using some leftover contact paper, you can whip up some faux metal containers to hide the ugly plastic ones your store-bought houseplants came in.
- Scrap Cardboard
- Copper Contact Paper
- Small Plants or succulents
DIY may not be an official Scrabble word, but for this DIY planter project, it’s a total game-winner.
If you're currently renting an apartment or studio, you might feel limited in the projects you can undertake. Not true! There's no reason let the homeowners hog all the fun. While extreme renovations like tearing down a wall are definitely out of the question, there's no end to the amount of landlord-friendly do-it-yourself projects out there. For those of you wondering how to decorate an apartment, we've rounded up 70 of our favorite rental-approved DIYs. From temporary transformations to space-saving projects, there's lot of DIY to go around in the world of apartment decorating.
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 The space was totally out of date, dark and uninviting.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!
I always buy more plants during the holidays (when they're on super sale!) and am then searching for places to put them come January. This cool IKEA hack would look great on any desk with some greenery cascading down the side!
One of the things we love to do year after year during the holiday season is wreath-making! It's a relaxing and fun way to get into the festive spirit the whole family can enjoy. This year, we leaned toward our usual Scandinavian-inspired look, but using found and foraged materials. Sometimes, there is so much beauty in our own backyards or neighborhoods, if we just take the time to explore!
Now that the holiday season is in full swing, we're unloading the decor faster than you can say, "Jingle Bells"! The tree is covered. There's a wreath on the front door. The mantel is taken care of. But what about the house plants? You can totally get things feeling a little more merry with one of these easy little tricks!
Themed gift baskets make amazing, affordable, memorable gifts. The key is to pick the items carefully and to pay attention to the presentation. Here are fifteen of my very favorite gift basket ideas for the upcoming holiday season!
Feeling in the DIY mood this holiday season? Then you'll want to peruse and pin our DIY gift guide; we highlight no less than 75 tutorials that cover just about everyone on your gift-giving list. Men, women, tweens
Our Front Porch Was in Seriously Bad Shape ... Now, We Can't Spend Enough Time Out There
When my wife and I bought our first home earlier this year, we opted for a few pretty rigorous inspections. The house is ninety years old, and we plan to stay here for the rest of our lives. It was a major investment, and we wanted to make sure it was a wise one.
This fall, with the help of
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