It's Fiesta Friday and we're talkin' decorations for the colorful holiday, Cinco De Mayo. You've got a weekend to prep and here are a few (cinco, to be exact!) projects to help you celebrate in a fantastically fringe-y way!
This month at Curbly we're focusing on sewing and fabric projects, so I wanted to start off with some really clever DIY fabric tutorials for the kitchen. The concepts may not be revolutionary, but the way in which they are executed is completely genius. And with a wide range of skill levels included, there's something for everyone!
I'm all about mini makeovers with a maximum impact. And that's exactly what this vase DIY is! Looking at it, right away you would think it's been painted. Oh no no no, my friends. This is not paint! It's easier than that!
May is the best month of the year, in my opinion. First there's Cinco de Mayo, then Mother's Day, and Memorial Day too. And spring cleaning is another good activity for this time of year. So I've rounded up ten festive, colorful (and free!) printables to brighten things up this spring.
I'm all over art that doesn't involve paint and a brush--because I'm terrible at that sort of thing--which is why I LOVE this project. No paint; just tape! The secret to getting the effect of tumbling blocks is in the 60 degree cuts of the decorative medium, namely, 3 differentContinue Reading
This makeover, in my opinion, is proof that you can turn any room into something special. As you can see, the space is pretty unoriginal. But sometimes starting with something this plain can be a good thing - it's the perfect excuse to really go crazy with color and texture. Read on to see the amazing result.
If you're ready to roll up your sleeves and tackle a DIY project or two, I have a handful of suggestions for you. With weekend projects ranging from dip dyed placemats to stenciled doormats, you're bound to find something that tickles your fancy. Here are seven DIY project ideas to kick off your weekend. Continue Reading
Always losing your keys? If you had one of these DIY key organizers hanging by the front door, I bet you wouldn't have that problem anymore. Find out how to make your own with the supplies you see above, in about an hour. Continue Reading
It's a widely known design "rule" that painting a room a light color makes it feel larger. So, therefore, painting a small room a dark color will make it feel even smaller. But others feel that dark walls recede visually into the background making a space feel larger. And some people don't care about the rules to begin with. Continue Reading
The thing about older houses is: their quirks and charms aren't always functional. A tucked away, sloped-ceiling closet with an awkward layout just wasn't cutting it for these homeowners. So, with some hard work and a creative eye, they transformed this space into a beautiful and oh-so-functional master closet. Continue Reading
Sometimes wood can be an intimidating material to work with, but you don't necessarily need a whole garage full of power tools to create something beautiful. And it can be pretty affordable, too! Here are ten of my favorite DIY decor projects using wood.
Whether having a baby, getting married, or moving to a new house, transitional periods of life are a perfect time to give a thoughtful gift to friends and family. It's a simple act of love that can significantly impact the recipients. It might just be a few little household items, but they are household items that come with an intrinsic value deeper than kitchen towels or recipe cards., because it comes from a place of thoughtfulness and care. And in the end, that's what the receiving party will remember. Continue Reading
When I think of wall treatments, wallpaper usually comes to mind. Or paint. But sometimes I forget that you can paint a wall to actually look like wallpaper. Here are some unbelievable examples of hand-painted walls. You'll be inspired, I promise!