Honestly, would you take a second look at these two dining side chairs if you came across them on CL or at the GW? If you think they looked rough on the outside, they looked even WORSE on the inside. Check
Add some serious character to your bar area with this easy DIY wall mounted bottle opener! It won't take long to make, and it's sure to elicit all kinds of oohs and aahs from your friends. Click through to check out the full photo tutorial.
This kitchen had many problems. A lack of color, mismatched cabinets and a grungy feel. Until Megan Pflug got her hands on it. Click through to find out how she gave the space a complete makeover with no major renovations.
I'm sure you've seen the cool potato sack-esque storage bags circulating around the web. They're a practical storage solution for kids rooms and other spots around the house. This simple update looks fantastic and has me ready to grab the ol' paintbrush!
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.
The Marius Stool from IKEA is a functional, affordable piece - but it's not all that pretty. Utilitarian might be the word that comes to mind. Which means that it is perfect for a hack. Keep reading to find out how to transform your Marius into a plant stand with a bit of rustic flair.
This kitchen needed some serious help. It was various shades of beige, with a bit of dated brown mixed in. It was in desperate need of some character. And boy, did it ever get it. Click through to check out the unbelievable makeover.
Pantone did something radical for 2016. They picked TWO colors of the year: Rose Quartz (13-1520) and Serenity (15-3919). But that's not all. They didn't single them out as individual colors (as in either or) but both (as in blending). The colors, they say, create a balance of warm and cool tones and blur gender lines. They suggest that the emotions they invoke
It's that time of the year... when everyone is talking about how to curb the clutter. But it's also the time of year when budgets are tight. So why not make your own storage containers to save a few bucks? Here are ten of our favorite DIY baskets, bins and boxes to help you get organized.
When Sonya spotted this $5 lamp at a thrift store lamp, she knew it just needed a little love to make it stunning. Well, a little love, gold spray paint and wrapping paper. Wrapping paper?? Yup.
January is always an awkward time for home decor. The holidays are over, and your home feels so empty without all the festive decorations. Well, there's an easy solution - fill those empty gaps with winter themed decor. Don't worry, it's super simple to make the transition. Here are ten of our favorite ideas.
Where I live, in the Midwest, there are many homes that were built by the same builder in the 1980s and 1990s. These houses are similar in size, style, and materials. Is this your home? First let me say, there is no shame in owning one of these homes. They are generous in space, built in great locations, and are affordable. If you own one of these homes, it is easy to look at all the magazines and blogs filled with old houses, and wish for more character in your home. The character in older homes are often unexpected details found in things like trim, doors or built-ins. The goal today is to show how you can add a little character to your home by adding something unexpected. In this 1990s home we added the "unexpected" to the focal point in a home and which gave the home a little character.
If you haven't owned an Ektorp sofa or love seat, you've surely seen one. But I can almost guarantee you've never seen an Ektorp like this one. That's because when Helen found a corresponding discarded white slipcover
The IKEA Moppe series of drawers are plain and utilitarian, made of raw wood... almost inviting hacks and projects. But this particular hack transforms it drastically into a glamorous black quilted Coco Chanel-inspired set of drawers. Click though to check out the fabulous final piece.
Everyone loves to see bathroom makeovers. You know, the bathrooms that are completely gutted and completely reconfigured. Those bathrooms are fun and completely "pinnable" but for many are not attainable for many different reasons. This bathroom is pretty bad and very outdated. It was actually considered livable before the toilet, faucets, and that random turn dial light switch were taken out. In this bathroom makeover, everything you see besides the wallpaper, stayed in the bathroom. We refinished every surface and believe me, it does not look the same...
Paper straws suddenly became popular a while back (kind of like washi tape), and now I grab a box of them whenever I see them. Which means that now I suddenly have a lifetime supply of them. And I'm guessing some of you are in the same boat. Bur there are other, alternative ways to use them, aside from drinking through them... here are ten super clever DIY projects using paper straws.
I'm sure you've noticed the gold sea urchin. Those little guys are a hot commodity in the world of design and interior decor. But they're fragile, and they can cost a pretty penny. So how do you take the look for a test drive? With this easy peasy urchin hack, or course! Can you tell which one was handmade and which was a store-bought item?
I am a huge fan of simple, clean shapes, and triangle are my all time favorite. This little alternative Christmas tree was inspired by a tree I saw in a shop window in Sweden a couple years ago.
Not everybody has space for a giant Christmas tree. And some of us just love to have a variety of different trees (that's me!). If you're short on space, this hanging twig Christmas tree might be the perfect solution for you. It can be suspended over a tabletop, and you can also make it any size you like. Continue reading to check out the final result and to find out how to make one yourself.
The reason Sabrina & Mike's bathroom makeover clocked in on a tiny budget is because they used leftovers from their whole-house renovation. The bulk of the cash went to replacing the toilet and sink. Leftover oak flooring replaced