It is that time of year when people gather. I love the look of simple centerpieces and tablescapes. Today I am going to share with you a little DIY candle holder that can be used for a fall table centerpiece. In a month it also can transition to your mantel decor for Christmas.
I cannot tell you how much I am crushing on this woven pendant lampshade. Although, to be clear, it's actually TWO lampshades. Their shapes aren't identical, but their lower circumference is. And that's the important thing, because that's where
Agata used brass pipe fittings and furniture legs/feet to make oh-so-moody candle holders to enhance her Halloween dining experience. She simply
Everyone has inexpensive frames lying around their house. Here's how you can take a pretty plain frame, and warm it up with a DIY copper mat. The DIY skill level required is low. If you can purchase copper foil tape and know how to "peel-n-stick"...you got this DIY -- no problem.
Confession: I find it difficult parting with shoe boxes. Actually any "Nice Box." You know what I mean. A sturdy, box that's in pristine, un-dented condition. Not too big, but not too small, and possibly perfect for a yet-unknown something that will need to be mailed
Is anybody else sick of all the cheesy orange Halloween decor that's filling every craft store? I know I am. So I decided to try making a more modern wreath for Halloween. And get this - it's an IKEA hack! This wreath is made out of a Ribba picture frame, and covered with pretty paper flowers. Click through to check out the final product and the full tutorial.
While Halloween is a fun holiday to decorate for, you run the risk of going overboard with the jack-o-lanterns and spiders and ghosts. Sometimes store-bought decorations can look downright cheesy. So today we're sharing some elegant ideas that will keep your home looking classy this October.
It's time to start saving those tea bags people because, yes, this weird and wonderful wall art is made using a bunch of them. Along with some tree branches and
We've seen filing cabinets, and dressers turned into kitchen islands, but this is the first time I've seen a console table turned into one. And the outcome?? Gorgeous! And PERFECT for small spaces. The idea comes from
If you're on the look out for good deals and unique finds for your home you should check out your local architectural salvage store or community ReStore. Here are some reasons why...
If you are a big DIYer, then odds are you have some yarn scraps lying around. Or if you're like me, you have tons of yarn scraps. So today I'm sharing some great ways to use up those scraps. Click through to check out ten of my favorite yarn-busting DIY projects.
High praise to Mandi who transformed a simple wooden bowl (one of the 50 secondhand things we NEVER pass up) into one of the most beautiful planters we've ever seen. Ingeniously, she used wooden ring holders as legs. The adaption just might catch on
IKEA has long been a great source for inexpensive home wares, and people have been creating hacks out of those products for almost as long. And some of those hacks are so unique that it's difficult to tell they're even IKEA products. Click through to check out ten of our favorite such hacks.
We’ve spent enough time on Craigslist and in secondhand and resale shops to know a good deal when we see one, so we decided to put together a list of 50 things that make us a bit giddy when we spot them on Craigslist, or at the ReStore and Goodwill. If we’ve missed anything, please share what you feel
Do you know how easy it is to create your own printed textiles? It can seem a little unconventional, but that's half the fun! Grab some odd objects from around the house and create some truly unique patterns!