This dilapidated farmhouse in Portland, Oregon needed some serious help. The home had reportedly been all but abandoned for years - until it was bought and renovated in 2014. Keep reading to check out the unbelievable transformation that took place shortly thereafter.
Sasha, aka Tattooed Martha, found the cart pictured above at Goodwill, and although it looks like it was in pretty good condition, its lack of personality just wasn't cutting it. So, Sasha busted out the Krylon and started blasting. Her choice of colors--Sea GlassContinue Reading
Designer Nancy Taylor's 18th Century farmhouse kitchen is her "dream kitchen." In Curbly style, Country Living breaks down the high-end makeover for a more budget-friendly route. $$$$ versusContinue Reading
Using square basswood dowels, that you can pick up at the craft supply store, you can make a set of these geometric air planter hangers. Curious to see how these are made?
A while back I reviewed several popular bottle cutters here on Curbly. (Yesterday I added the Kinkajou to the shootout). Today we're going to use one to turn a wine bottle into an inverted oil lamp that burns cooking oil. But first, let's talk about punts. A punt is theContinue Reading
In our home, we don't have a dedicated pantry 'room' like many new-build homes. Instead, our 90-year-old home has an awkwardly deep, store-all cupboard in the mudroom. While it's felt impossible to organize, I'm still holding out hope -- especially after seeing something these pantry makeovers! Continue Reading
There was nothing terrible about this living room. But there was nothing great either. And it had so much potential! Luckily, its owner had a vision and was able to transform it into something beautiful. Click through to see the stunning final space.
Yesterday, we told you all about our plans to make over our little boy's bedroom. Before we get to the big reveal, let's do a mini recap.
We moved into the Curbly House when our son was two weeks old. Because we were insane people who purchased, gutted, moved into, and attempted to furnish and decorate a whole house with a brand new baby, his room was left looking fairly generic.Continue Reading
When thinking of room makeovers, I always assumed that you'd have to paint or apply wall paper in order to achieve any noticeable results. Boy was I wrong! It turns out that you just need a sharpie and some tape to make a bold statement wall. And you don't even have to have mastered drawing a straight line in order for this to look good. Yes please!Continue Reading
Today, we're excited to share a guest post by Shehzeen of The Desi Wonder Women Blog. Take it away, Shehzeen....
Hi guys. I’m Shehzeen and I’m a lifestyle blogger with a disproportionately high obsession with home décor. I do a mix of DIY with solid, investment pieces and love, love mixing the old with new new.
I love repurposing and finding something that can that can perform a functionContinue Reading
Right now, our laundry room is in a dark, unfinished corner of our basement but we have plans to *someday* turn it into a room that doesn't give us the creeps. Until then, I'll just keep collecting inspiration! If you're in a similar boat, take a peek at these gorgeous laundry rooms. Continue Reading
We moved into the Curbly house when our little boy was two weeks old. It was a whirlwind, an epic frenzy of a time, and while we eventually put together a cozy nursery for our new little bundle, his nursery never developed a personality that reflected him.
I don't know about you, but I'll take all the help I can get in the organization department. And the refrigerator seemed like the perfect place for an organizational hub - the kitchen is where people tend to congregate, so it's the most logical place to keep lists, cards, etc. Click through to check out my full tutorial.
It's almost spring here in the northeast, and with the new season always comes a desire to do some deep cleaning and organization (for me anyways). So I thought I'd share some of my favorite free printables that will help you organize your space and make sure that it's in tip top shape for spring.
I love seeing DIY projects that involve remixing a piece of furniture for an entirely new purpose. And this dresser DIY definitely fits that category. Not only does the 'after' version look completely different, it also serves a brand new use, as a kitchen island (complete with butcher block and all). Curious to see how it turned out?