Got any confetti left over from your New Years eve celebration? No? No biggie. Any party store will have more. And you probably already have on hand the rest of the supplies you'll need to make this crazy cute and clever decorative bowl. Julieta
Forget using your hand to make a turkey--that was so last century. Now use that incredibly useful appendage to explore drawing in 3-D. The process is much simpler than you might imagine, but the outcome is kinda mind-blowing, especially when considering all it takes to do it
A few months ago, I used a metal shelving system from Sauder to tame some of the clutter in my workspace. Now that I've moved to a new place, I've found a couple new uses for this same exact shelf, and I'm happy to share the results.
Before you put those Christmas lights away, you must check out Liz's delightful ping pong ball/LED string light project. The balls give the lights a diaphanous quality that make them
I have to be honest: never in a million years would I have looked at an aluminum baseball bat and thought "Hey, that would make an awesome light!". But, someone did and you know what? They were right!
If you didn't know it by now, you can do amazing things with clay, and these colorful coasters by Oh Joy are proof! In less than an hour you can have a bright new addition to your coffee/dinner tables that would look great all year long. And if you've never worked with clay before, don't sweat it-- this project is the perfect place to start.
These would also be great to make if you're hosting guests on New...
This sequin-lined lampshade from DaWanda is like a perpetual celebration of New Year's Eve. Available in a variety of sequin colors, the lampshade clocks in at 86.90 Euros (about $106 US), but it looks like the maker doesn't ship to the US. What's a Yankee to do? Make one, of course. A black lampshade is easy to find, ($49 on Amazon), and just
Folding tables are typically all function, no form. They're usually pretty ugly, but they get the job done and can be stored in a closet when not in use. But this DIY idea aims to bring style to the basic folding table and the results are pretty great. You'll have to click through to see what I mean.
When we first moved into our house, we found that the previous owners left behind a gift: an old tire in the attic space of the garage. We were so touched, not. Hauling it to the recycling center was just another thing to add to the money pit's to-do list. Now I wish we would have kept it as old, dejected
With just three cuts of wood and a bit of glue, you can end up with a chic drink perch for your couch! Not only is it a smart space saving solution, but it also looks great with a few stripes.
Christmas is right around the corner! If you still don't have a tree (or the floor space) or you simply want to add a modern, festive touch to an empty wall, check out this easy DIY idea!
As craft cocktails continue to grace the drink lists of more and more menus across the country, stylish bar carts filled with craft liquors and unique ingredients are rising in popularity as well. Today we're going to share what we consider to be the essential components of every good bar cart.
When it comes to furniture makeovers, it seems that more often than not, the simplest changes can have the most impact. The idea of buying a less than perfect piece in hopes making it over to use in your home on a daily basis can seem overwhelming at times, but like Francois et Moi's thrift store table makeover, sometimes all a piece needs is a fresh coat of paint and an easy hardware change.
Generally, grandfather clocks are not topics of conversation in the Curbly neighborhood. However, because we all enjoy a makeover, here are two that might make you consider how a staple in the traditional 1970's home
Burlap is one of those materials that I always forget about, but it's really quite versatile. And it's especially prevalent this time of year. Here are ten super creative ways to decorate your home with burlap this holiday season.