Rustic home décor has become popular lately, and not just in cabins or mountain homes. Natural elements like wood, glass, iron and wool fill these spaces, and with a bit of strategic decorating they can be totally chic and stylish. And while they can have the tendency to be pricey, we've culled through the internet to find some affordable options. Keep reading to check them out.
Laura's living room was a "basic builder's beige" when she and her family first moved into her home. It is a lovely space and seemed to have nice natural lighting thanks to a couple of long windows that flank her fireplace, but that "builder beige" seemed to act like a sponge, sucking it up
This August we're devoting each week of the month to a different decor style or theme. This week, we're all about the mid-century modern (MCM) style. The clean lines, geometric shapes, and natural woods and metals make this style iconic and evergreen. MCM treasures are widely sought-after and coveted by collectors, making it difficult and pricey to get your hands on the real deal.
The good news is you can achieve a MCM...
Laundry isn't my favorite thing to do. It isn't in my top 10 of house chores. But maybe if I had these awesome laundry baskets hanging out in my room, I'd be more inclined to keep up with the wash and be cheerful while doing it!
Corrie Beth's maidenhair fern mobile takes me to a place of tranquility. It's so light and delicate and dreamy, don't you think? As you can probably imagine, the supplies to make one are minimal, and include
What's a room without a coffee table? Some would call it "unfinished". In most cases, a room doesn't feel complete until a coffee table is placed in the center or focal point of the room. Not only are they great resting places for feet, they're also a spot for highlighting your accessories. Here are 10 mid-century beauties that fit any budget!
It's no secret that we at casa Curbly are big lovers of everything mid-century modern (MCM). The classic, clean lines of this style of furniture make it timeless and easy to blend with different styles. But true MCM pieces can be hard to come by, and even harder to afford. We've rounded up some of our favorite MCM looks for a fraction of the price. And, while nothing beats the quality and durability of a classic MCM piece, these...
Having once turned a picture frame into a zen garden, I'm all over this clever idea of turning a shadowbox into a fairy garden. Because succulents were used, there shouldn't be a big issue with the fact that the shadowbox isn't
This living room had lovely architectural details, but like many older homes, the finishes felt dated and the whole space needed some creativity. And boy, did it ever get it! Keep reading to check out this beautiful living room makeover.
When Lindsay's dad spotted this end table at a garage sale, he knew he had to buy it for Lindsay to resurrect. To be sure, the little table was in rough shape. The veneer on the drawer fronts was peeling off, and the top
Eclectic style is defined by interiors with not only varied styles, but also a variety of eras, color palettes, and textures. It is a style where the goal is to look "collected" over time. An eclectic space can have more "splurges" for higher end pieces because the cost of the space is spread out over time...sometimes years. Today I'm going to recreate budget friendly versions of some of my favorite eclectic spaces to show you that these rooms can be accomplished affordably.
Everyone in your family deserves a stylish little place of their own. We love our cat, Pumpkin, but he isn't allowed on the sofa. I'm just not a fan of pet hair on everything. I wanted to give him his own special spot, without sacrificing style in our home. This easy-to-make pet bed cost only $10 in materials. Instead of buying expensive designer fabric, I created my own look with modern black and white splatter effect. I'll happily let it live in our living room and with its removable cover, I can easily wash it often to keep the air issues at bay.
Marquee light signs seem to be popping up everywhere, from store shelves to Pinterest boards and everywhere in between. And I recently I got to thinking... perhaps I could make my own using string lights? So today I wanted to share with you a fun DIY marquee sign that you can customize exactly to your liking. Keep reading to check it out!
I'm in love with this mobile. (Seriously.) Because it's copper, it's not only beautiful, but it can be used indoors and outdoors. Its maker, Rachel, chose to put her's outdoors and left it unsealed so it develops a natural patina over
Nicole Gibbons was given a tall order when asked to re-do the smaller bedroom in a clients' 2-bedroom NYC apartment. It started as a "big boy room" for their toddler son, but a few months into the project--surprise--the couple learned they were adding another kiddo to the group. Nicole's plan had to change--big time. Now the room had to service a growing toddler AND a new baby, a baby, by the way...