Have you seen the mini stepstools that you can buy at the store? No offense, but they're not that glamorous. Even the ones from IKEA are a bit cheap-looking. This simple DIY stool is small enough to tuck away, but lovely enough to keep out all the time!
So psyched to be able to share the first of two projects from my recently released book, MASON JAR NATION (Cool Springs Press, 2016)! This DIY hanging air plant (tillandsia) planter is found in the "Crafts" section of the book and it's one of my favorites. (Although, to be honest, there are a lot of favorites in the book--as it should be, otherwise they wouldn't have made it into the book!) This project ranks medium on the
Recently Stacy made over her friend Taralyn's laundry room, and the results are nothing less than dramatic. The room, or rather, passageway, as it is just off the garage and functions as an entry of sorts to the rest of the home, was well-defined as "builder grade." After its makeover, the
For those of you who are fans of HGTV's hit show Fixer Upper, you're going to want to see this incredible makeover. This was the kitchen from their "Beanstalk Bungalow" project... before. Just wait until you see what it looks like now.
We just completed a big move from a small office space into a much larger, 'OMG is this for real' studio. For me, moving ranks right up there with the greatest of nuisances - dental visits, airport security lines, and flu shots. I recognize I'm complaining from a place of great privilege an opporunity ... but moving just stinks.
To make this move slightly less irritating, I pulled out a few tricks I've learned from previous...
We all have dealt with cluttered kitchen cabinets before me. If you're like me, you collect dishes and run out of storage space fairly quickly. This raised plate shelf is a great solution to help you get the most out of those cabinets!
Alexis's DIY embroidered canvas art is about the sweetest art DIY art project I've seen in ages. Not only is it a snap to make, it's fool-proof. To replicate her creation, all we need is some stretched canvas, embroidery floss or craft thread, a needle, scissors, ruler and a pencil and eraser. To see how Alexis put it all together, please visit Persia Lou....
Televisions are a reality for most people, but that doesn't change the fact that they're not the prettiest thing to look at. There are ways to camouflage them, however, so they don't look like the center of the space. So today we're sharing ten clever ways to hide or disguise them.
The front wall of our living room needed something. It was just begging for an accent wall, but we weren't sure what sort of material. Until we found Timberchic, a company that creates reclaimed wood specifically to be placed on the wall. It would lend a bit of a rustic feel to a space desperately searching for an identity, and some much-needed textural interest. Click through to find out how it turned out - and to learn how to do it yourself.
For most, subway tile in the kitchen is a classic look. It's clean. It's simple. But it can be a costly and time-consuming project to take on yourself. However, this tile hack is pure genius and looks fantastic! Dreams just came true for renters everywhere!
Erin used humble brass macrame rings to make this striking wall art. Although she used 12 - 8" rings for a rectangular effect, it could be adapted to different configurations to fit just about any
I used to think of the Lazy Susan as old fashioned, something that Grandma might have had on the table back in the day. Until I started using one. They're so handy! And after running across this colorful Lazy Susan tutorial, I decided I had to share it with you. Click through to check out the awesome final product.
My new favorite verb: pom-pomize. (As in to put pom-poms on stuff.) Lara does it to plain, cloth napkins, and she does it the no-sew way. Now, being a nervous-Nelly, I'd probably opt to
The IKEA Duktig play kitchen is a popular item for families around the world, but it has a bit of a generic feel. It is also easily customizable, however; so many have given it a more personalized feel by changing the colors, adding metallic details and even creating backsplashes and storage. Here are ten super creative IKEA play kitchen makeovers that are sure to inspire you!
Televisions aren't a necessity, but most bedrooms and living rooms have them. You can equip your living space with one, but still hide it with a clever and cool option like one of these below!