Jacqueline had been meaning to buy a headboard and add more lighting to her bedroom, but hadn't found the time to do either. Enter NY designer Amanda Nisbet who, in one day, made over the room to suit Jacqueline's style perfectly. Besides not having a headboard and enough lighting, before Jacqueline wasn'tContinue Reading
Now that we have an extra hour of daylight in the day, it means that spring is right around the corner. And that can only mean one glorious thing: fresh flowers are coming. We've waiting all winter for this time of year, am I right? Rather than display your blooms in an ordinary vase, considering making one of these 15 DIYS first. You'll be glad you did when you pick up a fresh bouquet of daffodils!
My obsession with gold only gets more severe as time goes on, and judging by my Pinterest feed, lots of other people feel the same way. I use gold paint quite often, but rarely gold leaf... so I thought I'd highlight some great (and easy) projects using this unique material.
I don't know about you, but I can always use more storage containers! If this sounds like your situation, check out this easy and colorful DIY container idea. Continue Reading
I have about a million plain glass vases. And a ton of old nail polish. If you browse Pinterest long enough, you're bound to run into a million different marbled glass tutorials using nail polish (like this beauty Rachel did for Poppytalk) ... so I decided to give it a go! Click through to find out how to do this super easy project.
I find that items for the home often make the best gifts. And handmade? Even better! Here's a list of ten of my very favorite handmade gifts from a variety of Etsy sellers.
Tiny twinkly lights on bendable wires may be the best invention ever. They're star-like, and whimsical, and they make everything they touch immediately festive and delightful.
While you can wrap these bendy little strands around everything from branches to ceramic figurines, my favorite use for them is to cloche them, alá Restoration Hardware:
Do you see how those beauties are like magic captured under glass?Continue Reading
If you don't already have a vase to display your fall blooms, then you absolutely need to check out this faux copper pipe vase by Oleander and Palm. While you could actually cut copper pipe and follow the same instructions, it's nice to know you can make something similar with half the effort (and tools!).Continue Reading
When you look up "fall decor" on Pinterest, a lot of over-the-top, cheesy stuff comes up (in my opinion). So today I wanted to share some inspiration that would appeal to those of you who err on the side of simple and sophisticated. Read on for ten gorgeous ideas!
It's that time of year again, when summer ends and it's time to go back to school. And if you're a college student, that means it's dorm room decorating time! Here are ten great DIY ideas that will have your space looking colorful and unique in no time.
I love this type of project... the kind that uses an unexpected (not so pretty) item to make something beautiful. For this tutorial, a Pringles container is transformed into a gorgeous vase. Click through to see the final product.
These bundt cake pans aren't just for baking. Nope, these $3 finds from the Salvation Army are also great as colorful hanging planters for succulents and other houseplants. Continue Reading
Mason jars are versatile little containers, and their rustic charm is just irresistible. They've become super popular lately, and DIY projects have been popping up all over the internet. Click through for ten fabulous mason jar crafts that you can make for your home.
My flower arrangements always tend to look the same. Multiple stems of the same type of flower in a generic glass vase. Maybe some of you have the same habit? Well, in the hopes of solving that problem, I've collected some inspirational centerpiece ideas that would be perfect for the picnic table at your next family barbecue.
The floral trend is big in the fashion world these days, and it is quickly moving into home decor as well. And after a long, cold winter, these colorful patterns feel cheerful and incredibly inviting. Here are ten ways to jump on the botanical bandwagon.
Al and I moved into our very first home last year, and have since been tackling projects little by little. We bought the house knowing we would need to put a little work into it, and really, that was the aspect that was most appealing to us. After a few small projects, we decided it was time to begin putting our thumb print on this house, starting with our one and only bathroom.Continue Reading
Before we start, a NOTE: If using these paper holders with traditional flamed candles, use them as CUFFS around glass jars ONLY with NO paper hanging over the top of the jars. To be completely safe, it would be best to use them with flameless candles.
Kate provides all the details, including a very handy PDF, toContinue Reading
Copper is a huge trend in DIY decor right now, as are those hardy little air plants you see everywhere. But what happens when you combine the two?! These awesomely minimal DIY copper air plant vases, that's what! Continue Reading
Redecorating your home is not necessarily synonymous with spending a ton of money. Believe it or not, there are lots of things you can do that won't cost you a penny. Read on for some clever ideas.
Save money on expensive pots and planters with this quick and easy project that will conceal any ugly plastic container in about five minutes, for less than $1 a piece. Continue Reading