Yeah, that isn't hyperbole. This rescue is nothing less than jaw-dropping. For me, it's because if confronted with such a space, I wouldn't know where to begin. The brickwork looked in good condition, but there was a lot of it. As for that banister, oye. But spaces such as this are what
Imagine leaving for work in the morning, and when you return home that evening, your one-note living room has been transformed into an eclectic symphony punctuated with color. That's exactly what happened
The chalkboard paint trend has been kicking around the Internet for a while now, and some of you may be over it. I, however, definitely am not. I still can't get enough of the stuff!
I love that it's both attractive and functional, and it's very versatile too. So scroll on to see fifteen fresh new ways to use this ingenius material.
1. Place a chalkboard behind your party treats, and...
Mandy admits she is obsessed with miniature plastic animals. Her preoccupation led to a delightful wall art project. Supplies are minimal, as you can tell from the picture above. You can buy the plastic animals here. They went from those, to this:
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Miniature Mounted Menagerie! [The Haps]
Putting together that roundup of clean and bright entryways recently left me feeling inspired and eager to create my own interpretation. There were a few elements that really stuck out as adaptable to any style or space. Read on for tips for creating your own artful entryway!
Most bulletin boards are boring, but there's nothing dull about this bright yellow dazzler. This brilliant Ikea hack uses the Ung Drill frame and lots of wine corks to create a beautiful and functional board worthy of proud display in your living room or kitchen. Or office. Or anywhere, really!
Last year was full of changes for our family, and in particular for my daughter. A new house, a new brother, and a new pre-school. That's why, when I started thinking about how to design her new room in the Curbly House, I wanted it to be perfect, inspiring, cozy, and hers. The day we moved in, Ayla's room was the most done room in the house, and to date, it's the only done room in the house. This room was my baby, and it's for my baby, so today I'm going to show you more pictures than a proud grandma stores in her wallet. Let's go!
Matte nail polish is kind of a big deal right now. It's a change from the typical glossy manicure and it can give you pretty cool effects when you're going all out with the nail art.
Since I'm a cheapo, I thought it would be fun to do a Pintervention on some of the DIY matte nail polish recipes I've seen floating around. The one I pinned turned out to be nothing more than a photo from Real Simple and I couldn't find the actual post...
Dina has the secret for making typographical string art without having to employ a hammer. That's because she's not using wood
Form and function and a bold pattern -- all wrapped into one? I'll take it!
Sick of white walls? Want to add some texture and tone to your walls without dealing with sticky wallpaper paste? Well I have just the answer for you. Ten of them, actually. Read on to see how to spice up a room without dealing with the hassle and high cost of wallpaper.
Last week, I talked about finding interiors inspiration in the most unlikely of places, and this week I am building on that post with ten tips to a cozy, modern space.
The more places I decorate, the more I am reminded that decorating a home should be stress-free and fun. You just have to take it one room at a time. Right now, my husband and I are working on our living room. So I thought that would be a good place to start with today's tips.
I love this light-up sign idea! While the wording isn't particularly applicable to my life (no kids here!), it's a clever wall art / lighting combo project that could easily be adapted to anyone's space or personal style!
If you are looking for an alternative to hanging paintings or photography on those blank walls, I have a project for you. Make this minimal, geometric piece of wall art instead, with wooden rods in an afternoon.
The ALT Hotel in Nova Scotia put a call out to Instagram users for submissions to create a mural in their lobby. In two weeks, they had 80,000 photos submitted by photographers from around the world. The creators of the mural