I always love seeing creative, affordable solutions to decor dilemmas and this DIY pegboard headboard does not disappoint!
When Michele saw artist Valérie Boy's Féérie Florale, she was struck with inspiration. She wanted to attempt to make a knock off of sorts. The fact that the original is powder-coated metal and stands six feet tall, that didn't dissuade Michele. She jumped right in and adapted to suit the materials available to her and her expertise. Here's what
I took a bunch of different printmaking classes in college, but this technique still blows my mind! No fancy presses, machines, or chemicals required -- just regular old gelatin. Amazing, right?
Adding a pattern to the back of a bookcase or china cabinet is a great way to give it a shot of personality. Linda figured out a great way to do it with ease AND a fear of commitment.
This might be the most amazing DIY rug I've ever seen. Heck, it might be the most amazing rug period!
As my family embarks on yet another year in our rented condo, I finally threw down the gauntlet and rebelled against bare, naked walls. A girl can only handle so much white. While I've been sneaking framed art here and there (my husband whines about having to fill holes when we eventually move), it was time to pull out the big guns: Fabric.
As a lover of film and TV, this might be my favorite wall art shopping guide so far! It was also really, really, really hard to narrow it down to a mere 20 prints. My suggestion?? Hit up your favorite online marketplace (Etsy, Society6, Cargoh, Supermarket, etc.) and do a search for the shows you love the most. It'll blow your mind. Meanwhile, here are my picks for awesome movie- and TV-inspired prints!
If you've got $15, a steady hand, and a bit of patience, you can turn a boring wall like this...
It was a warm Sunday morning in March, and Alicia, Ayla and I were sitting on the front steps enjoying the unseasonable sunshine and blowing bubbles. Watching your three-year-old squeal with glee as she chases luminescent soap spheres is about as good as it gets, and those moments get burned in your memory pretty easily.
But just then Alicia grabbed her iPhone and snapped a picture that I think will be iconic of Ayla's childhood. As...
Why spend your money on art when you need to save it for framing? Just kidding. (Sorta.) But finding awesome art is really just a click and a Control+P away. Here's a round up of options for you.
Last month, we featured ten modern DIY art projects that ranged from bold and graphic to subdued and subtle. We're back at it again with a fresh new roundup of contemporary art inspiration -- and it's all stuff you can make yourself (of course). Enjoy!
Becca was inspired by Z Gallerie's Subway art series, but not impressed with the $250 price tag. She made her own version in a few simple steps.
I'm a big believer in surrounding yourself with art and think kids deserve awesome art, too! Here are a few of my favorite prints from talented artist and illustrators from around the globe. Check them out and if you know of anyone else who should be on the list, tell us in the comments!
Some of the more head-scratching design spaces are where two levels meet: the stairwell. Here are 6 designer and artist ideas to get some creative juices flowing.