Summer is the season of the fruit. And I especially love when it translates into home decor. Think doormats, table runners, and now, shelving. These fruit shelves are so fun and perfect for a playroom!
See, my wife and I just bought our first home, and while we were lucky to find a house in inner...
Sure, we have plenty of games for the kids to play... but what about the fun-loving adults?! There are lots of great backyard games out there that will bring your party up a notch. Here are ten DIY games to get your guests' competitive spirits flowing.
Every outdoor living space needs some greenery to liven up the place, but sometimes space can be limited or lacking opportunity to plant your pretty gardens. This minimal and modern planter is a great way to designate areas for easy greenery and plants. You can move it wherever, whenever!
Need a new headboard? Then you'll want to check out these 5 clever ideas to add to your Pinterest board. There's something for every style
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!
There's the mudroom and that's basically my dumping ground for bags, hats, shoes, toys, laundry, etc. And then there's the entryway and that's reserved for the neat-looking hats and bags and one-off unique and stylish items. This accordion hat rack belongs in a beautiful entryway! Maybe yours?!
Each year, we see the piles of endless outdoor decor stock up in our favorite shops. It can be very overwhelming when these pieces are simply set on shelves showing no personality or potential. A great way to get started is doing a little research before you go in the hunt and decide what style and look you might be wanting to achieve for your outdoor living space this year. Here are 8 modern outdoor living spaces that will surely...
At $4.99 US, IKEA's Marius stool must be one of the least expensive pieces of furniture that the retailer sells. With that in mind check out this project that elevates the lowly stool to new heights, thanks to a chunk of tree stump. The tutorial couldn't be easier. Take the Marius
We've been into industrial-style DIYs lately over here at Curbly, so today we thought we'd share some gorgeous industrial furniture projects that you can make yourself. These DIYs are filled with weathered wood, pipes and metal accents, giving them an oh-so-trendy look. Keep reading to check them out.
What is it about gold that just makes things better? It's amazing what a bit of metallic paint can do. So today we're sharing ten gorgeous, glamorous gilded DIYs for your office or workspace. Keep reading to check 'em out.
Today, we're adding 10 more dining tables you can build yourself to our original 5, which you can see here. In this roundup, we're covering a variety of styles and DIY capabilities. (Although it might help to have a certain amount of DIY temerity to fabricate the last one
I've been in the market for a picnic basket for a while now, but I've discovered that it's difficult to find a contemporary one that is affordable. Then the other day, as I was browsing at IKEA, it came to me - transform the Viktigt into a picnic basket! And yet another IKEA hack was born.
Using just a few materials and a very cool pencil holder--YES, a pencil holder--we too can make a cool cake stand. Granted, it's not your usual pencil holder, which might make you think it comes from some high-end retailer. It doesn't! It comes from Target for only $7.99.
Other stuff we'll need to make one include a round piece of wood...
The RAST dresser is one of those basic, unfinished pieces of furniture from IKEA that just begs to be redone. So there are a lot of RAST hacks out there. But every now and then I run across a super inventive one... like the one I'm sharing with you today. Click through to check it out.
Bar carts are super trendy right now, but they can also be super expensive. If you're looking for a cheap and minimal option, this easy DIY is definitely for you. And who doesn't like taking pre-existing pieces and transforming them into something new? Simply turn an outdated and bland TV tray into a minimalistic bar cart!
I love the fourth of July just as much as the next girl, but I'm not the biggest fan of cheesy, literal decorations and DIYs - I prefer a more subtle look for my Independence Day celebrations. And I'm guessing I'm not alone, right?! Here are ten of my favorite understated, less traditional patriotic DIY ideas for the upcoming holiday.
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!
Can we talk about spray paint for a minute? I love all the possibilities that it creates including getting the look of granite for less! These pretty granite airplant holders actually aren't granite at all! But you wouldn't know it! See for yourself!
I've seen several options for boot trays, but this one looks easy to make from start to finish! And the final touch with rocks is a great way to clean off your heels before walking through that door! Check it out!