Gilded sea urchins, 3D starbursts, Mid-Century-inspired/Sputnik-esque wall art: whatever you want to call these there's no denying that they're an awesome way to add some pizzazz to your walls for cheap! Continue Reading
Making your own upholstered headboard could be more simple than this modern sued version from The Fox and She! Continue Reading
I've always struggled with finding a way to organize my jewelry that is both functional and aesthetically pleasing. In fact, I've basically given up on that notion entirely and resorted to hanging my necklaces in a twisted mess on my closet doorknob. But enough is enough! Here's a super stylish -- and insanely easy -- DIY solution to the jumbled jewelry problem. Continue Reading
I have a set of reclaimed branch pencils that I love and happily display in a little cup on my desk. I've often wondered how to make them -- or something similar -- and it seems like I wasn't the only one with this question! Continue Reading
Confession: I love IKEA furniture. I love that it's affordable. I love that it's modern. And I love that it can get an easy makeover to become a custom piece of furniture!
We are seven days into the new year and I am definitely drinking my fair share of coffee this first full week in January. I even bought a few new mugs over the holiday break as a little treat to myself. So I'll definitely be making one of these hanging coffee cup holders to display my newest purchases. Continue Reading
When you're expecting guests, an extra table or two always comes in handy. The go-to solution is typically a card table, which can easily be folded and stored away, but sometimes (okay, most of the time) they're just plain ugly.
Check out what this clever DIYer did to up the style ante while still maintaining all the functionality of the original table: Continue Reading
A good dining table is hard to find. In my experience, they're super expensive and never quite right. But the second I found this one, I fell in love. Its hexagonal shape gives it character and provides seating for six people, while its pipe legs lend an industrial feel. Click through to see the final product and find out how to make one yourself.
This closet started out like almost any other closet... with a jumble of clothing hanging on mismatched hangers, and heaps of random household items in messy piles. But with some vision and determination, it has been completely transformed into a colorful, organized craft closet with a dedicated spot for every tool.