I love this DIY headboard. Why? Because it would look equally amazing in a traditional or modern home!
In just four days, Yamini turned her sad and uninviting guest room into a prize-winning retreat. Besides the lovely room, the payoff also included recognition by Atlanta Home Improvement Magazine and $1,000. An old Craiglist find, wall lights, an art-piece headboard
Curbly recently had the great pleasure of creating a series of Mid-Century Modern holiday decorations for DIY Network, including everything from ornaments to stockings to wreaths. We'll be sharing the projects week-by-week as Christmas approaches. First up?
There's not a whole lot more that I love than the combo of walnut, succulents, and a pop of color. So, when (our very own Editor-in-Chief) Chris made these awesome DIY floating planter shelves, I flipped out -- in a good way!
When I came across this lighting project, I did a double take because I could hardly believe it was a DIY. It is so well done, the finished project looked more like something I could buy than something I could make on my own. Thankfully, for us crafters and creators, this is a genuine do-it-yourself project. Here's how to make your own industrial lamp, IKEA hack and all.
Branches, twigs, and logs -- oh my! Turn this readily available material into stylish decor accessories. Stumped? Here are 15 awesome projects to get the creative juices flowing.
I stumbled across this Ready-Made submission that Das rote Paket received for a competition they were running. It's cheap, cheerful and quirky, key ingredients for my kind of DIY.
Do you have a stack of old books that don't fit on your overflowing book shelf anymore? Here's a clever way to reuse those books as a unique headboard.
Our current dining table is glass, but the part of me that longs to live in a Craftsman-meets-Modern style home in the Pacific Northwest really wants something a little more like this DIY beauty!
Nothing says fall like cinnamon-scented candles, gourds, and a smattering of red maple leaves. Before you get completely carried away, though, here are 5 stylish DIY ideas for using candles (and the odd gourd or two) in your autumn decor!
If you've ever dreamed about building a small home office in your backyard, you are going to want to click through on this one. I can't believe they did this for $400, and without building plans, no less.
Ah, wall hooks. The perfect little decor element: form, function, and DIYable to the max!
Looking for a reason to break out the power tools this weekend? I have one for you: this arrow marquee light.
Inspired by one of my favorite lights (the Frame Pendant by Iacoli & McAllister if you're curious), this DIY version is equally colorful and a fraction of the cost. Also? The perfect project for a rainy and cold autumn afternoon!
I am almost tired of my girls asking me when it will be Halloween... except that I can hardly wait for it to come too. Since it seems we all need a little help in the patience department, we might as well instigate an advent for Halloween. I rounded up a few of my favorites from the web to share our excitement with you.
The process usually goes like this: you're careful with your measurements, make dead-on accurate cuts, properly attach and glue everything together, sand it as smooth as glass, and then ... you screw everything up on the finish.
If you've ever built or refinished something made of wood, you've probably experienced this headache: the end grain turns out much darker than the side grain.
Looking to add a little woodsy warmth to your abode? Then you'll definitely want to put this DIY log slice side table to your to-do list!
If you change your artwork almost as often as you change your clothes, this minimal gallery board DIY should probably be on your must-make list this weekend. You'll have less holes in the wall and a stronger focal point for art clusters and other groupings.
If you have ever come across an old table base, with no top, this before and after is one you'll want to bookmark for future reference.
Last week, I boarded an early morning flight and took off for a whirlwind trip to NYC for Fashion Week (OMG) and, most importantly, for the BIG REVEAL of all the HP Designer Matchup Challenge projects, including the Glo Planter by TUG Studio. It was a crazy adventure full of tiny food, incredible people, puppies, flair, and awesome design. Also? The Glo Planter -- IN REAL LIFE! Ready to see it for yourself? Read on!