We've all got a few devices near the TV. From cable boxes, to blu-ray players, to streaming devices, it can get a bit cluttered. This minimalist cover looks like the perfect simple solution!
Every DIY enthusiast on the planet most likely already has the bulk of the supplies necessary to make these charger plates. Leftover underlayment or plywood, glue gun and glue, jig
When Jessica spotted Anthropologie's Swing Shelf ($108), she knew she could DIY one for a fraction of the cost. She did...and for only $25. Supplies were minimal and included some sisal rope, some copper
It's no secret that I have a bit of a love affair with plywood. I love that natural look, and the affordability and utility of the wood make it something that I just can't turn down when starting a new project. This colorfully simple headboard can be made in an afternoon and is a great HIS/HERS option!
Is your office in need of a little bit of TLC? Well, with spring on its way, it is the perfect time to get organized. Here are ten of our favorite DIY projects that will help you get your workspace in order.
If you've been following along with this series, you'll know that this project wasn't just a room makeover. It also involved some room swapping. My home office was going to be where my guest room was and vice versa. And my craft room was going to be a dedicated workout area. And my craft room was going to become a craft cubby located in the closet of the guest room. I'll admit it, I didn't think it was going to be possible to cram all my books, printers, and office and craft supplies into one room and make it make sense. BUT...after much planning, painting, and paring back, the room swapping experiment
The IKEA Nolmyra chair is cool to begin with, but just wait until you see what can be done to it with two picture frames and spray paint! The result is a unique, bright piece of furniture with arms for added functionality. Keep reading to check out the makeover.
Jenni used plywood, wood glue, and casing to fabricate this very cool geometric headboard. As for tools, they're minimal too. Spring clamps and a miter saw. Because she used a mix of unfinished casing
As my new office space started coming together, I realized I had a very large blank wall that needed some major artwork. On the opposing wall, I have a small trio of frames, so I didn't want to do the same on the big wall. But I didn't want just one big image either. So I did what we all do, I searched the internets for some inspiration. One product popped up from Umbra (pictured above) that caught my attention immediately. The 30" x 26 1/2" configuration would be perfect photographs that hold a special place in my heart but have yet found a special place enlarged on my walls.
The store-bought version costs a very reasonable $20, but I knew I could make one for next to nothing. Which I did. Actually, I made two
I'm pretty sure my jaw dropped to the floor when I saw how easy this table was to make. Why didn't I think of using MDF for something like this?! Totally genius. And totally doable. I have a feeling you're going to want to make a million and one coffee tables when you see how this one turned out!
Using flooring to resurface kitchen cabinets might sound weird. Using vinyl flooring to resurface kitchen cabinets might sound downright crazy. In the right hands, however, it's kinda genius. The owner of the kitchen pictured above blew her budget on appliances in her cozy kitchen, which meant all new cabinets were out of the question. With less than $300
Spring is here! And whether you're entertaining on the back patio or just want to give your front porch a little colorful update, here are 13 spaces that are filled with inspiration for a fun a colorful look!
This shelf might be the smartest little addition to a workspace or bedroom that I've seen in a while! Its versatility is truly inspirational and I can think of one million and one ways that I could use one in my own home! Just look at all the different uses!
Serious props to Jenise who made--yes, MADE--this concrete vanity countertop with an integral sink. Of course, she had to make templates and build forms first (pictured below). If you're wondering how she was able to get such stunning results, that's because she
Driftwood is one of those wonderful things that suits just about any decor, and it came be used as effortlessly inside as outside. To celebrate our favorite "found" wood, we've gathered together 15 ways to use them in our homes. We hope you love them as much as
If you're not in love with Instagram, maybe you've been living under a rock. Or maybe you've just been busy and haven't had time to really explore the millions of amazing accounts out there just bursting with inspiring images. If you're into woodwork (can I get a heyyy?!), here are 10 beautiful accounts you should follow right now! Go ahead. Go get your phone.
Simply elegant and simply easy to construct, Nick's plant stand looks fabulous in single mode, but I can imagine it would look like a statement vignette in a trio of staggering height. Some copper pipe, some elbow joints, braces
Valentine's Day is coming up quickly, and it's a common opinion that most men are difficult to buy for... so why not make a thoughtful gift for him instead? Here are ten of our very favorite DIY gifts from around the web for that special guy in your life.
I agree with Sarah, the genius behind this Ikea rocking moose (aka Ekorre $39.99) hack: it's pretty cute as is. However, the red red coat just wasn't working with Sarah's decor. So...she decided to change its species and turn Ekorre into a rocking SHEEP. As you can imagine, changing species called for some cosmetic surgery. First came rhinoplasty, as said moose's schnauz wasn't right at all. A nip and tuck and...