Styling and Photography Workshop (Join us in this October in Minneapolis!)

by Bruno Bornsztein
Photos: Gabriel Cabrera

This November will mark ten years since we launched Curbly (woah). And in all that time I think it's fair to say we've learned a few things (please, please don't go back and look at some of our early blog posts, photos, or videos). So this fall, we're trying something new: we're announcing our first-ever photography workshop. We're teaming up with our friend (and ridiculously-good photographer and...

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IKEA Hack: How to Make a Modern Concrete Pendant Lamp

by Bruno Bornsztein

Make an IKEA-hacked concrete pendant lamp

Are you a fan of IKEA hacking? Do you love concrete? Of course you do! This light pendant project employs ShapeCrete, a uniquely shape-able concrete that allows the user to “pack” the mixture into a form, eliminating the need for complicated knockouts and additional forming supplies (read: save money, time and headaches). Unlike traditional concrete, ShapeCrete allows us to take advantage of a huge range of pre-made molds and forms to create concrete objects like this uber-stylish pendant.

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Welcome to the New Curbly!

by Bruno Bornsztein

 

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Hey, are you even reading this? A huge number of our readers probably aren't, because most of you come here from Google or Pinterest searching for one specific thing, and then leave. That's exactly what we're trying to change with this redesign. We're re-branding Curbly in hopes of making it a place you trust to inspire and teach you, every day.

When Curbly launched, nine years ago, these things didn't exist: iPhones, Pinterest, self-driving cars, and my two children. Curbly was meant to be a social network for people who were into design, decor, and home improvement. And while our mission, "Love Where You Live", hasn't changed, just about everything else has.

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