Need more closet space in your life but don't actually, you know, have extra closets? Well, you've come to the right place! This rolling garment rack is a great alternative and functions wonderfully as impromptu entryway or mudroom storage!
While my jewelry collection isn't particularly large (at least compared to some!), it seems like I can never keep it properly organized. If you're in the same boat, check out this super awesome, super modern, and ridiculously easy DIY organizer!
In our home, we don't have a dedicated pantry 'room' like many new-build homes. Instead, our 90-year-old home has an awkwardly deep, store-all cupboard in the mudroom. While it's felt impossible to organize, I'm still holding out hope -- especially after seeing something these pantry makeovers!
A lot of the DIY garlands we feature are meant for specific celebrations (holidays, birthdays, etc. etc.), but this clay version is stylish and subtle enough to be left up year-round!
Right now, our laundry room is in a dark, unfinished corner of our basement but we have plans to *someday* turn it into a room that doesn't give us the creeps. Until then, I'll just keep collecting inspiration! If you're in a similar boat, take a peek at these gorgeous laundry rooms.
Just when I think I've seen every DIY planter idea in existence, someone comes along with an idea that completely shakes things up.
Can we take a moment and all agree that these jewelry holders are ridiculously cute? Yes? Okay, great. Now, let's find out how to make 'em!
I'd be lying if I said I wasn't completely obsessed with planters right now. My plant collection is slowly growing and, obviously, each one needs its own container! I have a few awaiting homes and I think these DIY wooden geometric planters may be the perfect solution.
Empty walls are all fine and dandy, but if you'd rather make a statement with an over-sized piece of art, this is the project for you!
This dated, walled-off kitchen just wasn't going to cut it for homeowners Dan and Mike. Not only did it make the whole space feel smaller, the wall prevented any light from the kitchen's large window from reaching the rest of the apartment. So, they did what every homeowner has had the urge to do at one point or another: they tore that thing down!