Raise your hand if you’re scared of picking a color from the bottom of the paint chip. Does it really make a room feel smaller? Is that always a bad thing? Whether you see the light or stand firmly on the dark side, read on and chime in.
Adding a pattern to the back of a bookcase or china cabinet is a great way to give it a shot of personality. Linda figured out a great way to do it with ease AND a fear of commitment.
Ruth and her husband have sold the last 2 homes they’ve owned in less than 15 days. Clearly, they are doing something right! If you’ve got a house on the market, keep reading!
Why spend your money on art when you need to save it for framing? Just kidding. (Sorta.) But finding awesome art is really just a click and a Control+P away. Here’s a round up of options for you.
When the weather is nice, I’ll take any excuse to dine al fresco. Kristen went the extra mile and created a hand-painted dinner party, complete with paint-dipped glasses and ikat plates.
Becca was inspired by Z Gallerie’s Subway art series, but not impressed with the $250 price tag. She made her own version in a few simple steps.
When it comes to art, why should the walls have all the fun? Brooke loved the utencil stencil (hey it rhymes!) patterns she’d been seeing, so she put a handy piece of equipment to work to create her own.
Inspired by expensive, hand-painted, framed Chinoiserie wallpaper panels, Elizabeth took matters into her own hands and created her own charming version for under $30.
Raise your hand if you’re a type nerd? Yep, that’s what I thought. There’s something about seeing beautifully designed words that truly makes them art! Here are 13 amazing examples.
Mother’s Day is Sunday! You didn’t forget, did you? Well, there’s nothing that an awesome batch of pancakes can’t fix. Read on for dozens of recipes from Bed and Breakfasts across the country.
(Ignore the Christmas tree.) This dining room was perfectly lovely, but Kari Ann spent $22 on a simple project and took the entire room to new heights.
So you wanna hang a gallery wall. You’re not alone! They are an awesome way to fill up a big space with art and photos you love. Here’s what you need to keep in mind when planning yours.
Naomi’s client had a kitchen spanning two poorly functioning rooms, divided by a load-bearing wall. They invested in a support beam that opened up the space in one impressive way.
I once had a friend who asked if baby toys came in beige because they were so unsightly. You could say the same about dog crates. So Erin Loechner came up with a modern and practical solution.
Getting a high end look on a budget is totally possible. All you need is a little elbow grease. Let’s break down this gorgeous foyer by Muse Interiors to see how you can recreate it.
Love the look of marble but scared about the maintenance? Before you put the red wine on lockdown, here are a few options that give you the appearance you’re going for without the worry.
Elisabeth’s dining room works triple duty as a sewing room for herself and a place for art projects with her boys. When she needed a large wall storage solution, she considered many store-bought choices before her hubs went the DIY route.
Um, have you tried to buy outdoor furniture lately? It’s expensive! So, rather than wait ’til the end-of-season sales roll around, take matters into your own hands. Here are seven awesome DIY ideas for you.
Last Friday, I posted this kitchen makeover and a commenter mentioned she’d love to see some non-white cabinet makeovers. Ask and you shall receive! Check out Cassie’s new and improved kitchen.
Reupholstering furniture is a big investment. Not only is the work expensive, but the fabric can be, too! The folks at Spruce blogged some smart tips to help pick the right fabric for the job.