Thrift shops are full of old curious finds, junk to some, jewels to others. I love this project that combined this old plate and leather belt upcycled into a Scandinavian inspired teak & leather wall clock. Details at the link below.
Our little boy was born two weeks before we moved into the Curbly House, and for the last two years - with the exception of a few pictures on the wall, his bedroom has remained untouched. For the most part, this has been intentional, because we wanted to hold off creating a space for him until we knew more about him. And, frankly, we be tired, and adding another room to our makeover list was just not in our cards... until now.
It's time for another installment of Blogs to Follow, and this week is all about interior inspiration. Previously, I've shared 8 DIY decor blogs to follow and picks for awesome room makeover blogs to follow. So, today I thought we'd focus on blogs that are sharing beautifully designed interiors.
I love this type of project... the kind that uses an unexpected (not so pretty) item to make something beautiful. For this tutorial, a Pringles container is transformed into a gorgeous vase. Click through to see the final product.
This light post lamp looks rough, but it's solid brass under that gunk and black finish, which is why I've held on to it for more years than I can remember. I'd always intended to remake it into an outdoor lantern, and I finally did. First
You guys... this kitchen makeover is EVERYTHING. But, to truly appreciate it, you need to take a few minutes to soak in these 'before' photos:
Y'know... sometimes when you're working on a project, you accidentally saw a big line down the middle of an unrelated piece of furniture. Sometimes. When that happens, rather than tossing it to the curb, you put your big "think out side the box" cap on and come up with this idea: wrapping the whole thing in leather.
My friends tease me about my love for the color mint green. I have a phone case that's mint green, and I even recently got a manicure of the same color. So naturally, I fell in love with this dresser makeover immediately. Click through to see what it looks like after its minty fresh makeover.
It's time for another roundup of weekend DIYs. And there is a little something for everyone in this roundup, from easy beginner projects (diy wall art) to more advanced weekend warrior projects (minimal porch swing from scratch). Ready to give them a try?