I'll admit it, the wreath on my front door is leftover from last winter. So I decided that it was high time to make a colorful new summer one to freshen up the entryway. Here are ten pretty ideas that I'm using as my inspiration.
With this summer heat in full swing, I've been keeping a fan in almost every room of the house to cool things down. I'm thinking I need to give each fan a makeover like this cool rainbow one!
I spotted this super rad DIY shelving system on our brother site ManMade recently and had to share! It was simply too cool not to!
Grilling season is in full swing, but if you're tired of the same old slab of meat fare--or if you're a vegetarian--you might not be as thrilled with the thought of firing up the coals as those Boy Meets Grill types. No
I've been looking for fun, yet functional night light for our toddlers room and stumbled across this DIY low wattage birdhouse lamp. Add a bit of quirk to any room, or group them together to create a feature wall. Get the full instructions below.
Spruce up your Fourth of July spread with this subtly festive DIY tablecloth! It's a cinch to make and fun, too!
This DIY tree swing is perfect for summer and all you will need are the above materials to make your own. So, who is ready to start swinging?
Rhiannon and her BFF Jenna turned a simple, clear glass cylinder into an elegant luminary using only tissue paper, Elmer's School Glue and a paper punch. Pretty enough
Brooks and Dana Tucker's basement guest room gave them the creeps. Located off the pool, it was prone to a lot of foot traffic, which meant the carpeting had to go. Using
Get rid of that boring and plain camera strap you've been sporting and replace it with this beauty! Grab a scarf from the closet - floral or flannel, feminine or manly - and create this piece of neck-candy!
Spruce up a plain and inexpensive shower curtain in one afternoon with a few simple materials -- and your imagination, of course!
Two years ago on a trip to Copenhagen I discovered Ferm Living, it was love at first sight. I snapped up several homeware pieces and brought them back home. I've watched them grow from strength to strength since then and their look books always bring a smile to my face.