Make your own floor to ceiling built-ins, complete with plenty of shelves and storage, with this tutorial from Smitten Studio.
Okay, can we all take a moment to consider that it is already June? JUNE. I don't know how that happened, but I do know that it means s'more season is upon us! If you're looking for a modern fire pit to add to your outdoor arsenal this season, read on!
Need a DIY gift idea for Father's Day? Try this easy, leather camera strap. And make one for yourself too, while you're at it.
If you're looking for a fun weekend DIY, this pillow project is a good one to try. As you can see, it involves a whole lot of painter's tape and an intricate pattern, but the results are worth it.
Benches. They're just so dang handy, ya know? In mudrooms, dining rooms, entryways, or even outdoors they're always there for you when you need a little extra seating. In the case of this DIY version, they're even dressed for the occasion, too!
The floral trend is big in the fashion world these days, and it is quickly moving into home decor as well. And after a long, cold winter, these colorful patterns feel cheerful and incredibly inviting. Here are ten ways to jump on the botanical bandwagon.
I don't know what I love more - the drawn scallop print on the wall, or the wooden scallops that were put on shortly after. This accent wall is stunning and, amazingly, looks super easy to recreate.
I love succulents, even the blackest of thumbs can keep them alive and they come in all sorts of shapes, sizes and colors to suit your decor. The trend these days is to create 'living walls', bringing the outdoors in, and this project takes that approach in modular fashion using DIY geometric cast concrete planters. Full instructions and template on how to make your own are at the link below.
Pillows. Pillows. PILLOWS! I love 'em. And I love the millions of ways to customize them and make them your own. Here are 11 ways to do just that. From sewing to gluing to tie-dyeing and more, there's a project in here for you!
I love projects that use basic materials that you have laying around the house already, and this project definitely fits the bill in that category. Make a colorful yarn chandelier (the decorative kind that doesn't have a lighting component) using the materials you see above in one afternoon.