This bathroom looked like so many other builder-grade bathrooms - basic tile, a cheap vanity and zero personality. But once Megan Pflug got her hands on it, the new space suddenly took on a whole new stylish vibe. And get this - there were no major renovations involved! Click through to check out the trendy result.
It's no secret that the Scandinavians know what's up when it comes to interior design, so it only makes sense to take a cue from them when it comes to decorating your bathroom. So today, we're sharing ten of our favorite bathrooms with a Scandi style vibe, along with a few tips on how to get the look yourself.
Before the new year, I made a resolution to try not to blow my money on needless skin care items. I have an abundance of lotions, lip glosses, and more, and felt that I really needed to take stock of what I am putting on and in my body.
After spending an afternoon gutting my bathroom, I saved a few skin care items from each category, and even added in a DIY or two for something a little more natural! It's easier than you think to create...
There are a couple rules-of-thumb when it comes to successfully keeping your home clean. One of those rules is that you should always keep your cleaning supplies in one place, and you should always put them back when you're done using them. A cleaning caddy meets both those criteria, and - bonus - makes carrying household cleaners from room to room super easy! I've been wanting to incorporate a carrier into my cleaning routine for a while now, and rather than purchase a cheap-looking plastic one that will surely break over time, I opted to make one instead.
Sick of having the same old pillows on your bed? Or maybe you're ready to give your table a bit of style with new placemats? Well you're in luck, because today we have some incredible sewing projects to share with you. You'll never hear the words, "oh, I have that too!" uttered again, with these five unique sewing tutorials for your home.
I'm all for decreasing the amount of clutter around the home. And I really mean it when it comes to the bathroom. That space is already tight & small, so any chance I get to clear out some floor space, I'll hop on it. There are no linen closets in our house. Not one. So our towels are on display on a metal shelf in the master bath. This towel rack hack is stylish, modern, and could be the answer to all my towel-storing problems.
Greenery, the 2017 PANTONE color of the year, has had a polarizing effect so far. Some people love it, others hate it. If you fall into the latter category, then you'll definitely want to check out these ten real world examples of green alternatives that we've rounded up. Click through to check them out.
The Ultimate Guide to Making Your House Smell Amazing with Potpourri and Home Fragrance
As home décor and design enthusiasts, we spend a lot of time and consideration visually crafting our “perfect” home space, but how often are we actually thinking about the way it smells? From the psychology of scents, to removing unwanted odors, to incorporating home fragrance with style, we’ve created a comprehensive guide packed with everything you need to know to make sure your home smells as lovely as it looks.
This bathroom was like many many others out there - filled with builder-grade materials from decades past. But its owners saw past the drab brown hues and transformed it into a fresh new space with a bold color scheme. Click through to see what it looks like now.
I know you feel like you just ripped out the 80s gold fixtures in your bathroom renovation five years ago, which, by the way, was a good decision, but the truth is... gold fixtures are back. No, it's not a scary resurgence like the fashion trend of acid washed jeans a few years back. Gold fixtures can be a part of a stylish and timeless style. Gold isn't the only fixture finish getting all the attention either. Don't forget about the resurgence of copper and bronze into the design world. Today I'm going to share an extremely thorough list of where you can buy gold, copper, and bronze kitchen and bathroom fixtures for any design style.
I like a properly matted and framed piece of artwork as much as anyone, but sometimes, it can be a little overkill. First off, it's expensive, especially for large pieces, and secondly, it doesn't always fit the style of the art. Framing a poster or screen print can often make the space feel more like a weird movie or record exec's office, rather that a home filled with awesome art.
Whenever I find any large, vintage art, I'm especially struck by the bold graphic design and aged colors and texture. For something like this, a classic frame would be way too expensive, and not the right fit, design-wise.
So, I took a cue from the classic pull-down maps of my elementary school classrooms, and created a simple way to hang it on the wall with a lot more character. This month we've been teaming up with our friends at True Value, my local neighborhood hardware store, and I think this project shows off how you can come up with a great, stylish-looking final project using simple materials and just a few tools.