We're gearing up to embark on a bedroom makeover here at 29th Avenue and, naturally, I've been searching the internet for inspiration. During my browsing sessions, I've come across quite a few amazing makeovers, but these 6 bedroom re-dos are too good just to keep to myself! Check 'em out below and let me know which is your fave.
I'd been looking for a creative way to store my large collection of costume jewelry for ages. But I had many criteria... it had to fit all of my jewelry yet be appropriate for a small space, have a clean, contemporary sort of feel, and it couldn't be too expensive either. And I finally found it. At IKEA. Read on to check out my ultimate jewelry storage solution.
It's been longer than I'd like to admit (give or take a year or two) that we've gone without a headboard. Our bed is from IKEA and we chose a model that was sans headboard hoping to make one of our own. Fast forward two years. I'm still searching the web for ideas and this one is quite interesting! What do you think!?!
I don't know about you, but I'm getting sick of winter already. All I want to do is curl up and read a good book underneath a warm fuzzy blanket. Preferably in one of these ten impossibly cozy reading nooks.
You don't always need to reinvent the wheel for a furniture makeover, and this DIY is proof of that. See how this vintage sewing table transforms into a vanity with a few simple changes.
I mean, seriously, who doesn't love pom poms? Certainly not Lauren and Erica. As proof, Erica whipped out her 'almighty' pom pom maker to make oodles of the fluffy balls to use as fringe on a pack of colorful
When it comes to decorating a guest bedroom, my feeling is to have fun with it and maybe go a bit bolder than you might otherwise. It's an opportunity to get creative with a space that no one person is going to be spending a ton of time in, so you may as well go big (or go home... wait... you are home).
Maybe it's because a ton of schools are closed today due to wicked cold and there will be bored, housebound kids everywhere, or maybe it's because I'm pining for warmer temperatures, but, either way, I find these painted rock cacti
Most of us could use more space, right? I know I could. So I went searching for ways to create functional table space with a small footprint. Here are five completely genius ideas that I discovered.
Science, son, is the success behind this project--probably something about the density in the solvent in the polish in relation to the other ingredients in the polish--but who cares? It works! And the results
Got any confetti left over from your New Years eve celebration? No? No biggie. Any party store will have more. And you probably already have on hand the rest of the supplies you'll need to make this crazy cute and clever decorative bowl. Julieta
Forget using your hand to make a turkey--that was so last century. Now use that incredibly useful appendage to explore drawing in 3-D. The process is much simpler than you might imagine, but the outcome is kinda mind-blowing, especially when considering all it takes to do it
I've been on the hunt for a new headboard and this diy project by Carrie Waller stopped me in my tracks. I've been drooling ever since I found out that a piece so beautiful was handmade! And while the steps require a bit of skill and a few tools, the results are well worth the effort.
This sequin-lined lampshade from DaWanda is like a perpetual celebration of New Year's Eve. Available in a variety of sequin colors, the lampshade clocks in at 86.90 Euros (about $106 US), but it looks like the maker doesn't ship to the US. What's a Yankee to do? Make one, of course. A black lampshade is easy to find, ($49 on Amazon), and just
This bedroom began as a plain, beige box of a space. No personality. But with the addition of a number of beautiful new wall treatments and lots of layered textiles, it was transformed into a gorgeous, welcoming master bedroom.
Looks like a handcrafted, heavy-duty chest, right? Yeah, well, it just looks like that. It's really something else entirely. Can you guess what might be inside?
When you open the top, this is what you see
Even if you're not a fan of Fornasetti, the technique Mark Montano uses to turn an inexpensive IKEA dining chair into a work of art is more than kinda brilliant. First, he shot the chair with
Mandi's 16-year-old sister-in-law had an enviable bedroom before its recent makeover because of its size. (There's space enough for a sitting/dressing area and a sleeping area.) After its makeover, that envy just might have turned to covet. In addition to fresh paint and thrifted items, Mandi went all DIY over it. There are a lot of highlights here, including a vintage
If you have a poorly-lit nook or corner that you'd like to get more use out of, this pendant light project is for you!