I love seeing DIY furniture pieces being made by homeowners and this one for an upholstered headboard from scratch is definitely impressive.
If you have these four supplies, you can make a hanging wardrobe. Technically, you don't even need the spray paint, so it's really only three supplies. Want to see how this space saving DIY turned out?
How adorable are these little Dia De Los Muertos terracotta cactus pots! With a handful of supplies and a bit of creativity you can bring your own creation into being. Full instructions at the link below.
October is the time of year when we can indulge in a little orange love, but for the owners of these interiors, every day is a celebration in pumpkin.
In honor of Halloween (which is fast approaching), I thought I'd share some examples of black interiors... rooms with gorgeous, dark walls that add character and interest that wouldn't be achieved with lighter colors. Continue reading for ten of my favorites.
This house tour is a long time coming. We've officially been in our "finished" house for one year, and we thought we'd celebrate with a big old fashioned house tour. So we're going to show you the super-clean, polished, sparkly version of The Curbly House...which looked like this exactly once, before we, you know, started living in it again!
Of course, no tour would be complete without a nod to one's roots, so we're posting...
Do you ever see a room and sometimes think, "OMG. If I were reincarnated, I would come back as this room!"? No? Just me? Well, this guest room -- by the always fabulous Emily Henderson -- is my next self, I just know it.
You've probably seen this basic BESTA shelf unit before, passing through the endless aisles and mock rooms at Ikea. And while it may not look like much here, this diamond in the rough is now sitting pretty. Turning this piece into what is now a custom floating credenza, with a simple wood top, makes this unit infinitely more stylish and expensive looking. Want to see what it looks like now?
In addition to holding my favorite holiday, October is also STEAMPUNK MONTH. So in celebration, I thought I'd round up some of our favorite steampunk decor projects. All are
There are tons of ways to bring color to the bedroom. From blankets to pillows to wall art, you can do it all. Looking for something more permanent that packs a punch? Well, this DIY Triangle Accent Wall ought to do the trick!
I'd been looking around for a small stool to help our arthritic fur-child get on and off the bed at night. (If you're used to sleeping with a cat on the foot of the bed, you'll understand.) The problem was, I couldn't find a stool that I liked that was the appropriate size and height. Before sketching up a design to make one from scratch, I thought a trip to the thrift store might be in order. Hey, you never know, right? When I spotted
If you're going for a quirky, industrial-meets-rustic kinda vibe with your space, try your hand at this simple DIY side table project!
We're in the process of painting the front room of our 1920s home and I've been wondering what to do to make our built-in bookshelves pop. Well, it looks like I've found the answer!
It's no surprise I'm a fan on Scandinavian minimalism. These geometric planters are a spin on the classic Finnish Himmeli, refashioned as planters. Best of all they are made from cheap supplies from the dollar store! Detailed instructions on creating your own can be found at the link below.