I've tried multiple techniques for organizing earrings over the years, but dangling earrings tend to be more difficult to organize in an easy-to-manage way. Luckily, this simple DIY concrete earring tree does the trick and makes the perfect spot to hang several pairs of dangling earrings in a way that's easy to grab what I want and head out the door.
Usually around the Curbly neighborhood, we talk about renters who are itching to make improvements to their space. Well, in this case, we're talking about a landlord who was itching to make improvements to her rental property. Katie, the property's owner, was faced with a--let's face it--disaster in the kitchen
Rope, concrete, and an empty milk carton or two are all you need to make your own version of these modern door stoppers!
Create some gorgeous and unique candle holders using concrete and something you've got in your freezer!
I am always hunting for cool planters but I rarely find one that I like and when I do, it's usually out of my price range. So when I found this DIY for a modern, minimal planter made of cement, I was pretty excited.
Cement used to be one of those intimidating mediums that was only used for sidewalks and garage floors. Not anymore! These days, people are using cement for all kinds of projects. I'm a particular fan of these custom letters!
I shared 12 (super rad) outdoor projects that use concrete yesterday, but I'm just going to have to make it 13! This project is too easy and too awesome not to share.
Concrete, cement, and cinder block are all pretty mundane building materials. But with some creativity and elbow grease, you can put them to work transforming your outdoor space into a stylish living area! We've found some awesome projects for you to try: a cinder block bench, coffee table, planters, and more! Here are 12 awesome DIY projects to try this spring:
I'm on a concrete kick these days, exploring all the unique ways you can use it in home decor. From accent walls to candle holders, its possibilities seem endless... and these DIY coasters might be the simplest and easiest of them all!
I know, I know. Cement and lace? These aren't exactly materials you normally associate together, which makes this cool DIY project that much more intriguing (and a great jumping off point)!
Looking to introduce some texture into your home? Here's a unique twist on the ol' accent wall!
Do you have stepping stones in your yard? I've seen so many varieties, but can't ever seem to commit to a design or pattern, color or style. But as soon as I saw this DIY project I knew I'd met my match.
It has been a cement factory over at Chez Larsson as she's been competing in the Panduro Cement Challenge. I'd explain more, but the Panduro site is written in Swedish, which doesn't happen to be my second language. I'll tell you what, this girl can make cement molds! I'd give her the award just for the molds. She explains the do's and don'ts and her entire process very clearly. As usual, she posts perfect photographs.