Every now and then, a particular shape or design takes the internet by storm (think pineapples) and lately I've been noticing these all-seeing eye shapes everywhere. So I thought I'd jump on the bandwagon and do a fun DIY all-seeing eye mirror. Keep reading to check out the easy tutorial!
Boho style decor has taken on a life of its own lately, popping up in homes in all corners of the world. And what's one popular element often found in bohemian style spaces? 70's textile craft macrame, of course! So today we're teaching you how to make a simple macrame wall hanging out of yarn.
If you're into plants, neutrals and layered textiles, odds are you're a fan of bohemian style decor. And there's so much untapped inspiration on Instagram for all design styles, today I thought I'd share some accounts that are focused on boho style specifically. So get ready to be inundated by tons of beautiful boho-chic homes!
It's good to see that boho is back in a BIG way! Although I can't really classify my own home decor style very well, I do like to incorporate bohemian style decor in my home, especially the colorful patterned pieces. Achieving a boho look in your home doesn't have to break your budget either! I've rounded up 14 must-have poufs to make your home look like bohemian paradise, and they cover a range of prices so that you can find something that fits both your style AND your budget.
Bohemian style has been around for decades, but it has recently become super popular - texture-filled, plant-dotted spaces have been popping up all over the internet. So today we're sharing 20 of our favorite Bohemian bedroom examples ... from subtle to all-out extreme bohemian. Click through to find out how boho you really are!
I've had these ottomans for a while, but I've never quite loved them. I recently updated my bedroom, and realized that they would be perfect at the foot of the bed... if only they were a different color. So I painted and reupholstered them and now they're perfect! Click through to check out the whole process.
Happy February to all! I still catch myself asking what the date is because I feel like January just happened in a blink of an eye - am I right? Which basically means Valentine's day is going to be here in no time! And I'm super pumped about it this year because we are celebrating a very special evening with all my gal pals for a Boho Valentine's night out! To me, this holiday is meant to really appreciate the ones you love. And guys, that...
Does your home office or cubicle need some character? Spice it up with this easy hand-printed fabric memo board that you can easily make yourself with a piece of white material and some fabric paint. Click through to check out the easy tutorial.
Everyone I know is on an organizing kick, myself included, now that the new year has rolled around. And one of the places that I have the hardest time keeping clean is my home office and craft space. So I thought it would be fun to create a wall-mounted organizer for my office supplies and share it with you guys. Keep reading to check it out.
Coffee shops tend to be well designed... they are trying to draw you in to sit and drink their product, after all. So today we're going to talk about ways to translate those ideas into decor for your own home. Here are photos of ten coffee shops I've visited paired with real world ways to achieve a similar effect in your own home.
Sometimes wall art just needs to be fun. To celebrate the little moments, I made this DIY graphic confetti art with the saying “Make Life a Party” and it’s sitting on my desk as a reminder to see the positive side of things. It’s really easy to make, and I’ll even share how to make your own confetti if you want something specific.
Brown kraft paper is one of those materials that I always keep on hand because it's both cheap and versatile. It can be used for so many different things... including wrapping gifts. Today I'm sharing five creative ways to customize kraft paper to make your gifts look like they came straight from Pinterest. Click through to check them out.
I love the holidays for many reasons, but my favorite is that they give you a good excuse to get super crafty. So when I walked by the balsa wood section at my local craft store, the wheels started turning. I came up with a fun project that uses paint and metallic tape to create totally unique color blocked triangular ornaments. Keep reading to find out how to make them yourself!
Wintertime is in full swing here in Minnesota. Early in the week we experienced a few rounds of snow and ice, resulting in the outdoors being treacherous and uninviting. While I definitely have holiday-related errands to run this weekend, staying off the roads and keeping indoors is pretty tempting. I'm a homebody for certain, and I've learned how to keep the stir-crazies away during these colder months. Part of staying sane while being stuck inside has to do with how you light your home. Coziness is a must, and these DIY holiday luminaries are just that - cozy!
Banners are a fun way to add some festive style to a room, but they aren't used quite as much during the Christmas holiday season.... until now! Today I'm sharing how to create a fun message banner which you can customize with any text you like. Click through to check it out.
December is one of my favorite times of the year, but there is something about all of the spending and consequent waste (shipping boxes, gift wrap, etc.) that rubs me the wrong way. So I thought it would be fun to decorate a tree using recycled paper and cardboard, and I'm sharing three mini tutorials with you today. Click through to check it out.
If you've started your holiday shopping already, then you're probably starting to think about wrapping your presents. So today we wanted to share ten super creative ways to use brown kraft paper to wrap gifts - it is inexpensive, trendy, and just begging for embellishments. Click through to check them out.
With Thanksgiving right around the corner, I've been thinking about ways to up my entertaining game... so when I walked by the Snudda at IKEA I had an idea. Why not turn the humble wooden lazy susan into a glorified, beautiful serving piece with more space for snacks and a way to label them too? Well, I turned this idea into a reality. Click through to check out the full tutorial!
So you love the look of calligraphy, but you don't have the time to learn how to do it? Or the patience, or the steady hand? Well there's an easy way to fake it 'til you make it... today I'm going to show you how to make your own faux calligraphy place cards for Thanksgiving, Christmas or your next dinner party.
Thanksgiving is so close I can taste it, which means that it's high time I style my mantel for the big day. I've been doing some serious research online, looking for inspiration... and today I'm sharing it with you. Here are ten of my favorite mantel styling ideas.