I'm on a bit of a citrus kick. And a color kick. And I obsess over and collect tea towels. So when you combine those three things, only magic can happen. And that's just what these tea towels are. So cheery, bright, and perfect to display in any kitchen!
Whether you have an *actual* entryway or want to create the look of one with the space you have, this DIY bench is the perfect solution!
Mother's Day is right around the corner, so we thought it would be fun to share some DIY projects that would make perfect gifts for all the wonderful moms out there. Here are ten of our faves.
Have an old table runner? Make a cool lumbar pillow, with this clever DIY idea that screams weekend project.
Leather (or faux leather, if you prefer) is an interesting material to work with. It's thicker than most fabrics, making it super functional. Not to mention it's quite trendy these days. Here are ten lovely leather DIY projects that will look fantastic in any house or apartment.
We've seen a lot of kitchen makeovers throughout the years here in Curblyland, but these 10, by far, are some of the most impressive budget makeovers to have graced our pages.
First up is this lovely and bright $1500 Budget Friendly Kitchen Makeover.
A New Kitchen for a new New Year for only 2 grand? Yup.
At $4,500, this budget was a bit higher but it was a lackluster kitchen that needed an major overhaul.
Another needed overhaul, this time for only $1,200.
Two thousand dollars later and this kitchen is unrecognizable.
The controversy surrounding this $1500 Turquoise Kitchen Makeover was enjoyable!
The last three makeovers on our roundup don't have budgets listed, but their creators specified them as such. Considering the 7 kitchens that have come before, we know it's totally true. We'll start the home stretch with this Stylish DIY Kitchen Makeover on a Budget:
This cramped 50's kitchen had a major makeover on a minor budget.
And this kitchen in a rental was totally refreshed in just one weekend!
I went to IKEA over the weekend (along with everyone else in my city, apparently), and my little DIY blogger brain couldn't help but start 'hacking' everything in the store. Fortunately, there are others out there with a similar mindset and they've already done a lot of the legwork! Here are 10 of our favorite IKEA hacks we've come across recently. Enjoy!
Who's ready for spring? I know I am. And since it still doesn't feel like it has arrived here in Boston, I thought it would be fun to share some colorful outdoor spaces so we can at least dream about warmer weather. Here are ten easy ways to infuse some extra color into your porch or patio.
So, this is kind of a two-parter. Let's say you want to make your own faux fur stool. Great! There's a tutorial for that. But what if you have Restless Design Syndrome and get bored of the furriness? Well, you give that footstool a makeover, of course.
When Lauren's family first moved into their new home, she was impatient with its powder room makeover. She picked the wrong wall color, and the fixtures were too modern. In her own words, she didn't know what she was thinking as they weren't her style at all. Eventually, she couldn't live with those original choices, so it was time to makeover the makeover. The bulk of her tight $61 budget
This TULLSTA Ikea chair is one that nearly everyone I know has had in their home at one time or another. Which is one of the reasons why I was excited to see this easy makeover idea. It's perfect for a weekend project.
I've got color fever. Combine that with my current obsession with rugs and I'm bound to roundup a bunch of colorful options. One for every color of the rainbow!
I can't get enough of the tropical foliage trend lately. Here in sunny California, Spring has definitely arrived and Summer is just around the corner. I'm ready to host some backyard BBQs and warm weather brunches. I decided a new tablecloth was a must for this season. This DIY Tropical Leaf Tablecloth is so easy to make and the results are bold and beautiful.
Anybody who likes to sew probably has lots of fabric scraps lying around... I know I do. So I thought it would be fun to share some creative ways to use that leftover material. Here are ten genius ways to use up your pile of fabric scraps.
I recently came across cork mats at the hardware store, when I was walking through the plant aisle. Each one was only a couple of dollars, so I grabbed a big pile and took them home to experiment. Want to see what I came up with? Click through to find out.
It's difficult to find the perfect curtains. Decorative styles tend to be prohibitively expensive, while the rest are just plain boring. So why not customize them yourself with a bit of gold leaf? Scroll through to see the beautiful, gilded final product.
Shopping for window treatments is tough. Sometimes, you can't always find what you're looking for. Why not try a DIY version? Here are 12 simple, but statement-making, curtains and other treatments to try!
I find that adding a pretty centerpiece to the dining room table is an easy way to give a home that "finished" feel, like you've paid attention to every detail. But fresh flowers can be quite an investment every week. So we've rounded up ten unique everyday centerpiece ideas that won't break the bank.
Honestly, if I'd have seen this coffee table at my local Goodwill, I would have passed on the shape alone. (My rule is if it isn't rectangular or round, forget it.) But it was exactly the octagonal shape that worked--and worked well--for Sheena's sectional sofa arrangement. So she plunked down
Every time I go shopping for home decor, I'm always blown away by how expensive pillows are. Some prices are just jaw dropping. The nice thing, however, is that you can make your own for half the cost without compromising on style. Not convinced? Here are ten projects that I'm sure will change your mind!