Branches, twigs, and logs -- oh my! Turn this readily available material into stylish decor accessories. Stumped? Here are 15 awesome projects to get the creative juices flowing.
What do you get when you take a plain IKEA chair and attack it with a Sharpie? Something totally awesome.
Our old TV stand is a generic IKEA type thing, so we needed something a little more bespoke. Plus, we had a shed full of old parquet gym floorboards, we'd picked up at the reclaimed wood yard.
What to do? Well, make a new TV stand out of the old floorboards of course. Here's how you can make one yourself - How Make a Floorboard TV Stand
Our current dining table is glass, but the part of me that longs to live in a Craftsman-meets-Modern style home in the Pacific Northwest really wants something a little more like this DIY beauty!
I never get tired of upholstery projects, and I hope you feel the same way because I have a doozy of a slipcover/upholstery makeover for you today. When you click through, you'll see that the finished project is much more minimal and modern than what you see in the photo above. It honestly looks like a brand new couch.
Looking to add a little woodsy warmth to your abode? Then you'll definitely want to put this DIY log slice side table to your to-do list!
Stuff like this always blows my mind. How does one actually make something so, well, amazing looking -- without breaking the bank and from scratch?! Fortunately, Jenny from Little Green Notebook knows the answer to that!
If you have ever come across an old table base, with no top, this before and after is one you'll want to bookmark for future reference.
We're kicking off the new fall season with a whole month dedicated to illuminating ways to light your space. First up: a roundup of 10 awesome DIY wooden lampshades. Ready, set, MAKE!
Popsicle sticks have grown up and are ready to shake off their persona as a kids-only craft supply. Their first foray into real world decor? A bold, Moroccan-inspired side table!
Show of hands: have you ever seen an old, plain, wooden table in a thrift store, at a garage sale, or even dumped on the side of the road? Chances are you've wondered what you'd do with it and, after a few moments' pause, have moved on to other items. Well, one look at this thrift store table makeover will have you reconsidering passing by another one again!
We inherited a rather large and very wobbly picnic table when we purchased one of our rental properties. It needed a makeover, badly. I recycled what I could from the existing picnic table-the metal frame-and built a brand new one that seats eight people comfortably.
What if I told you that you could build a sawhorse desk just like this one without picking up a hammer or using a single nail? Would your mind be blown? Because mine is! No nails (or hammer) required for this DIY.
I ran across this super fun furniture makeover idea recently and simply had to share it! It's a playful twist on the typical painted furniture look, takes a fraction of the time, and has a bigger impact (I think). Check it out!
This cheap, plain wooden bed frame gets a classy and masculine update for a fraction of the cost of similar beds. Intrigued? Check out the 'after' and the full DIY scoop below!