It’s Great to be Home Liz loves to flip houses. She flipped over a 1960’s ranch back in ’08 so much, she decided to keep it for herself. The entire home has been made-over, but for this post, we’re featuring the den. Before it was rocky (literally)
Did you hear? Recently, Pantone announced its spring 2014 color and PPG picked its fav for the entire year. First Pantone’s pick: Dazzling Blue, which is described as
Put the ‘thanks’ back into thanksgiving this year with our curated round-up of FREE printables. We’ve got everything from printable wall art through thanksgiving ‘thank you’ notes and decor.
Brittni Mehlhoff Using plumbing pieces in unique shapes, you can create inexpensive planters and vases just in time for the holidays. Great for centerpieces on a dining room table, sitting on a decorative shelf, or as hostess’ gifts for holiday parties and alike. The best part of this DIY though, is the cost, with each […]
Jenna Leigh Brown Remember when people glued crayons to canvas and melted them with a blow-dryer to make art? Jenna did, but she came up with a new way to make crayon art that just might
Nalle’s House I’ve seen a few cool DIY shelf bracket wall light ideas over the last few years, but they’ve often been missing one thing: an actual step-by-step tutorial!
Shine Your Light Blog When Lisa’s husband saw this chair ‘handed down’ by his parents, he had just one word to say about it. Actually, one word repeated 5 times: No, no, no, no, no. But Lisa, having vision and a great eye, was not deterred. She had the cushions
Almost Makes Perfect Can you believe this stunning DIY clock costs less than $10 to put together? A simple decor element that is both striking and functional and inspired by the David Weatherhead’s ‘Primary Clock’.
A Lemon Squeezy Home Dust off your sewing machines my friends, because there are lots of great new sewing tutorials floating around the web since the last time I posted a roundup on the topic. Here are five super easy, modern sewing projects you won’t want to miss.
This Vancouver residence takes advantage of its surroundings in a dramatic way. Called the ‘Ravine House’, the home consists of two structures connected by a steel and