These leather strap cabinet pulls are a gorgeous--not to mention highly clever--DIY alternative to run-of-the-mill, big box hardware. All you need are a few simple materials!
Classy, rustic, and modern (they're white!) all at once, these DIY branch wall hooks will have you dreaming of Scandinavian cabins in no time.
So, what do you do with a giant piece of leftover, rough cut fir timber? Turn it into a modern floating bathroom vanity, of course!
It's always nice to bring a little bit of nature indoors, don't you think? I'm definitely not talking bugs and critters, but I am talking textiles and textures. Like this rustic wooden clock.
...or whatever character your heart desires. Love the letter "C"? The number "5"? This easy DIY decor project is customizable, great looking, and practically free!
Oh my goodness. This is a makeover for the books, no doubt about it. Frankly, I'm finding it hard to believe the 'after' is even the same house!
So... let's say you just finished up an epic weekend of tree pruning and yard clearing, or just happen to have a pile of sticks and logs hanging around. If you're a resourceful Curblier, you know there's something to be done with all that yard waste besides tossing it or turning it into a giant bonfire. But what? We have the answer below!
Last week, we shared a budget-friendly wall art idea that used doilies and cupcake liners. This week, we're back in log land (What can we say? We love logs!) with this super simple, super affordable art project!
Oh snap! Looks like we've got stumps on the brain. Stump stools, stump tables, and now stump lights! If you're ready and willing to embrace the stump craze, we have not one but two DIY lighting projects for your consideration.
Whether you've got some branches left over from making a few tree limb coasters or you're just looking to add a few rustic embellishments to your abode, this whimsical pencil holder is just the DIY project you need!
Until my dream of living in a Scandinavian Modern cabin comes to fruition, I'll just be content with simple flourishes of inspired decor and accessories like this rustic modern coat stand. It's a gorgeous little piece that packs a big ol' Scandinavian punch - and its DIY rating is off the charts.
One huge trend as of late has been nature-inspired furniture and decor, especially log stools and side tables: they're Scandinavian, rustic, and modern all at once, which may explain some of the allure. I've seen them all over the Internet and from just about every online retailer. The problem is, most of these bad boys cost a ridiculously pretty penny and I'm willing to bet you could DIY them for a whole lot less.
It's true, you can get three years of a weathered wood look in 24-36 hours. There's a secret method for turning fresh, new wood into gray-ish, weathered looking planks, and it's "green" to boot. I learned about it 10 minutes ago and am flabbergasted!
You're down to the last dollar in your guest bathroom remodel and you don't have any towel bars, what do you do? Run into the woods, collect a couple of good, straight sticks and give them a good cleaning. Now find some twine and hooks and you're set. Thrifty, chic, minimal, and......did I say, THRIFTY?
Brent Comber, artist and ‘fourth generation Vancouverite’ creates ‘art that blend[s] the natural shapes and materials of the Pacific Northwest with a modern urban aesthetic.’ Those materials--recycled and reclaimed cedar, Douglas fir and maple--are generally not associated with modern interiors; however, Brent’s use of them confirms the glorious versatility of wood–even the rustic variety.