Is this not the best set of knives you've ever seen? So visually appealing with those punches of bright color.
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.
I love a good industrial kitchen and have always dreamed of stainless steel or concrete countertops. It's almost ironic that these sorts of looks can get really expensive really fast. So when I came across this do-it-yourself project for concrete counters I couldn't help but feel a little giddy inside.
Unattractive neighborhood wall you want to de-ugly or a wall on your home you want to add a pop to for a special occasion? Then look no further, this DIY project is for you!
Every time I see someone wearing an apron I always stop and think how skilled they look. Like wearing one automatically makes you that much better of a chef or baker. You know what they say, fake it 'til you make it.
Who doesn't love a good party? (You in the back, put your hand down and listen up.) This DIY bunting tablecloth brings the party. Birthdays, back to school, promotions – it's a celebration the second you put in on the table.
I remember the first time I saw John Derian's gorgeous decoupage work. I also remember the sticker shock a look at the price caused. Yikes! Lucky for me, it's not all that difficult to create your own glasswork with that Derian-inspired look.
A worn oversized mirror is something I've been on the market for since I bought my house. They're ridiculously expensive and completely out of my price range. Since it's been three years and one hasn't magically been bestowed upon me for a reasonably price, this is the route I plan on taking.
I don't know about you, but when it comes to certain pieces of furniture I can be extremely fickle. For instance, my bed. I see a new headboard I want at least every other day. Could this be the answer to my indecisiveness?
Organization plays a big role in a house, but nowhere is it quite as important as in the kitchen. There's just so much stuff in such a small space that it's easy to become overwhelmed. Here are a bevy of project ideas to get your wheels turning and the elbow grease churning! Oh, and to get things in order, too.
First and foremost, what do you spend most of your time in the kitchen doing?