Do you have an outdated or rather unexciting TV tray collecting dust in a closet? Kristi shares at Brit+Co how to give it a glamorous makeover and turn it into a piece of furniture you will actually want to keep out! This is a very simple project that requires a little spray painting and drilling. […Read More]
Have I mentioned before that I love painting on fabric? Oh wait, only like a million times! Katie from Upcycled Treasures made this gorgeous kilim pillow using a $2.50 pillow cover from Hobby Lobby and, you guessed it, PAINT! All in all, the project cost Katie about $5 and adds a nice graphic punch to […Read More]
Amy from Delineate Your Dwelling professes that she has quite the love for plants, especially cacti and succulents. She was inspired to take materials she already had at home and make wall art in the form of a cactus. Even if you had to purchase the wood skewers, pipe cleaners, and spray paint for this […Read More]
When you think of tie dye, no doubt a brightly-colored 70’s t-shirt comes to mind – not stylish home décor. However, Lindsay of The White Buffalo Styling Co. shows that tie dye does have a place in décor! Lindsay was inspired to create her own tie dye curtains and has perfected the fold and clamp […Read More]
While planning her son’s menswear-inspired bedroom, Angela from Blue i Style came across leather belt shelves from CB2. She loved the idea of them, but they were too long for the space, and at $100 each, not in the budget. To tie in with the other menswear elements of the room, Angela wanted to recreate […Read More]
When faced with a “Look for Less” design challenge, Andrea from Life.Love.Larson knew she wanted something fun and modern that she could enjoy in her home. Enter CB 2’s ginormous Inner Peace Wreath. Andrea made her own for only $13 using a grapevine wreath, twigs, and a strand of Christmas lights. At 3-feet in diameter, this is a wreath that makes a statement!
Jamie from C.R.A.F.T. decided to go BIG with her wreath this holiday season. She started out with an outdated grapevine wreath from the thrift store that was covered with silk flowers. After removing all the flowers, Jamie used sticks from her backyard to create a peace sign with the wreath form. I always love a non-traditional wreath, and you can’t deny that this three-foot one makes quite the statement above Jamie’s mantel!