Jessica from House Homemade scored a killer deal on a stool at an estate sale. She had no clue what she was going to do with it but couldn’t pass up a bargain! Inspiration struck when Jessica saw a picture of European bistro stools from Serena & Lily on Instagram. Her secondhand stool was exactly […Read More]
If you’ve got kids, you know that toy storage is a must. And, if you’re like me, you know it’s nice if that toy storage is cute to boot! Meaghan from 2sisters2cities gave an unfinished craft store crate a designer look with some stain, casters, and a stencil. Using a unfinished wood crate is a […Read More]
I have said time and time again what a fan I am of HIDDEN storage, and that is especially true of toy storage. So it’s no wonder these wooden under-bed storage bins by Jenna of SAS Interiors caught my eye. I mean your kids are already stuffing their toys under the bed, right? Why not […Read More]
Sarah from Sarah M. Dorsey Designs shares how you can create a custom 3D mirror from scratch for only $15-$20. Wanna know Sarah’s secret to making a high end mirror on a low cost budget? Mat board! Sarah’s handy hubs David calculated all the angles, and then they got to work cutting, gluing, sanding, and […Read More]
Kristin of The Simple Things tends to have high end tastes, so it was no surprise that the only bedding she loved for her baby girl on-the-way was crazy expensive. “So, what does any good DIY-lovin’ gal do?” Kristin asks. Why, gather up her fabric and make one herself of course! Kristin honestly makes it look as easy as pie… all the way from the pretty pink trim to the “peek-a-book” grey that I adore!
Amy from Amy’s Casablanca created this gorgeous upholstered headboard with nailhead trim for her guest bedroom in just an hours time and for under $100. While I love the neutral fabric Amy chose, you could really make a statement in a room with a colored fabric and that eye-catching Greek-key nailhead pattern.
The is no question that paint can work a miracle when it comes to updating a wall or piece of furniture, but what about upholstery? Roeshel from The DIY Showoff shows it can be done! She toned down a pair of brightly-colored arm chairs from the thrift store with some watered- down latex paint. Roeshel finished off the amazing transformation with a brown stripe to add some interest.
Thrifty Décor Chick Sarah shows a fabulous way to upcycle a vintage crate into rolling storage for your home. A little cleaning, a quick coat of poly, some inexpensive casters, and you’ve got stylin’ storage that’s full of character. You can likely find your own crate at flea markets, antique stores, and the like, so […Read More]