Lidy of Hello Lidy says she continually found herself drawn to the faceted terrariums while shopping at Urban Outfitters. So, of course, when it came time to repurpose an old 90’s brass light fixture, Lidy saw the potential to turn it into a DIY terrarium. All Lidy had to do was remove all the hardware […Read More]
If you are a macrame-lover, check out this amazing hanging chair created by Savannah of Classy Clutter. Savannah put on her DIY thinking cap and went through some trial-and-error to figure out a way to recreate a hand-woven swing chair from Urban Outfitters. But figure it out she did! While Savannah admits that this chair […Read More]
After months of searching for a new headboard (or at least inspiration for one!), Reeves of The Weathered Door stumbled upon an eye-catching geometric headboard. Reeves became determined to replicate it for a fraction of the cost and did an UH-mazing job! She says, “Calculating measurements and taping out the design definitely took up the […Read More]
Amy from Delineate Your Dwelling was able to recreate Himmeli sculptures from Urban Outfitters using the simplest of materials for only $4! Paper straws are the secret ingredient that made this project both simple and cheap. Amy shares exactly how she cut and strung the straws onto twine to create her geometric shapes. There are […Read More]
Corinna of For My Love Of shares at Tatertots & Jello how she created a himmeli-inspired pendant for her home office. If you love this look and want to make your own, Corinna has a video that shows exactly how to cut and string the brass tubing onto wire to create the geometric design. Here’s what Corinna says about her DIY light fixture: “…the finished project embodies how I want the entire space to come together. DIY, glamorous, feminine with an edge.”
When it comes to finding just the right curtains, there are so many things to consider – sheer, semi-sheer, lined, unlined, 84”, 96”, 108”, patterned, solid, grommet, pole pocket… And sometimes finding just what you want can seem downright impossible! That’s when the possibility sewing your own custom curtains starts looking pretty good, and Carissa of Carissa Miss shows that it doesn’t have to break the bank! Carissa found curtains that she loved for her daughter’s nursery, but they fell short in many ways. By sewing her own curtains, Carissa was able to add the grommets and lining she wanted and get the perfect width and length for her space!
Rachael of Lovely Crafty Home was in the market for a new duvet cover and decided to test her newly improved sewing skills and make her own. Like Rachael says, “A duvet cover is just a giant pillow, right?” She combined together a drop cloth, a cheapo sheet, and fabric from Wal-mart to make her lovely ruffled duvet cover. While this was hardly a simple project, Rachael says, “All the hard work and getting stabbed by pins totally paid off.”
Mandy of This Girl’s Life had been drooling over a piece of nature wall art from Urban Outfitters, but, alas, it was no longer available. Mandy didn’t shed a tear over the unattainable artwork since she knew she could make her own using a freebie canvas and nature photos. Mandy says, “It turned out exactly how I had imagined and is the perfect art piece for our entryway… And I love that I spent about $5 total for supplies.”