Angie from Inspiring Hearts and Home shares how she added storage to her kiddos’ bathroom with a nautical swing shelf. I love the beachy look of the rope and weathered wood, and the fact that it cost less than $10 makes me love it all the more. This shelf is perfect for any space where [...Read More]
Terra from Mama Says Sew always delivers the cutest Anthropologie inspired sewing projects. She is an ace at recreating that feminine, urban chic style that defines their products. Just check out this gorgeous shower curtain that she embellished with a band of fabric flowers. They look so lush and romantic! Terra’s tutorial would also make the most gorgeous window panels!
To some a towel is simply a thing of function, but it can definitely add to the design of your bathroom. Just check out these pretty ruffled towels from Jaime at That’s My Letter! Jaime transformed a plain Jane towel with bias tape ruffles and an easy appliqued personalization. I always love Jaime’s easy-to-follow techniques that empower everyone to DIY, and this tutorial is no exception!
On one of her many thrift outings, Kimberly from A Night Owl came across a lovely little antique oval mirror tray from Goodwill for just $1.99. It initially sat unused for a couple of months until Kimberly came across Urban Outfitters’ Cut Lace Vanity Tray. She knew just what she needed to do to incorporate the tray into everyday use and grabbed a can of spray paint!
Karen from The Quaint Cottage hand built a vanity for her bathroom. I am always impressed by people who can build their own furniture since it is something I am continuing to try and get better at. With all the little accessories she added to make the bathroom cozy it sure does look like it [...Read More]
Ruffles are everywhere, and I love them! I don’t think there’s a room in the house that couldn’t benefit from a little ruffly goodness. Michelle from Prudently Painted Vintage dolled up her guest bathroom with a ruffled shower curtain she made from an old shower curtain and full sheet. Michelle doesn’t lie about the amount [...Read More]
Kate from Change of Scenery wanted to give her less-than-ideal rental bathroom a little more visual appeal. Some enclosed shelving was Kate’s first step, so she picked up a wine crate for the job. After giving the crate some coats of stain and poly, up on the wall it went. I love the idea of [...Read More]
After a quick trip to Joann’s for a yard of linen, Debbie from Confessions of a Plate Addict set out to create her own linen hand towels. She simply cut two square pieces from the linen, hemmed three of the sides, and then edged the fourth side with a gathered length of remnant linen. I [...Read More]