I previously shared the simple side table that Jamison from Rogue Engineer built to accompany his baby daughter’s glider. Well that cute little table was moved to his son’s room as a bedside table, and Jamison and his wife again found themselves needing a table for the nursery. Jamison’s wife set her heart on a […Read More]
Earlier this week, I shared the simple and versatile changing table that Katie of Sew Woodsy built for her son’s nursery. That was not the only piece Katie saved her hard-earned cash on through DIY. Katie and her husband Jon also teamed up with Ana White to build an extra wide matching dresser with plenty […Read More]
If you’ve got a little one on the way (or know someone who does!), then check out this tutorial for building your own Pottery Barn Kids inspired changing table like Katie from Sew Woodsy did. Katie enlisted the help of Ana White to draw up the plans for this piece that feature plenty of open […Read More]
I am just loving this paper mache unicorn head that Ashley from Lil Blue Boo created for her little one’s playroom. It is unique and fun and really makes a statement! Ashley walks you through the entire process, showing you how she formed the head from newspaper, paper towels, and book pages. I love the look of the black and white text with the hot pink plaque. Didn’t Ashley do an amazing job?!?
Charlotte from Ciburbanity recently participated in a contest where she was challenged to create a sewing project using fabric from Waverly. Since she doesn’t consider herself a skilled seamstress, Charlotte knew a copycat project was the way to go and found an adorable numeric pouf for inspiration. She combined her lovely blue floral fabric with canvas drop cloth to put a fun twist on Land of Nod’s comfy math cushion.
One of Lauren’s favorite elements from her baby boy’s nautical theme nursery is a rope chandelier she created from a thrift store find. Lauren shares at From Our Hiding Place how she transformed the $10 chandy into an eye-catching piece with just a roll of twine and a hot glue gun. While time-consuming, Lauren says it was the “easiest DIY project ever.”
With a baby on the way, the last thing Kenz from Interiors By Kenz wants to do is frivolously spend money. That’s why she found a way around spending a fortune on the wingback rocking chair she wanted for the nursery by instead looking for the perfect chair to convert. The answer came in the IKEA Strandmon wingback chair which Kenz combined with some unfinished runners she found online to create the ultimate rocking experience!