Kelly from The Lily Pad Cottage loves some pom poms. So when she saw the adorable Crinkle Puff Quilts at PB Teen, Kelly had to have one for her daughter’s room and knew she could easily fashion one herself. Kelly got to work making her own pom poms out of yarn and then attached them to […Read More]
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 […Read More]
When Ashley from Shanty 2 Chic sold her house, she sold her furniture right along with it. Ashley knew she’d want to build new pieces for the spaces and her first mission was getting everyone’s bed off the floor. For her oldest son, Ashley built a platform bed following plans from Ana White and added on locking casters for even more style. Want to build your own? Ashley says, “This bed is definitely a project for beginners. It’s SOOOOOO easy to build, and you can build and finish it in an afternoon!”
A few years ago, Maryann from Domestically Speaking took an inexpensive IKEA cabinet and turned it into a beautiful piece for her daughter’s room. I actually had the very same inexpensive IKEA cabinet she transformed and I am seriously blown away. Sadly, my cabinet did not survive four moves and is now long gone, but seeing Maryann’s awesome makeover makes me wish I could get it back!
With a new baby on the way, Camille from My Mommy Style has been busy planning her daughter’s big girl room. She was inspired to create her own colorful, beach house style wall art using retro wall paneling and paint. Thanks to the carefree style of the art and forgiving surface of the paneling, Camille was able to freehand the design for a pretty convincing knockoff.
Cupkateer Ananda knew as soon as she saw some felt pillows from PB Teen that she could replicate them for cheap. Pottery Barn charges a whopping $39 for one of their pretty pillows, but crafty ladies like Ananda know that felt’s hardly that expensive! The Cupkateer version? $5! Ananda even breaks it down for you step-by-step with patterns and all so you can make your own!
After a little room rearranging, Amy at Just Pleased as Punch and her daughter decided some decorative tweaking was in order. Out with the old (Bye bye, Hannah Montana!) and in with the new! The transformation included creating a new bulletin board to fill an empty spot above the desk. Amy dressed up a Goodwill […Read More]
Cheri from I am Momma Hear Me Roar guest posted at How Does She with this beautiful yellow felt flower pillow. The yellow is the perfect pop of color on her black and white bedding. Her original inspiration came from the Fun Felted Pillow Cover from Pottery Barn Teen which retails for $39. Check out […Read More]
Catherine from Cat on a Limb scored a broken capiz shell wind chime at a local décor shop. She knew she would be able to refashion it into a gorgeous chandelier. I adore the airy look of this piece. I saw a similar Capiz Chandelier in the Pottery Barn Teen magazine for $129. Check out […Read More]