Lisa of Concord Cottage was looking to make a change to the old light fixtures that were in her kitchen. Her original intent was to replace them but then she became inspired by a mason jar chandelier she saw online to revamp her existing fixtures. All she had to do was repaint the fixtures and [...Read More]
Like Shannon from AKA Design + Life, you may remember the popularity of faux brass dome clocks or have even owned one yourself. Shannon was inspired to turn a thrifted clock into a beautiful cloche by removing the clock parts, painting the base, and filling it with rolled sheet music. If you’d like to make [...Read More]
A few years ago, Angie from Knick of Time brought home a broken antique rocking horse from an auction that no one else had bid on. She thought she might try to fix it, but it was never the most pressing project on her to-do list. So there it sat in her workshop, forgotten, until [...Read More]
Tamara from Provident Home Design had been crushing on a blue and white striped lamp from Wisteria for quite some time. She knew the $219 bold and beautiful lamp would look gorgeous on her newly DIYed console table – just not at that price. Tamara was still able to bring the look to her console [...Read More]
I featured this DIY beachcomber basket last fall and just had to give it another moment in the spotlight now that summer is upon us! Lisa from Celebrate Creativity shares how she updated an inexpensive craft store bin with rope and hot glue to create her own versatile and beautiful “woven” basket. She says, “…the easy [...Read More]
Lauren from Bless’er House has a wealth of tips and tricks for creating wall art on the cheap. These came in handy when Lauren needed wall décor for her entryway. Combine thrift store frames, a can of spray paint, burlap, and calendar pictures, and you’ve got some frugal artwork that looks high end! And Lauren says the burlap mats are so easy to make they don’t even need a tutorial (but she’s kind enough to share one anyway)!
Everyone loves a “first,” and this project just so happens to be Teryn from Verified Mom’s first Restoration Hardware knock off ever. It all began when Teryn set eyes on RH’s stunning crystal orb chandelier and knew there had to be a simple way to recreate it. Teryn says, “I’ve seen other complex tutorials, but [...Read More]