Trying to create a beautiful outdoor seating area without breaking the bank? Shelly from ModHomeEc turned inexpensive beach chairs that she picked up for just $20 a piece into bright bombshells by trading out the plain nylon sling for fun, colorful printed fabric. With these chairs, you’ll feel like you’re vacationing at a 5-star beach resort […Read More]
Poufs offer a great option for extra seating. Not only are they soft and comfy on the tush, but they can easily be set aside when not needed. Always in need of extra chairs for get-togethers, Erika from Retropolitan set out to create her own poufs. When her fabric search came up dry, Erika came […Read More]
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.
While making over her daughter’s bedroom, Gina from The Shabby Creek Cottage got a request for a big floor pouf. Although she was a little hesitant to tackle the seemingly complicated project, Gina knew she wasn’t spending over $200 on the one her daughter had been eyeing. In the end, Gina actually ended up spending only an hour on the task and saved money by stuffing the pouf with blankets and other soft items from around the house.
While making over her daughter’s bedroom, Gina from The Shabby Creek Cottage got a request for a big floor pouf. Although she was a little hesitant to tackle the seemingly complicated project, Gina knew she wasn’t spending over $200 on the one her daughter had been eyeing. In the end, Gina actually ended up spending […Read More]
There’s a first time for everything, and this project is the first official “knock-off” of Holly from My Sister’s Suitcase. After laying eyes on a gorgeous custom design bench, Holly decided to make one for her master bedroom by creating a slipcover for a TJ Maxx bench. I love the casual elegance of this bench […Read More]
Like everyone else, Angela from Decorating the Dorchester Way is in love with the pouf. Angela says, “I received a sewing machine for Christmas and I can sew a pillow, so I figured I could make a pouf! It was really rather simple and worth the savings of $219!” Angela did an amazing job and […Read More]
Kelli from Lolly Jane Boutique really wanted a bench for her dining room table so her family of six could finally sit together for meals. When hubs was home for Thanksgiving break, Kelli begged him to build the bench. He sweetly complied, following Ana White’s plans for a large rustic bench. Kelli finished it with […Read More]