Sometimes the simplest ideas end up being the best ones. And since so many of you mentioned on my recent Instagram poll that you prefer quick and easy projects over the big stuff, today I’m sharing a simple idea with loads of style. Full disclosure, this project isn’t exactly the world’s most innovative DIY, but it is a clever way to reuse something you (probably) already have in your home…
For me, a nightstand boils down to just a handful of items. You don’t want your nightstand to be so cluttered that it no longer functions. BUT you don’t want it to be so bare that it looks a little silly each time you pass it by on your way out of bed.
So, here are the key items that will help you style the perfect (minimal-ish) nightstand in about 5 minutes…
This weekend, I have home decor projects on the brain. Must be all the time I’ve been spending at home lately. So, I put together a handful of my favorite (home decor) DIYs to try this weekend to make your space feel like home sweet home. Click through for all 12 do-it-yourself ideas!
Before I get started I think you should know that I completed this project before Hayes was even born, and am just now getting around to sharing it. HE’S FIVE MONTHS OLD. Anyway, moving on from the fact that I’ve never felt so behind in my life…I’ve been experimenting with naturally dyeing inexpensive clothing to make them look 1) cuter 2) more expensive than they actually are.
And mission accomplished. So far, everything I’ve dyed using these natural dyeing techniques has turned out really well. So, I wanted to share a tutorial with you on a few different things you can use to dye clothing naturally in different colors. I used a couple of super affordable baby jumpers (I think each one was $8) to show some of the colors you can create, but obviously you can use anything you want. Adult clothes worth too!
If you have plans to visit Atlanta any time soon, or you live here and need some suggestions for really good coffee shops, I put together my favorites all over the city.
So if you’re looking for really good coffee and/or a really cool spot for a good Instagram photo of said coffee, click through for my running list of the best Atlanta coffee shops to visit.
Today, I’m hoping to tackle some much needed organization in my work room at home. If you follow along on stories you already know what I’m talking about. And I imagine that’s the only ‘DIY’ project I’m going to be making time for this weekend. BUT if you have an itch for some thing crafty or creative over the next couple of days, I have you covered!
Here are 6 DIY ideas I’m loving this weekend! Click through for the links.
I’ve recently become addicted to smoothie bowls because they’re so easy…and well….Instagram worthy. Haha. And this recipe is both of those things – literally the easiest breakfast idea (only two ingredients for the base) and so pretty!
I asked my friend Alejandra from Hell Yeah Gluten Free to share her smoothie bowl secrets with you. She makes the prettiest / most delicious smoothie bowls I’ve had. And today I’m sharing her recipe base, along with TONS of additional flavor combos.