If you’ve been around for a while, you know that room makeovers are probably my favorite thing to share around here. I mean, I did do a whole year of room makeovers last year for 12 rooms in 12 months, so it makes sense, right? And for the last couple weeks, I’ve been working on another one…only this reveal wasn’t at my house. It’s at the Invitation Homes Make It Home Show House.
Today I’m sharing all the before and after photos, along with my renter-friendly DIY ideas for decorating a space to make it feel like yours, even when you don’t own the home you’re in. Click through for the dual-purpose room I designed: a relaxing guest room meets fully functional home office – all in one space.
Using a simple basket (nearly any basket will work), you can create a super cute summer bag that is totally on trend.
Inspired by these bags from Clare V that I literally have been seeing everywhere lately, I wanted to create a bag that wouldn’t break the bank, but would mimic this look. After a little trial and error, I came up with this quick and easy tutorial. And you’ll only need a few supplies to make your own!
I have to admit, when it comes to the house, I am one of those people that craves change. I am constantly arranging and rearranging furniture – I mean, I swap out artwork like it’s my job…and it kind of is. Hehe. BUT while I love the feeling of a freshly decorated space, I don’t (always) love running out and buying brand new stuff every five seconds…pretty sure my bank account doesn’t love that either. So, I started brainstorming budget-friendly furniture hacks that would upcycle furniture for free or very little money. And am sharing all the ideas I came up with today.
There’s really so much you can do with what you already have, to give your furniture (and in turn an entire room) a little facelift. Here are 8 ways to upcycle your furniture on a super tight budget.
Flowers are one of those gifts that I will always, ALWAYS happily except. Which isn’t exactly unique to me…I don’t know anyone who would turn down a bouquet.
With Mother’s Day right around the corner, I added my own little twist to the typical card and flowers gift for Mom, with custom painted vases that will be a forever keepsake long after the flowers have wilted. I partnered with Martha Stewart and Plaid Crafts to bring it all to life and am showing you exactly how to make your own after the jump. Click through for the tutorial and more DIY Mother’s Day gift ideas.
I’m headed to the beach at the end of the week and could not be more excited for a tropical vacation. It’s our first real vacation since Hayes was born and I fully plan to live it up. But before ?I get ahead of myself own vacation plans, I need a swimsuit…or two!
I did a little window shopping…and rounded up 47 of my favorite swimsuits for the beach (or the pool). One pieces, bikinis, solid colors, patterns – the works!
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If you’ve been around here for a hot minute or more, you know that I really, really love DIYs. But did you also know that I’m obsessed with discovering new craft tools that I haven’t used before? I’m like a kid in a candy store, who has to try the newest flavor. And today’s flavor is really tasty!
After making DIY ornaments last year with my Cricut Maker, I was curious to see what else I could do. Hint: SO many things. So, I tried out the Cricut EasyPress 2, alongside my Cricut Maker, and ooooohhhh…I am hooked. When I say I literally cannot stop using this thing, I mean it! I did some iron-on designs for purses, wallets, keychains, and more. Everything you see in that photo above!
And since my very first Mother’s Day is creeping up quick AND these iron-on ideas happen to make perfect gifts, I wanted to share the results to inspire you to make your own gifts for mom. Or yourself! Click through to see everything I made, download the (free) design files to make your own, AND enter to win a Cricut Maker for you and one for your mom!
Taking it back to my art school days with today’s DIY! When I was in college, I was obsessed with the work of abstract expressionists, which eventually led me to color field painting (where I got my love for color palettes). And one of the artists that inspired me most in school (as cliche as it may have been), Mark Rothko, is who today’s Easter egg DIY is inspired by.
These Rothko Easter eggs involve layers of color (similar to color field paintings that often have many many layers), but are still very easy to make. Click through to see how they’re done. Surprise… there’s no paint involved, whatsoever!