You know those weekends where you just want to be at home and don’t really want to do anything, but also kind of want to keep yourself occupied? Those are the weekends for DIY projects like these!
There are a few ideas this week that you can take your time on and just kind of aimlessly work on while catching up on Netflix. And then there’s a couple that will take a bit more time (and brain power). So there’s something for everyone! Plus, I rounded up 5 inspiring podcast episodes to listen to while you’re working. Click through to see what I listened to this week and get all the links for this weekend’s DIYs. Read More →
Lighting trends are all the rage right now. And while they are some really amazing pendants, table lamps, etc out there, they’re not exactly all within reach of a tight budget. So, today I’m sharing some DIY ways you can recreate those lighting trends with your own two hands, on a serious budget.
Tomorrow is Valentine’s Day and if you’re a procrastinator at heart (like I often am), you’re going to want to check out today’s post for super last minute Valentine’s Day DIY ideas. You can grab a printable and call it a day, craft a DIY, or whip up a V-Day cocktail. Click through for all 29 Valentine’s Day DIY ideas.
In an effort to fill at least one of the blank walls of my house with something other than a painting or print, I came up with this easy DIY wood wall hanging. And wanted to share the tutorial today. It’s reversible!
My only requirements when starting this project were that I didn’t want it to require more than a few measurements (wasn’t feeling the math vibes that day), a few tools, or add up to more than $20. And if it could be reversible, that would be cool too. So, that’s what I did! Click through to see the other side of this reversible wall hanging and learn how to make your own.
No more are the days of generic stairs clad with waist-high knobby railings or, gasp, completely enclosed staircases. Chip and Joanna (yes, I watch Fixer Upper and am bummed that the show is no more, despite the fact that most of the designs aren’t my style) would be demoing those walls before you had time to say stairwell, I mean, farewell.
The once closed-off or bulky / traditional staircase is slowly being replaced by a sleeker, more sophisticated design. And honestly, I can’t say I hate it. In fact, I actually really love it. Particularly, the wooden stair screen. Sounds a bit chard to picture, but if you’re into open spaces, natural light, and millwork that won’t bore, you might want to consider adding this concept to your “Dream Home” pinboard ASAP.