I have a doctors appointment this morning (which I actually enjoy going to now that I’m getting closer and closer to my due date). But when I get home, I plan to tackle a huge pile of projects that are finished but not yet scheduled. Because with two months left before baby, I’m doing my best to work ahead on projects so that there’s always a steady flow of content when that time comes.
ANYWAY, speaking of projects, I have some really, really good ones to share this week for weekend DIYs to try. That rattan sunburst mirror is SO good I can hardly stand it. And I HAVE to make those footed succulent planters.
There aren’t a ton of perks to renting, but one in particular that I’ve noticed over the years is that it’s a lot easier to consolidate all the unnecessary stuff you accumulate when you don’t stay in one place for too long.
But even with fairly frequent moves over the years, I still have plenty of stuff. And it all needs a place to go. So, I’ve rounded up 9 clever ideas for organization and storage in small spaces. Because keeping your stuff organized and less cluttered often requires thinking outside of the box, especially when you’re short on square footage.
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.
Getting ready for the weekend with a handful of DIY ideas to keep you busy all weekend long. I desperately need to organize my closet, so those DIY plywood storage boxes (number one on the list) are definitely catching my eye. What are you up to this weekend?
For some reason, when it comes to jeans, jean jackets, etc I just can’t let them go no matter how long it’s been since I last wore them. Case and point…I currently have a pile of denim sitting in the bottom drawer of my dresser that I haven’t worn in years. YEARS.
So in an effort to revamp some of my worn wares into something new, I went searching for ways to upgrade the denim clothing I already have into something new and now I’m feeling pretty good about my hoarding ways. Haha. Upgrade those clothes that are sitting in the back of your closet with this list of 13 ways to spruce up the denim you already have.
This post is in partnership with Who Gives a Crap. Funny name, but seriously cool company that donates 50% of their profits to building toilets and improving sanitation in developing countries.
I just had family in town last week for a visit and more family will be coming into town this week. Which means, getting my guest bedroom and bathroom in order has been a top priority the last two weeks.
And since I’ve just about wrapped up the bathroom, I thought I’d share a little sneak peek, along with my top three essentials that every guest bathroom should have before your first guest arrives. Can you guess what they are? You’ll have to click through to find out!