Finding reliable and trustworthy pet sitters is a seriously intense job. While many pets do just fine at pet hotels and kennels, pets who experience severe anxiety when taken out of their environment (or those that just do better at home) require a little more work. Plus, finding someone you trust to enter your home while you're not there can be panic-inducing. Here are some resources that will keep everyone calm:
A parody on pop culture and bad grammar, Weird Al's video for "Word Crimes" has gone viral on social media. With the catchy tune fresh in our minds, here are our favorite grammatically inspired Etsy finds this week.
You know what goes perfectly with that furniture? A new pet. That's what IKEA is betting on in Tempe, Arizona. The store recently teamed up with the Arizona Humane Society to feature six life-sized cardboard cutouts of adoption-ready dogs and cats in their display rooms. And guess what? All six animals have since found homes.
So the new Transformers movie just came out, and while the film version isn't really my style, I do get excited about home objects that can be used multiple ways. Enter the GEMSTONE, a transforming clock.
Sometimes you don't want to make something new for your home; you want to make something you already have better. We've got a collection of DIY ideas that might improve something you've already got in your home, whether it be old, worn or just plain boring. Get creative and try out one of these ideas on something you've got in your home today!
I've lived in San Francisco for nearly a year and a half and just finally made it down to Haight and Ashbury, in search of inexpensive crystals for a project. I found my treasure trove in a little shop that also boasts a meditation room. Here are a few of the ways that I plan to put my finds to use.
Don't have a lot of time this weekend (especially if you're busy rocking Our Guide to the Perfect Summer) but you still want to stretch your crafty muscles? You might have fun with one of these six projects that will leave your home with a little design detail and you with plenty of time for other activities this weekend. These tiny but chic projects will take less than an hour to make (and bonus, they're pretty affordable, too!)
I just purchased a new rug for our hallway and am pleased as punch with it. It's a runner from Colonial Mills' Shear Natural collection. The entire collection is woven of undyed wool fibers, meaning that every colorway happens to be the colorway of a sheep! From creamy whites to warm brownish grays to black, there's beautiful variety in undyed wool.
We were on a walk the other day when my kids noticed something shiny spinning in a neighbor's garden. What are those? Pinwheels, in all of their magic and simplicity, never get old. Here are a few pinwheel-inspired decorating ideas to buy or DIY.
We're always on the hunt for those DIY projects with results that look so good they look like they could have been bought from a store (we actually brought you ten projects last weekend). Not only do you get to have fun making these seven projects, but you get to save money while still getting an expensive look.