You know how we're always saying that entryways are a perfect spot for walls that wow? This before and after certainly highlights what a difference design in one's entryway can make! It was a lot of work (and a lot of math) but you might find inspiration for your own entryway with this neat 3D wall pattern idea.
This teeny little wood and upholstered vanity chair on casters was in a sorry state when Kathy found it on a neighbor's curb on garbage day: the wooden back was broken off completely (the hand is holding it up in the photo above!), the springs damaged and the upholstery tired and dated. It would be a big job, but Kathy knew she could count on the help of her talented family. The result is a darling and spring-like update!
Lifestyle blogger Megan of StyleGirlfriend was in desperate need of a functional workspace (and ahem...more back support) in her small Brooklyn apartment, so she teamed up with the designers at HomePolish who used some clever tricks to give her a stylish, multi-purpose space.
Nate and Michelle’s Greenpoint roof deck had a gorgeous view — but not much else going for it. They wanted to turn this bleak space into an outdoor room, one that would feel like an extension of the rest of their home.
We've certainly seen our share of entertainment centers turned into play kitchens. But what if your child doesn't want to play domestic goddess? What if she just wants to be a goddess? Then you might want to follow Mandi's lead and turn an old entertainment center into a dress up station.
Maybe it's her name, but April certainly seems to love springtime. She tells us that she recently expanded her porch so she could spend more time outdoors, but needed to furnish it on the cheap. Luckily, a friend found this free glider which just needed a little spruce up in order to become official new porch furniture.
Beth tells us that, before she got her hands on this piece, it had been used as an ironing board. That's not good wood care! Luckily, Beth also says, "I love me a good challenge when it comes to wood refinishing." She sure got one.
IKEA's Ektorp sofa is a safe choice, and about as basic as you can get in the living room. Aga of Patchwork and Co. decided to kick it up a notch and deal with her bland, beige cover. Want to see what she did?
These simple and sweet Easter baskets, made from sugar and string, are a great DIY project for the upcoming holiday. Reader Krys shows you how her grandmother used to make them when she was growing up. Read on to learn to make them yourself: