I've played it. You've played it. Everyone we know has played it. Tetris: it's the greatest video game of all time...a game which has inspired numerous home and decorative goods that can fit into any home decor.
Skateboards and skateboard art have made a big comeback in recent years. A trademark of relaxed southern California style, these skateboard decks will give spaces the look of easy cool. Ranging from benches, shelves and wall decor to even clocks and iPhone speakers, the products featured here are only a few examples of skateboard products handmade by artisans.
As we all know, simple and inexpensive ideas are often the best, especially when they come back around in a brand new way. These stacked crates are easy to pull off and add tons of space to display accessories and keep books. Perhaps best of all, they are also easily customizable for your own home; you can use new or repurposed crates and configure the shape to fit the space it's meant to occupy.
We've got plenty of these little LEGO minifigures sitting around, and currently they are lined precariously on my son's dresser, falling over every time we get out a new pair of shorts. I love this DIY shelf that can house the little buggers while still allowing kids access to them for play.
These Ikea hacks run the gamut from simple upgrades to complete rehauls, but they're all inventive, with amazing results. If you're looking for a new project and are ready to move on from the allen wrench, check these out.
As recycling becomes more of a norm versus flash-in-the-pan novelty, new DIY ideas are increasingly common. Which is great for those of us constantly on the search for projects around the house. Here are ten great ideas for repurposing leather belts you no longer wear.
I could grow up here. It's low key and comfortable, without a lot of pomp and circumstance. The color palette is cool and collected, with enough texture to keep it interesting. The design above costs just over $2000.