I love simple DIYs that add something unusual and unique to your child's room. When I first saw this lamp, I figured it must be some high-priced number that was out of my reach. But then I realized it was made from newspaper, and I was sold.
Maybe it’s getting older and experiencing life's unexpected ebbs and flows, but I've really come to appreciate the niceties of home; a rich cup of coffee every morning, great music when I’m cooking, a soft pillow to rest my head. And it’s a crew of inexpensive tools and items, the little workhorses, that really make a world of difference.
Headboards often go nearly unnoticed - until you see a really great one. They can be the star of the room or add that extra level of detail to complement the room's decor. Here are fifteen in children's rooms from our archives that made me look twice.
Everyone recognizes the tell-tale signs of a hoarder's home when they see it, but it's not always as easy to spot the digital hoarder. Digital hoarding can be just as frustrating and organizationally challenging as traditional obsessive collecting (and probably more common), but it's also a lot easier to remedy...
What's better than a bunk bed in your room? A bunk bed with a pirate mast, of course! This clever DIY is simple to complete and turns your child's bunk bed into a pirate ship and fort, all rolled up into one.
Scandinavian magazine Allt I Hemmet recently featured this laundry room, submitted by one of their readers. Far from exciting, Anna-Lena's space was devoid of color and personality, not to mention cramped. With Allt I Hemmet's help, the laundry room got a good cleaning itself, and came out on the other side with a sparkling new personality.
Look at this! It's an idea so clever I'm sure you wish you had thought of it yourself. Area rugs, especially large ones, can get awfully pricey, but if you're looking to cozify a big swath of floor on the cheap, all you need to do is stitch together some cheap round rugs.