Years from now, we will remember the mid-2010s as the era of the pool float. These things are all over the blogosphere, and even Taylor Swift has gotten in on the trend. If you wish to re-live your childhood on a giant inflatable of your own, look no further than this roundup of 12 of the best pool floats out there.
This bright, organic and industrial dining room certainly has a lot of great elements to envy, but which one is homemade? We'll even tell you where to find the instructions to DIY this one yourself! Can you guess?
Think you're ready to say goodbye to your used furniture? Not so fast! Don't resort to Craigslist or the curb before you give these ideas a go. A few simple tweaks could change your entire outlook and help you stay happily in love with your old piece.
Doesn't this party on Chris and Amber's patio look absolutely dreamy? I'm going to live vicariously through them whilst shopping for outdoor lights and trying to figure out how I can trade all our mosquitoes in for a pool...
Now that sunshine and warmth have arrived, it's time to start hosting BBQs, parties, and outdoor hangouts. If you're looking for some activities to jumpstart your gatherings, here are ten DIY ideas that will liven up any lawn.
There are a lot of reasons why you might want to make the furniture you have better. Perhaps you’re not super excited about it anymore but you don't have the means to replace it. (Or you don't want to replace it because it has special meaning.) Maybe you want to unify an eclectic mix of pieces you've collected throughout the years. Before you toss out a furniture piece you have, walk it through this checklist to see if there's something that can be done to make it fit into your home a bit better.
Here's a useful list for your summer outdoor parties. With LED bulb, battery-operated and solar-powered lights becoming more accessible and online retailers like Amazon and Lamps Plus stocking huge inventories, there are actually a ton of good options out there that you can order today and have this week. Enjoy.
In terms of basic overhead lighting, Alison's fixtures were unoffensive and unobtrusive. But that didn't mean she didn't want more style from them. Inspired by a $750 fixture, she used some spray paint and skewers to create a flush focal point: