This relatively plain bathroom got a major face lift with something that looks as good as wallpaper, but is actually impeccably painted, DIYed stencil handiwork. While that has a huge impact on the space, there are a few other east improvements that A Pumpkin and a Princess implemented that helped transform the room — can you spot them? More
As Ellen's first "grown up" furniture purchase, this coffee table had a soft spot in her heart, even though it wasn't working with her décor. After a not-so-successful staining attempt, check out how she refreshed this storied piece.
If you struggled with cord control during the January Cure, take a cue from Jenny. She and her boyfriend turned this old dresser into a chic cabinet that keeps the game systems, media equipment, and cords contained.
January Cure reader Laura gave this simple thrift shop nightstand a refresh with a few minimal upgrades. See how she spent under $10 (including the price of the original piece!) to get a chic final product:
If you live in an older home, you're familiar with Adrienne's struggle with storage — namely, that there isn't any! Her 1930's home is lacking in the closet department, so it was up to her to come up with some creative storage solutions for her four-year-old's room. More
This little corner of the kitchen was a busy place — it got used for breakfast, lunch, homework, kids' crafts… the nexus of a busy household with kids. One thing the little nook wasn't? Well, it wasn't very pretty. More
When "Mr. Lively" from Jess Lively spotted this marble-top coffee table at a local thrift store for $60, he knew it was a total steal. After a simple update, the table comes alive as a modern day stunner. More