Looking for a happy medium between attractive modern decor and something your child will actually WANT to play with this Christmas? Me too! (I've already purchased a few of the items on this list). This year, consider shopping small and patronizing handmade shops and small businesses. Not only will you discover more unique and appealing gifts but your purchases will have the secondary benefit of directly impacting shop-owners and artisans.
Whether you're renting and can't do a lot of permanent damage or even if you own a house but just don't have a budget to tear everything out and start from scratch, you can still make impactful changes and additions that will make your kitchen quite a bit nicer to look at (and nicer to use, too).
Just as, after wearing comfy maternity pants during two pregnancies, I now believe all pants would be better with elastic waistbands, after seeing this table in all its glory, I think all dining tables should have this wonderful feature...
Ever come home from the library and think, "If only we had a place to corral all this stuff?" Or wish upon a star for a magic helper to get the books down where little hands can reach them? Wish no longer! Here are five book bins that are low cost, and easy to DIY.
What do you do with a perfectly good, sturdy piece of furniture that has potential but is a bit heavy visually on the eyes? If you're Kim, you give it a fresh paint job and add some design details that make this piece one-of-a-kind!
Bored of the usual options for shelving in your home? Straight and level lines aren't your only choices when you need to store or display your favorite things at home. Find inspiration for shapely and unique shelves with these seven DIY projects you could try this weekend!
Picture ledges are inherently versatile because they allow you to quickly and easily swap art in and out on a whim. But they may be a whole lot more versatile than you realized as you'll see by these twenty alternative uses. Take a look and get inspired:
There are a lot of things you can do with the empty space above your bed, but perhaps one of the most versatile things you can do is install a shelf. Whether you have a headboard or not, a straight shelf of any width will create a look of sturdiness and interest.