Life is all about the details, but sometimes, those details aren't pleasant. If your toilet is running, you're potentially wasting gallons of water a day. But don't despair! Most often, it's just a simple fix, no tools — or plumber — required.
I love Liberty of London! At nearly 140 years old, this amazing company is as relevant and respected as any point in its history. There's a wide array of pre-made housewares, clothing, and accessories available in stunning Liberty prints and, with more than three hundred fabric designs, it's fun to choose your favorites for a simple DIY!
I'm an accessory junkie, it's true. I like to make, buy and hunt for new accessories and it's very hard for me to part with old ones. This simple DIY project is a great way to organize some of your trinkets, and also a great use for all those old doilies floating around in the universe. Whether they're from your local thrift shop or passed down from your family, this project is a great way to give doilies a new fresh life.
I'm a bit preoccupied with black and white. While always a classic pairing, inspirational black and white images have been popping up everywhere recently — like this recent roundup of entryways. Lucky for me, my 1910 apartment has a fantastic vintage black and white bathroom. It also has a bit of an odd 18" angled wall that was screaming for a DIY solution!
For me and my valentine, Valentine's Day is all about the puns. We're both plant nerds, and one of us is a teacher, so I chose the ultimate cheesy tree pun to put on none other than the classic pop-up card.
Nicole kitchen's was recently renovated, with one project still on the to-do list: her backsplash was still exposed plaster and sheet rock. She'll get to tiling it eventually but, until then, she found something to temporarily and beautifully cover the unfinished surface.