Welcome to our very first Apartment Therapy Weekend Project. This weekend, the project is to fill a blank wall in your home with something you've been meaning to hang. Read on and join other Apartment Therapy readers as we all work on this simple assignment that's sure to create a big style boost in just a little bit of time...
Meet Winifred! Reader Mera recently adopted her and, to celebrate Winnie's official "adopted" status, decided that she needed a soft spot to call her own. The leather pouf she was using as a dog bed was nice and all, but maybe a little small? Yes, just maybe.
Gigi's South London home is filled with repurposed secondhand and vintage pieces that are inspirational for others that also like to "make it work." If you love her modern take on pastels, here's some help in getting a similar look for your own place.
Sure, there are chalkboards, corkboards, whiteboards, and any assortment of other pre-made options for wall-mounted organization. But why go for the generic choices when you could jazz up your walls with these fun, functional, and handmade items?
Jenny describes the "before" of her compact kitchen best: it was safe. White walls, white cabinets. Not a lot of color, accessories, style or windows. It gave off about as much charm as a doctor's office. So she decided to add color — but in a practical way. She'd keep the black floor tiles that hide dirt, but add a cheery pop of color in an unexpected place, and throw in some efficient storage ideas for good measure.
Has your bedroom been feeling flat and lifeless? Uninteresting? Too...boring? It might need an infusion of texture — a basic design element every room needs to make it feel rich and like a place worth spending time in. We've got nine different and easy ways you can add the feeling of texture to your bedroom.
What do you do when a wood sideboard — covered in deep scratches and other marks — needs a makeover but you're not looking to brighten it with a coat of white? You could go with a color, or you could skip straight to something dramatic and do what Suzanne did.